We were thrilled to be asked to produce a case study film for the amazing charity Tiny Tickers – who work to improve the early detection and care of babies with severe heart conditions. We follow the heart warming story of baby Jude who was diagnosed with a serious congenital heart defect at the 20 week scan.
Hope you like it!
Here are some nice words from the Head of Tiny Ticker, Ian Averiss:
“You have made a really wonderful and moving film, that brings home just how crucial early detection can be.”
And Mum, Dierdre:
“This is brilliant – we’re really impressed! Thanks for your sensitive treatment.”
Thanks to the great Sam Bennett who edited the film – www.sambennett.co.uk – and Mr Colin Platt – www.plattypus.tv – for his help and support on the shoot.
To mark the start of our Central Working membership we are offering a fellow member
the chance to commission their own promotional video at ABSOLUTELY NO CHARGE!
Nicky and William are both extremely skilled professionals who are bursting with new
ideas and talent. I recently commissioned Woodhouse TV to produce a series of 12
films for the “Start Up Hub” at the Conservative Party Conference. Woodhouse TV were
able to capture the essence and passion of each entrepreneur & I would not hesitate to
James Kerby, Business Relations Manager at Conservative Party
What you win:
2 Hour development meeting at Central Working Shoreditch.
1 Day of filming within the M25
1 Day of Editing
1 Round of changes
1 Video encode to put on your website
How to enter:
Send a tweet AND a Facebook message to your followers linking to your favourite
Woodhouse TV film stating why you like it. Ensure you include “@woodhousetv” in your
message to get let us know you have entered!
Chose you favourite from our portfolio of films on Vimeo:
The winner will be drawn at the end of February in Central Working Shoreditch at an event TBC.
Taking a hilarious look at the ‘alternative’ surf scene, our latest surf film ‘Crap Surfer’ uncovers the unique talent of the World Champion of Crap Surfing, Bill Bankes- Jones as he attempts to defend his title at the third world championship event in, Praa Sands Cornwall. It was recently screened at the opening night of The London Surf Film Festival and has been selected for the “MADE IN KERNOW” documentary session at the Cornish Film Festival on November 9th.
Nicky is a surf obsessive and self confessed ‘crap surfer’, – who despite living in East London – gets in the water across the South West of England whenever she can. Over countless weekends surfing in North Devon and Cornwall she is continually amused by the line up banter of novice surfers under the illusion they are Kelly Slater incarnate; “There is a certain amount of ego and bravado that seems to go with surfing that I think is really intimidating and off putting. When I learnt there was a World Championship of Crap Surfing that clearly poked fun at this macho image, I knew I had to make a film about it. The vast majority of us that surf in the UK are quite crap and we need to get over ourselves. Having a bit of a laugh will hopefully expand interest and make surfing more accessible.”
Crap Surfer is the second surf film Woodhouse TV has made, and was shot by our producer William. Crap Surfer builds on last year’s short “Fluid Juice,” which was also screened at last years London Surf Film Festival. Here’s William and our valiant Go Pro wheelding runner Pete at the festival in their crap t- shirts.
Nicky was interviewed recently for the London Surf Film Festival website about her film “Fluid Juice” that was screened at the River Side Studios in London last October.
We’re in development for a new film to submit to this years festival, so, while your waiting check the article at this link:
We always try and bring the highest production values to our films and a really easy way of adding extra movement to shot sequences is to use a GlideTrack Slider. We used one in our Prince’s House film recently and they wrote a really nice blog post about our film. Read it here:-
When faced with the problem of deciding what logo to select to best represent Woodhouse TV we were a little spoilt for choice. 122 choices actually, from 122 designers from all over the world.