Case Study | Video Production in Bristol


Where It All Began Bristol has long held a special place in the hearts of the DreamingFish team as it’s the home to one of our very special clients, ForgeRock; a multinational identity and access management software company. The ForgeRock founders met at Sun Microsystems in Norway and started the company on a kitchen table


Different Types of TV Advertising


What You Need to Know: For many brands and businesses out there, getting an ad on TV is the dream. Here at DreamingFish, we can help to make it happen through our TV commercial production services, which will come with everything you need to see your brand advertised in homes across the country (and even


Script Writing for Video Production


Get your core message out there with DreamingFish’s script writing for Video services! This comes as part of our full production package, which can offer you everything you need to create practically any type of video content. Whether you’re looking to get customers excited for a new product or service you’ll soon be launching, or


Documentary Video Production


The umbrella of Documentary Production in London is extremely broad and there are many different types of videos out there depending on their intended purpose. Documentary films by definition are described as a non-fiction, live action film, created to document or capture reality whilst informing, teaching or educating its viewers.  Documentary filmmakers are usually motivated


Leaving the Tarmac | Case Study


Leaving The Tarmac: Buying a Bank in Africa is a financial thriller written by Aig Aig-Imoukhuede about his struggles as well as his path to success. Aig-Imoukhuede and Wigwe bought Access Bank in 2002 and it was one of the smallest and most crisis-prone banks in Nigeria. Their ultimate goal was to build it into


Introducing Think Tank


Introducing our brand new Vodcast, Think Tank. We will be gathering together our clients, friends and colleagues to discuss all things video! Have you been thinking about introducing video material into your strategy plan this year? Whether you’re thinking about video for internal or external use, we’ll talk about how to create and use video


Supporting Tree Aid | #FutureForest


We’re supporting Tree Aid’s #FutureForest appeal to help save a forest in Ethiopia that is on the brink of extinction. By working in partnership with local communities to protect and restore the forest, the Future Forest appeal will contribute to the epic, African-led #GreatGreenWall movement – to restore and re-green 8,000kms across the width of


Training Videos


Videos are all around us. We are often exposed to them on a daily basis and they’re becoming one of the most popular ways of sharing engaging content with mass audiences worldwide… Did you know that YouTube is the second-most popular search engine after Google? YouTube actually receives more searches per month than Yahoo or


Animated Video Production


Video and Animation Production is becoming increasingly popular in the UK in this modern day and age. It’s one of the best ways for companies to get short and informative messages across to an audience and can be used for learning, training and educating, and promoting videos across many social media platforms. Did you know


The Corporate Videographer


Videography is the process of capturing moving images and includes video production and post-production. Video gains  1,200% more engagement/shares over a static or text-based post, making video the number 1 content choice for digital marketing. Before we dive into all things videographer and corporate film maker, let’s start with the basics… A corporate video or


New Year, New Showreel!


Last year was unlike any other year! We had to adapt the way we work, be creative from inside our living rooms and communicate through endless zoom calls – but we got through it with great team work and amazing clients! Here are a few of our favourite highlights (and some throwbacks too!). Got a


Remote Filming During Lockdown (and Beyond!)


Lockdown has thrown up a whole bunch of problems for many companies, but for production companies live action filming has become more complicated. So how do you film when you can’t film? How do you undertake remote filming? What’s the solution to remote filming? The simplest option is to use a webcam and many people