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November 2018
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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
  • The Commercials 30
    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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Aeorema ltd
cheerfulscout.com
twentyfirst.com
Md Gary Fitzpatrick
Credits
Let’s Go Beyond for Microsoft; Fast Forward for EY; Game Changer for ACI International
Aeorema (the group made up of Cheerful Scout and Twentyfirst) points to a “significant jump in turnover and profitability” for the group this past year and that “undoubtedly there have been more opportunities than in the previous year.”


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WILDER
wilderfilms.co.uk
Md Richard Batty
Credits
Leadership Conference 
for Tesco; Ideas 360 for Shell; 
Shaping Tomorrow for Saudi Aramco
Listing its highights, Wilder picks out “winning a pitch for a major new client against an incumbent company based on the creativity of our proposal” as well as “working with some really creative freelance, writers, directors, designers and DoPs both on corporate and personal film projects”


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World Television
world-television.com  Exec dir Peter Sibley
Credits
Performance in Perspective for BP; Council Cast for Council of The EU; Sustainability Review 2013 for Standard Chartered
“2013 was a great year,” says the agency, citing the growth of its “webcasting business by 32% and we have almost doubled the number of clients in just three years. We’ve had high profile wins for both Standard Chartered and a major international commodity trader, with both choosing us for all their global production work.”


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Pukka Films
pukkafilms.com
Creative director  
Paul Katis
Credits
Global Safety Day for Anglo American;
Change Promo for Saipem Foundation;
Exploited for CEOP
Pukka Films says that one of the upsides of the past year has been in “producing work for big new clients and having client appreciation of what we do being different from what other film and video companies do” as well as “winning large multi-company tenders.” However Pukka says there is still a struggle to make sure “clients understand that the value in filmmaking lies not just in its execution (which with the advent of cheaper cameras and editing equipment is cheaper than it has ever been) but in the design and the scripting of the content which still requires experienced professionals” to make 
it happen.


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quite frankly 
quitefrankly.co.uk
Md Jez Frankel
Credits
Speed Skater for OMEGA, Switzerland; Educate a Child for Education Above All Foundation, Qatar; SLG for Diageo plc
Quite Frankly picks out its Omega Speed Skater Winter Olympics film that was shot in the stadium in Sochi as a highight: “A logistical nightmare but a brilliant film” as well as shooting in the Amazon, DRC, Lebanon/Syria and India for the UN’s Educate A Child programme.” It’s also setting up an office in Brazil “which is exciting and terrifying at the same time.”


16
New Moon  
new-moon.co.uk Exec creative dir Caroline Rowland
Credits
Why Glasgow, Why Now? for Visit Scotland; Istanbul 2020 for Istanbul 2020; Lima 2019 Pan- American Games for Peru National Olympic Committee
Best known for its sports work, New Moon says highlights were working on the Istanbul 2020 Olympic Bid, the Glasgow 2014 Youth Olympic Games Bid and the Lima 2019 Pan American Games Bid. “They were all wonderful experiences that allowed us to immerse ourselves in diverse, interesting and exciting storytelling.”


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Jacaranda  
jacaranda.co.uk Md Katy Eyre
Credits
MCM Zambia for GlencoreXtrata; Citizenship Awards 2013 for Barclays; Standard Chartered Explains for Standard Chartered Bank
Established 25 years ago, Jacaranda lists its highlights as having its early films placed in the  BFI archives as well as making “several films for long-term client BP, showcasing their involvement with London 2012 and the 2014 Commonwealth Games” and “for the 7th year running we produced the Barclays Citizenship Awards, creating 72 films and new voting applications and a responsive website.”

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SpeakEasy
speak.co.uk
Md Jonathan Young 
Credits
DSEI for BAE Systems; WUK Management Conference for Wolseley UK Ltd; Team Talk for Lloyds Banking Group
Speakeasy says the past year has seen “a return for us to much more traditional output of film and events” and that signs for the future are good. “We are looking very positively at the coming months – there are definite signs of increased opportunities within the industry.”


19
Scorch London  
scorchlondon.com
Joint mds Tristan Ramsay, Steve Jay
Credits
HSBC Renminbi for HSBC; Industrial Performance for Unilever; Honda CRV online films for Honda
Scorch says its goal now is “working harder to help clients with the strategy side of their overall marketing. We are already heavily involved in creative development with all of our clients, so evolving into more of a creative agency rather than just a production company is the obvious next step for us, and the most important change we are making this year.”

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Armoury films  
armourylondon.com
Mds Jack Laurance and Clare Gibson
Credits
De Beers Global Brand Film for De Beers; UBS Neo Launch Animation Films for UBS; BBC1 Service Film for BBC
Armoury says that being in its “3rd successful year” is “a huge highlight in itself” along with “winning high profile pitches against larger more established production companies and global branding/digital agencies who are all at least 10 times our size.” with recent pitch wins for BBC, 
De Beers, Nike and Olympus.
 

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