A picture is worth a thousand words...
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Bespoke Event Promos

Don't just tell people how great your event is. Let an Orchid Films video show them.

Events

Let Orchid Films showcase your event…

Whether it’s a performance, exhibition or any other event, Orchid Films can produce a creative and professional film for you. Maybe you would like a short promo for your website or a video of a concert for members of the audience to buy afterwards? You’ve come to the right place.

Your film will be supplied on a USB stick for you to watch on Smart TV or computer, for projection onto a big screen or for uploading to your website.

We work with you every step of the way to ensure your event is represented exactly as you envisage.

As former BBC reporters we are more than comfortable interviewing people on camera if required – in English or in Welsh.

When a concept is agreed we will spend from a few hours to entire days filming. Then another two or three days editing, adding filters, motion fonts and finishing touches, not forgetting a sprinkling of Orchid Films magic, and your finished product is ready to showcase your event.

The price depends on how long it takes to produce the film, so why not click here to contact us and discuss your requirements.

“The films were very well received – they were lovely.”
Sylvia Davies, Head of Public Affairs, Colleges Wales

“I received the DVDs thanks! They look amazing!”
Patricia Vallis, Ballet Cymru

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    Our clients include:
    > Breast Cancer Care
    > Network For Surviving Stalking
    > Brecon Beacons National Park
    > Ffos Las Racecourse (Weddings)
    > Sian Trenberth Photographer
    > The Garnsychan Project
    > Primus Protection
    > Outdoor Fitness
    > Harp Wales
    > Mandy & Shirley Morris School of Dance
    > Wales Colleges
    > Procurex Wales
    > Cardiff University School of Journalism
    > Ballet Cymru