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September 2018

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  • The Production 100
    Tim Dams introduces Televisual’s exclusive Production 100 survey of the indie television sector, now in its 26th year, and finds the rise of the streamers is creating opportunity –but also plenty of anxiety. The report includes the top 100 indies, the
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    Demand for factual is growing as channels fight ever harder for audiences. Televisual Factual Festival producer Pippa Considine reports
  • All the Fun of the Fair
    ITV and Amazon’s new Vanity Fair adaptation demanded a period drama with a modern sensibility. But how was that balancing act achieved? Jon Creamer reports
  • The Art of the Vfx Super
    Creativity, tech know-how and a cool head are essential attributes for a vfx supervisor. Three top supers tell Jon Creamer how they help create screen magic
  • Channel 4's big move
    Three cities are still in the running for the new out-of-London Channel 4 HQ and three for the two creative hubs. The indies in those cities say the potential prize is immense. Jon Creamer reports
  • IBC preview
    IBC is a great place to check out both new launches and to get your hands on something already announced at NAB. Here’s a small taste of what’s likely to be on offer
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Corporate 50 2016 Back to Reports & survey Listing

Holder and Linda McKenzie Credits

Jaguar F-PACE launch campaign
assets for Jaguar Land Rover; Land
Rover Evoque Convertible launch
campaign assets for Jaguar Land
Rover; Dawn for Rolls Royce

An office move from Pinewood
Studios to Marylebone has been a
big shift, physically and creatively,
for Tangerine. “Our working
environment has improved as has
access to a broader range of creative
and production services. We also
enjoy more team nights out!”

Brand Diageo for Diageo;
Louis Vuitton Series 3 for Louis
Vuitton; Coca-Cola Masterbrand for
Coca-Cola Enterprises

Quite Frankly’s eye has been on the
international horizon in the last year.
Highlights include “opening an office in
Bangalore in April last year which has
brought in some great new work from
Indian IT companies, construction
groups and FMCG brands. We also
won some exciting new European
clients from the UK office: Louis
Vuitton and Longines.”

Md Suzanne Peck Credits
Fund for RBS; Customer First for
Nationwide; Thanksfor Bupa

Sequel/Take 3 says it was pleased
to see that its films on disability
awareness were having an impact.
“Our research and feedback
demonstrated our videos actually
have made people appreciate things
differently.” It also lists winning
IOIC Agency of the Year award and
video awards from EVCOM Clarions,
Institute of Public relations and IOIC
as great moments.

Md and EP Richard Batty
By Your Side for Lebara,
Investing In Energy for Aramco, STS
51-G Space Shuttle – 30th Anniversary
Film for Nasa

It’s been a year of diversifying
outwards from its core stamping
ground of corporate filmmaking for
Wilder Films. “Alongside corporate
work we co-produced a low budget
documentary feature and formed a
partnership with a TV production
company to develop broadcast
projects and shot a new short.”

JUICE Md Alan Poole
M2 and M4 GTS Launches
for BMW; IHG Brand Film for
InterContinental Hotels Group;
Hidden Impact for Arriva Bus UK

There have been award wins this year
“when we have remembered to enter”
for Juice but also Investors In People
accreditation “which is recognition
for the effort (and cash) we put into
developing our in-house people who
each have an individual training budget.”
It’s also invested in a basketball hoop
and “grown the business whilst shooting
some hoops.”

Md PJ Bickford
Energy is Life for Saudi
Aramco; Difference Makers for RBS;
Belong for Bupa

Pretzel Films says that winning at
Montreaux with a corporate film for
Swarovski was a big moment for it
along with “winning new logos like
BUPA, Saudi Aramco, Tony & Guy.”
Its broadcast arm also won its first
TV series and the company was
nominated for best Independent
Production Commpany at the Bafta
Childrens Awards.
March 2016 59

Md James Wilkins Credits
One Group
for Lloyds Banking Group; Simply
Successful for BMW; Smart Meter
Campaign for EDF Energy

Vista does most of its work in the
live events sector and says that
“working with a variety of new and
existing FTSE top 100 clients” was a
highlight including BMW, BT, Lloyds
Banking Group, EDF Energy, TSB
“while delivering some of the largest
and most exciting projects in the
company’s history and continuing to
grow our business.”

Ceo Gary Fitzpatrick
Entrepreneur of the Year for EY;
Cannes Lions 2015 for Microsoft; CXX
for Vodafone

Cheerful Twentyfirst says that a highlight
for the company “was winning a five
agency competitive bid which was in a new
sector for us.” It says that although it’s
“producing more projects for our existing
clients” and also seeing “an increasing
number of opportunities to work with
new clients directly relevant to our core
business,” the overall climate “remains
tough with additional competition. All
jobs now require much more detailed
responses which in itself adds to the
company running costs.” Clients also
“expect to see more WOW! The staging has
to be more elaborate and content requires
greater use of higher end visuals.”

Md Lucy Hayman Credits
Night Takeaway for ChildLine for
NSPCC; Brand relaunch for Pearson

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