Commercial Production

This is where we iron out the details and ensure a streamlined, consistent, and cost-effective shoot.

It involves finalizing the script, hiring the actors and crew, finding locations, determining what equipment you’ll need, and figuring out the budget.

Whether we’re shooting on-location or in-studio, our cinematographers will capture the highest quality footage of your production.

Production is the actual filming of the video. Our production team will bring crew, equipment, talent, and all necessary props out to the location to capture all the necessary footage.

If you’re adding elements such as motion graphics, animation, or voice-overs to your video, the material will be produced in the production stage.

Post-Production refers to all of the tasks associated with cutting raw footage, assembling that footage, adding music, dubbing, sound effects, and more. Editing is where the magic happens.

Post is where all the footage is constructed and the final touches, that make the elements of the video really pop, are added to the final product.

Frequently Asking Questions

What Budget Ranges Do You Work In?
We typically work between budgets of $2,500 - $50,000 But, we have the capabilities to go bigger or smaller if necessary depending on the project.
What's your timeline on getting my video made?
First, we recommend awarding the job at least three weeks before shoot day. For any script to screen projects, please allow at least 6 weeks as it will enable us to bring on the best personnel for the job.
How long will it take to complete a project
The simplicity or complexity of your video project will affect the final time to complete each project. But, that will be discussed once we start to dive into the details of your project.
How Does The Initial Deposit Work?
For us to begin the video production process, you are required to pay a retainer for 50% of the full budget. The other 50% that’s left is paid when the video has been completed.
How Many Revisions Rounds Do We Get?
After you see the first rough cut and request changes, we then provide you with a more fined tuned cut and ask for any last changes to be made. The final cut is where you can request additional changes as well. So that means you have three (3) opportunities to provide feedback and to make changes with your video before any additional charges may occur.