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The following online business directory lists businesses that provide a range of Film based products and services including documentaries, non-fiction films, film archiving and preservation, film festivals, film studios, and many more...
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Our Company offers high quality and cinematic wedding videography, commercial and film production aimed at customers in the areas of Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds....
With offices in Manchester, Liverpool and Leeds, Brickhouse Productions specialise in providing video production services for high quality, creative and innovative videos...
Rowan Video and Audio Services Ltd. is a company that specializes in transferring your VHS and camcorder tapes to DVD or flash drive. Editing as required...
PurpleYam Productions is an Oxfordshire based video production company that provide a wide range of services including business adverts, wedding films and music videos. Contact us today to find out what we can do for you...
We convert your old video tapes to DVD or mp4 to preserve your memories. Mp4 files will play on your iPad, phone, computer or TV. We are a professional company using broadcast quality equipment. Great service and prices!
Borbone Pictures is a startup media company focused on creating quality entertainment products.
Firebird is an award winning video production company. We have worked with clients like: WHSmith, BP, Casrol, Twitter and many more...
We are a Video production company based in London. We offer full video production services from script to final cut, including promotional, corporate and brand productions, training and event productions....
Illuminated Studios provides cinematic video production for all occasions from corporate to commercial and events....
Lumiere Studios is an animation design and production studio, specialising in 3D animation, 2D animation, Fluid simulation, visual effects and motion graphics....
Family Flix is the professional and affordable home video editing service based in Surrey. We can also transfer to tapes to DVD.
Development and production of corporate video and marketing communication presentations. Core services include conceptualisation and scriptwriting, film, motion graphics, editing, voiceover talent & recording
Kreo Films Corporation Ltd. is a UK company and the parent company of Kreo Films FZ-LLC. With it's associate companies, Bankside Films and Head Gear Films, Kreo Films Corporation offers the public access to the international film world....
Luxury wedding videography based in Nottingham, providing wedding videos for couples who wish to record their special day and remember their perfect moment forever...
RGR Film Productions are dedicated to creating high quality video content, in many different formats...
Creating inspirational and exciting video for businesses and individuals who are looking to promote themselves.
Our Central London soundproofed film and TV studio, fully equipped with a wide range of in-house camera and lighting equipment. The stage features a U-shaped infinity cove and pre-rigged space lights and cyc lights....
Good Vibe Films is a production company located in London, which specialises in production of promotion videos, commercials, corporate videos, films, music videos and even photography.
The business creates video content that businesses can be proud of. Our services include, video editing, event videography, time-lapse, aerial videography...
Camera equipment for film and television production both here in the UK and throughout Europe...

Overview of the Film Industry

A film conveys a story told by means of a creative procedure whereupon the footage is produced by using a series of still images, which appear to ‘move’ when shown upon a screen. The still images are shown by capturing photographic drawings or animation in sequence – by either the traditional method or computer animation.

It is common to combine these effects to produce the finished result. The traditional method of capturing animation is created by taking an initial pose of a character and then painstakingly moving it or adjusting its pose slightly before taking the next shot. When run in a sequence, the inanimate object appears to move and operate independently – Wallace and Gromit created by Nick Park or Peter Lord’s Morph are both good examples of this procedure.

A motion picture camera is used to capture actual ‘live’ scenes and then the footage is edited accordingly to create the film, movie or motion picture (which it is also known as.) The beauty of today’s technology means that not only can any film be shown in any country; it can also be recorded into every language. A film can depict a whole host of genres and can be produced merely for entertainment purposes (from slapstick comedy to hard-hitting action movies through to horrific snuff movies) or to convey a powerful message such as documentaries.

Film is so called because of the photographic film which was primarily used to produce the images upon. It used to be fed through a cine camera or movie projector, but modern methods today include digital filming and the film can then be recorded onto a hard disk or flash card.

A soundtrack and music also be created to accompany the film, and this is usually produced separately by a media company and then injected into the film afterwards. Likewise, in a spoken film, to give a more pronounced clarity, the speech and any narration will be recorded separately and then dubbed into the film.

The golden age of film on the ‘big screen’ threw its birthplace Hollywood into the limelight and forever immortalised it. Actors and actresses such as John Wayne, Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Judy Garland, Elizabeth Taylor and James Dean gained iconic status and their films are considered ‘classics’ and are still watched by countless people today.

The first movies that were projected onto the big screen were silent, and any speech or narration would appear as a text on the screen. Without a doubt, the American film industry (with production companies such as Universal, Paramount, Columbia, 20th Century Fox, Warner Bros and Walt Disney) has dominated the film market since the 1920’s and have taken more money from the box office than any other country.

Film watching is an enjoyable recreational hobby for millions and children from a young age up to ageing great-grandparents find it both relaxing and entertaining to watch. Disney films are enjoyed by all ages and are considered timeless classics that can be watched on countless occasions without ever tiring of them. Family time often incorporates a ‘film night’ and whether it be a visit to the local cinema or at home in front of the television with a DVD, it is the perfect excuse to buy the popcorn and fizzy drink and sit back and enjoy the movie.

In the Fifties, particularly in the United States, the drive-In movie was a popular form of entertainment for people, young adults and teenagers especially. It was considered the perfect place to gather socially and enjoy the free time amongst friends and watch the latest movie. Rows and rows of ‘T-Birds,’ ‘Chevrolet’s’ and other classic American cars would be parked up in front of a huge screen, and its passengers would enjoy watching the film from the comfort of their cars.


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