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  • The Facilities 50
    Jon Creamer launches Televisual's 31st exclusive annual Facilities 50 survey featuring the top post production houses in the UK and 48 pages of analysis of the sector
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    Jon Creamer introduces Televisual’s exclusive Commercial 30 survey, reporting on a year of highs and lows for commercials producers.
  • The Drama Genre Report
    With competition from streamers intensifying, UK broadcasters are exploring new drama strategies. Tim Dams reports
  • Primary Colours
    Five leading movie colourists tell Michael Burns the secrets of their craft, and explain the techniques they use to grade movies like The Danish Girl, Peterloo and Baby Driver
  • Up, up and away!
    Thanks to advances in camera technology, the possibilities of aerial filming are greater than ever before. Pippa Considine reports on some of the year’s standout aerial projects
  • OB: Which Way Now
    The OB industry is embracing major change as it adapts to the worlds of UHD, HDR and IP. Michael Burns reports
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Corporate 50 2014 Back to Reports & survey Listing

The corporate production companies most admired by their rivals

01 The Edge
The Edge retains its place at the top of the Corporate 50 Peer Poll for yet another year. The company is admired for “creating high end films at low cost,” for being “great people and the work is good” and also for being “still at the front” and for its “volume of work and size and client list” as well as its “government connections and contracts.”

02  Casual Films
Casual Films takes a major leap up the Peer Poll this year going from eighth to second spot due to its  “focus on high-end cinematography which is lacking from many companies’ output” as well as “delivering low cost solutions” and for its “consistent growth and excellent films.”

03 Lonely Leap
Lonely Leap pick up votes for being “great documentary makers” and “good storytellers” who are “strong visually.” While others cite its  “high production values and thought provoking filmmaking.”

04 Jack Morton
Jack Morton is admired for its “global scale and footprint” as well as its “creativity, size and reach,” its “consistently high standard of work” and simply because “they are what we want to be.”

05 Pretzel Films
Pretzel Films takes fifth position in the peer poll with respondents picking it out due to it “constantly achieving great work from a variety of clients,” its “high quality” and also for its policy of hiring “new directors” as well as its “nice range of work and speedy growth.”

06 New Moon
New Moon’s “very strong and established production model” is cited by one voter. Other respondents pick out its “differentiated proposition” while another says “love their launch into features.”

07= Imagination
Imagination’s “sustainability” wins plaudits from its peers as does its “great pedigree, heritage and consistency” and also its “strategy to convince clients to spend big.”

07= Pukka Films
Pukka is picked out for producing “creative award winning stuff” and for its “CEOP films and ambition with its own feature project.”

07= Wilder
Wilder picks up plaudits for its “quality of work” as well as for simply being “just great.”

10= Buddy, Cheerful Scout, DRP Group, Omni

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