Now that has been a busy week filming in Cornwall!
We finally completed delivery of our turtle film “The Last Turtles?” to our agents. Once the film is finished there is still much to do. Time coded scripts and music cue sheets to prepare. Marketing materials to produce. But it’s now all done, so fingers crossed for some sales of the film!
We had an interesting corporate filming job at Tregenna Castle Lodges in St. Ives which needed River filming and Fionn drone filming. Luckily we chose a sunny day – filming in Cornwall is so much more fun if the sun is shining.
Two jobs came in late in the week – one involved filming a series of interviews at the Eden project for a Business to Business film. The other saw Fionn out in Falmouth Bay drone filming a super yacht on Saturday afternoon. Marine filming in Cornwall has always been a niche skill of ours.
Lots of other jobs bubbling under too. We have been booked to produce a firearms training film for the United Nations. Although due to Covid restriction, filming won’t take place until early 2021. River had a meeting about production of a sports series – again scheduled for early 2021. Quotes were also invited for a major estate agency for filming for their website. They had seen that drone property filming in Cornwall was one of our specialities. And a quote too for another Business to Business film in Cornwall.
We also made a sale from our library of Cornish stock footage, and through our California based agents sold some underwater stock footage to another producer for an upcoming documentary. And had two enquiries for camera rental in Cornwall.
Video production in Cornwall is a great business to be in. You just never know what the next job will be…