MotionHut was recently at hand to provide Digital Imaging services for a Nike Kids’ PLAYlab production featuring virtuoso drummer Nandi Bushell. The production utilised CODEX Media from an Arri Alexa LF and a Sony Venice. In addition, we provided a livestream feed to the producers in Paris from the production base in London, who were able to feedback to the production crew on set in real time.Continue reading “Digital Imaging with Nike & Nandi Bushell”
MotionHut and Custodian Data Centre partnered up to develop content for their YouTube channel. MotionHut provided the creative direction, while Custodian Data Centre provided the data center expertise. Together, they created a series of informative and interesting videos that have been well-received by their viewers. Continue reading “3 Ways to use YouTube As Part Of Your Video Marketing Strategy”
We recently produced a VT insert for the New York Women in Film & Television Awards. We sat down with BAFTA and Emmy winning costume designer Michele Clapton for a précis of her work on Game of Thrones in anticipation of her nomination for NYWIFT’s Designing Women award.
KFRS recently launched a new “Safe & Well Scheme” which… and as part of their promotion of the service, they utilised the former Strictly Come Dancing head judge and Kent resident, Len Goodman, to raise awareness of the safe and well visit service.
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“Untold Stories: A History of Black People In Kent” has been nominated for a prestigious Arts and Humanities Research Council “Research Film Award”, presented at BAFTA. The film was shot by MotionHut working in collaboration with ex-BBC producer Helen Curston, the Medway African and Caribbean Association and Chatham Historic Dockyard, and went on to become an integral part of a wider exhibition exploring the lives and culture of historic African and Caribbean settlers in Kent and the South East.
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The Red Earth Collective “Stereohype Festival” is a new festival that uses the arts to challenge mental health discrimination experienced by African and Caribbean Communities. Digital Video Marketing and Live Event footage was captured by MotionHut on their behalf
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MotionHut worked in collaboration with ex-BBC producer Helen Curston, the Medway African and Caribbean Association and Chatham Historic Dockyard to develop and shoot an engaging documentary film entitled “Untold Stories: A History of Black People In Kent”, presented by former Blue Peter presenter Ayo Akinwolere.
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