Novation // Innovation since 1992
What Does it Take?
Since 1992 Novation have been making electronic musical instruments for a constantly evolving community. They wanted to shout about their heritage, show the passion of their designers and explain the impact of their creations on artists.
As a British brand, Novation needed a way to explain where they came from as they expanded to dealers and consumers overseas. And they commissioned us to make a short film about it.
This is news about news. We are really proud to see our latest film featuring Documentary filmmaker Laura Warner, and Video Journalist Edward Lawrence. Canon wanted a film about what it takes to shoot news - fast paced, unpredictable, unfolding events, delivered within tight deadlines. We thought we knew that world well, having worked in docs and news, BUT, meeting and working with these two superseded our expectations – as broadcast professionals - they are really truly inspirational.
Kites, Bikes and Automobiles
We spend a lot of our time dreaming about getting better at our various hobbies, and then not getting around to doing it. Because it’s probably our kit holding us back, right? And we don’t have enough time… and we definitely don’t have enough time to learn anything new.
Some of our heroes
It’s not often that we get to work with a blank canvas, but when Canon asked us to create a video that would show off the new C-Log mode on the 5DIV the only stipulation was "it has to look awesome.".
The Roald Dahl and the Interrotron
This summer we had the chance to work on a really exciting set of films for the launch of Canon’s 5DIV. Not only did we get to trail some of the best photographers in the world, we got to go to a wedding in Romania, cosy up in a very luxurious London location, and receive the warmest welcome from a gypsy community on the outskirts of Rome.
The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre asked us to create three films about the Museum and surrounding area. The team at the Museum wanted content for the website that would encourage people to visit, and make the most of Great Missenden, the place where Dahl lived and wrote, and used extensively in his children's stories. Each film targets a different audience – Adults, Teachers and Kids.