CORPORATE

A corporate promo can be far more exciting than the name suggests. We’ve created films with flying sheep, virtual tv studios and the inside of blast furnaces all to convey a message or an idea aimed at a specific audience.

WHAT IS CORPORATE VIDEO?

Todays employees, customers and audiences are more likely to view training films, corporate messages and promos at any time and any place. The corporate video has to capture attention and communicate effectively. At Good Guys we know that high video production quality and creative content will capture your audience.

 

The possibility for your corporate video is limitless. The approach and style can be many things from documentary interviews, high drama to 360 VR, comedy and green screen. We will work with you to find the right style for your message.

EweFO

University of Winchester


A fun film with a flying sheep designed to show off the campus to potential graduates starring the university mascot. 2min

 

TEMPO PEOPLE

Tempo Wellbeing Foundation


Tempo Wellbeing delivers choir and singing workshops within a therapy model. The video was designed to introduce the founders and their motivations in order to communicate directly to potential large scale clients.

 

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY

”We were so pleased with our videos from Good Guys Productions. They are a professional and well organised company and we can’t wait to get our next video scheduled. Thanks for everything Good Guys!”

Dan Cooper

Director, Tempo Wellbeing

WHAT WE DO

CORPORATE


A corporate promo can be far more exciting than the name suggests. We’ve created films with flying sheep, virtual tv studios and the inside of blast furnaces all to convey a message or an idea aimed at a specific audience.

DRAMA


More and more companies and public bodies now use drama to tell a truth, implement training or inform about new ideas. We draw upon our experience of award winning short film fiction production with knowledge and know-how of script production, casting and high level production and the use of narrative based drama has worked brilliantly in this growth area.

ADS & MARKETING


We work directly with brand companies but also traditional agencies and digital agencies to deliver production ideas that keep brand and product value firmly in focus. Whether it’s a virtual rugby ball being kicked in a virtual stadium or an ad to challenge perceptions of Armed Police we believe ads should be tiny gems that shine bright.

CHARITY & CAMPAIGNS


From award winning campaigns about homelessness to a campaign on assisted dying to a series of 15 second animated films aimed to warn against child exploitation, we don’t shy away from hard issues that need creative thinking to cut through the fog of online video content.

MORE FROM GOOD GUYS

UoW

The University of Winchester wanted a promo film that captured the spirit of their Uni, the city and a sense of achievement amongst the graduating students. The film has now been seen by 14k potential students.

HAMPSHIRE POLICE
Hampshire police wanted to use drama to show the power of Body Worn Video within policing to a national audience as well as for wider training use. We scripted, cast and produced a 10 minute drama around domestic violence taking inspiration from true accounts.
#CSE CAMPAIGN
A social media campaign to help spot the warning signs of Child Sexual Exploitation. A series of 10-15 second animations using original artwork from Portsmouth  Artist Roma-May Daly. The campaign was a aimed firmly at reaching its audience though at social media.
'LUCKY" - EMMAUS
Lucky is an ad structured film which in which we created a simple yet specific message that wasn’t lost in a need to box tick and so the film was engaging and relevant to all. We also picked up a Royal Television Society award as best online Ad.

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