Tag Archive for Nick Loven

Advertising Campaigns

A combination of photography and video can make a very effective advertising campaign using social media. Here is some of the work Crow’s Eye Productions did for Superior Threads just before Christmas. Working with quilter and designer Martha Milne, Nick Loven produced the following images and video featuring Superior Threads. Superior Threads can used for crafting, sewing, quilting, embroidering, serging, or upholstering,…

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18th Century, Museum Film

We also work with digital companies who produce apps for museums. Mobile apps are becoming a must have for most museums and galleries as they can help drive more visitors and introduce virtual tours. We can create those special short films which can bring a collection to life. For example, we have recently made a short film about 18th century dress, for…

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WW1 Location Filming

In our film ‘Tell Them of Us’, we told the story of WW1 casualty, Robert Crowder, who died at Passchendaele aged just 21. We told his story through his letters and from the perspective of his family at home. We didn’t however, in the scope of that format, explain what had happened to Robert’s brother William when he went missing and what he…

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Chris Gordon, Composer

We were very fortunate to have the extremely talented and versatile musician/composer Chris Gordon as composer for ‘Tell Them of Us’. Chris is now composing for the follow-up drama-documentary, ‘William’s Story’. Here is a little more about Chris and the process of writing for our film: Chris is a musician, composer and producer from Glasgow. As a recording artist he…

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Tell Them of Us

With the anniversary of the First World War approaching we (Crow’s Eye Productions and WAG Screen) felt strongly that we should do something to mark it. After much deliberation we decided to tell the story of one small Lincolnshire war memorial, but we should choose it without any knowledge of the stories it might tell. We had in mind a…

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