February 11, 2014

Richard and Simon from M2 Films Edinburgh assisted in the production of a new advert for Flavourly, a bespoke online food hamper delivery company. Richard performed DOP and Directorial responsibilities whilst Simon was the operator of the Red Epic camera. All production and post production was performed by Greenroom Films. links to both Flavourly and Greenroom Films can be found below!

www.flavourly.com

www.greenroomfilms.com





November 29, 2013

M2 Films Ltd have recently produced 2 short adverts for The Hopper, a functional bag for people on crutches, allowing the wearer to carry magazines, a computer tablet, and a hot drink. The films were shot in seperate locations, one in our Leith studio, and one in a town house in central Edinburgh. Ian Potter, Richard’s photographic agent and former BBC voice over expert very generously provided the ending voice track. Links to longer endings with more of Ian’s sultry tones can be found in the youtube links below.

For more information visit: thehopper.co.uk

Atta film extended ending: http://youtu.be/gcnSa2vnCFs

Carole film extended ending: http://youtu.be/8vG8EW8kSCc





November 26, 2013

Well it’s up! I’m allowed to share with you all our video of the most expensive range of whisky ever made. The Paterson Collection by Dalmore. More information can be found here: http://www.thedalmore.com/paterson/default.aspx

 

 

The Film was shot and edited in our video production studio in Edinburgh, just off The Shore, and we had the opportunity to shoot with the Red Epic. Fun Times!

 

 

We’re all very pleased with how the film turned out. More to come in the future!

 





October 26, 2013

M2 Films produced a series of recruitment supporting films for William Grant and Sons Distillery, here is a selection of interview footage shot for several aspects of their recruitment website.

To see more please visit: careers.williamgrant.com





September 26, 2013

Simon at M2 Films has recently finished editing the new Beefeater 24 Gin film, utilizing some interesting compositing work that should hopefully be seamless! He’s both proud of what can be seen and glad to not need to listen to the Nina Simone track being used any more!

 

The film can be seen below, thoughts always welcome!