With the week’s flying by, we can’t believe it’s already time for Week 14 of the Standby Update. We don’t think it’s stopped raining since last weeks update, but the team haven’t let that stop them!
Firstly, we have some amazing news to announce! The Brian House film has been nominated for a Charity film award, a highly established annual event that attracts hundreds of entries from charities. This year almost 400 charities entered, and with over 10,000 votes, this is a huge achievement for both Brian House and Standby! We absolutely love working with charities, and our collaboration with Brian House has been amazing from day one. Click here to find out more about our nomination!
As if that wasn’t enough good news for one week, Puddleducks were awarded Best Overall Marketing Campaign at The Franchise Marketing Awards for their TVC with Standby earlier this year! Congratulations to everyone at Puddleducks and to the whole crew at Standby for their amazing work. Click here to find out more about the amazing achievement.
Week 13 Shoots
Felix began his week shooting product pieces for Diono’s Baby Accessories ‘In The Car Series’ and even ended up using his car as a last minute prop! If that’s not commitment, then I don’t know what is!
Later in the week he edited Jacamo’s Soccer AM film collection, amended Cheshire Oaks’ Autumn Winter collection shopping destination film and created another Life Hack series film for Velcro! He finished his week by beginning an edit for Bolton’s Fostering Team.
Whilst Felix was keeping busy, Jack found himself animating a flower, colour grading a prima ballerina and cutting together the story of a WW2 conscientious objector. Just another standard week for Standby Productions, right Jack?
Earlier in the week, Mark delivered a film for Never No, and then moved on to an editing session with HOBS which went really well. He finished his week with a very exciting shoot with Sterling group, where he filmed at the Hilton event on Friday. He bagged some amazing shots of the fantastic kit Sterling provide for events just like the one he was at.
On Tuesday we all ventured to a lovely meal in the centre of Manchester for Chris’ leaving do. There were fake spiders, cork hats and an inflatable kangaroo – and lots and lots and lots of food.
With t-minus 8 days until he flies to Australia, Chris still hasn’t started packing.