For us, making films that look great is important, to put strong images together with a strong message to help people who aren’t having a great day. We use a few production techniques to get the most out of what we film. Some of which are free to use, which is amazing .
One of our favourites is Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve
Loads to learn, easy to use and there is a free version. Giving everyone the chance to make good video look great. Editing, graphics and colour correction all in one.
We had an amazing day filming the hugely talented Jamie Cullum for our dear friends at Banquet Records, The show was to celebrate the release of His new album ‘The Pianoman At Christmas’ Jamie returned to Kingston for a couple of social distanced shows at The Rose Theatre. Pick up the album from Banquet Records here
For this years world mental health day, we decided to give away a self care first aid kit. Full of goodies to encourage self care. To enter have a look at our socials @create4mh
We must thank everyone who helped us out with this, Clarins, Superdrug and of course Banquet Records, who have been supporting us since we started. Turn your phone off, make yourself a herbal tea and press play on your favourite album. If you have any tips for self care please let us lmow, we would love to feature some of them on our stories page
We made a short 40 second film, in the time it takes to watch it, someone, somewhere will have taken their own life
Around 800,000 people each year take their own life, that’s one person every 40 seconds, or the length of this short film, If you are struggling or know someone who is please reach out. There are many organisations that can help. Get in touch and let’s support each other.
We are currently putting the final touches to a short film for suicide prevention day. Someone, somewhere will take their own life every 40 seconds. Thats the same time as it takes too boil a kettle. If you know someone who is struggling, please reach out.