Last week we had the enlightening experience of filming a series of interviews for Christian Aid in Edinburgh. Christian Aid were running an international seminar for Global Steering Group of their Side by Side initiative; a global movement to try and engage faith leaders of all faiths to provide leadership in terms of promoting gender
Twelve short months ago, we and a group of other film creatives set up shop in 89 Giles Street, forming Bloc Collective. We built desks, painted walls and set up our editing stations and got to work producing films, getting our freelance cinematography game on and editing piles of rushes into polished works of storytelling.
In late November, we organised full film production for a silent disco at The Centre, Livingston. The disco was held as a promotional stunt to attract people to the centre for the Christmas Shopping season. We filmed the event using a simple run and gun system, with the Laing steadicam and the Canon 17-55 EFS
As part of our ongoing project creating a film about the artist and entrepreneur, C John Taylor, and his work on Seil Island we visited the Royal Blind School in Edinburgh to discuss the impact his ongoing support for them. Over the course of several years, Mr Taylor and his family donated £125,000 to the
It is important to take time to practice new skills and we’re always on the look out for new avenues of personal digital content creation. Last week I (Rob) was walking from Haltwhistle near Hadrian’s Wall to Byrness on the Pennine Way. It was part of a stag do for my friend which, unlike most