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Brief: Produce five training videos
Location: Green Screen Studio
Audience: Bank staff
Ground:zero Productions were commissioned to produce a number of videos for internal banking staff.
Each video was an advert showing a different style of banking aimed at different customer types, ie. The single person, families etc. These videos were all part of an internal training programme.
All the scenes were filmed in a studio in one day in front of a green screen set with minimal props.
Brief: Produce a documentary drama
Location: Chatham Dockyards
Audience: Over 7,000 people watching the video on large screens or on YouTube
Ground:zero worked with Medway Council to produce a film re-telling the story of the 17th century raid on the Medway by the Dutch navy. The film was the central feature of a series of local events designed to coincide with the 350th anniversary of the naval engagement of June 1667.
Brief: Produce an advert to help quit smoking
Location: Old train station in Kent
Audience: All smokers who are serious about quitting and who are looking for support
Ground:zero were commissioned to produce the advert to help people stop smoking. The ad was filmed in the style of a silent movie and showed the consequence of being a smoker compared to being a non-smoker. The advert was used by Medway Council and Brighton Council as part of their stop smoking campaigns.
Brief: Produce a video to promote the degree course at a school of psychology
Audience: All under graduate psychology students
Ground:zero were commissioned to produce the promotional video via a creative agency. The video consisted of a number of interviews of students at various stages of the course. It was filmed in the grounds of the Institute of Psychology.
Brief: Produce a documentary drama about the Siege of Rochester Castle
Location: Rochester, Kent
Audience: Anybody interested in the history of the castle
It's one of England's most historic moments - the siege of Rochester Castle in Kent. Rebels occupied the site in 1215 in a bid to overthrow King John. 800 years later the event was marked with a re-enactment of the famous battle.