The British Youth Film Academy can provide students and graduates to make your corporate films.
Corporate film-making gives our students and graduates excellent experience outside of BYFA Summer Camps, and new material for their CVs. It also offers them their first opportunity to make money by making film, which we hope will help them to consider establishing themselves in the industry.
Because this experience is invaluable to our students, BYFA’s rates are superb. As with our feature films, the quality is great too.
To discuss how BYFA can work for you, producing a corporate film to meet your needs, please contact [email protected]
Award Winning Corporate Films
We were commissioned by Farmers Weekly to film ‘The Farmers Apprentice’, an ambitious high profile, multi-media campaign, sponsored by McDonalds. It is designed to change perceptions about farming and open the doors of British farms to new talent and ideas.
Set at Reaseheath College in Cheshire, 10 students from different backgrounds took part in a boot camp that tested and mentored them in skills required to be a successful farmer today, and tomorrow.
This project is part of the wider Farmers Weekly campaign to inspire both young people to consider farming as a career, and the British farming industry stakeholders to take the steps necessary to make this possible.
The films were screened first online, then on Sky’s Horse and Country Channel.
The project went on to win two national publishing awards. The Association of Online Publishers (AOP) voted Farmers Apprentice best ‘Cross Media Project’ and the Periodical Publishers Association (PPA) voted it 2013 ‘Event of the Year’ fighting off fierce competition from major publishing titles such as The Times, the Press Association and CNN.
Watch the series here
Find out more: www.fwi.co.uk/farmersapprentice/