Branded films
Social media clips
Youtube videos
Corporate events
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Out There Films has been making promotional videos and branding films since 2006.

We work with a wide range of businesses and organisations and our client list includes VISA, Mastercard, Samsung, Telefonica and Forestry Commission England.

We help our clients tell their own unique story to the world, through captivating and engaging promotional videos.

The Norfolk Brewhouse

A short film featuring the winner of the East of England Coop’s 2019 ‘Producer of the Year’ awards. We worked with the supermarket’s marketing and PR teams to craft naturalistic documentary style films to showcase their top food and drink suppliers. We have filmed the last six years of the competition, featuring 36 different producers.

The Coop Juniors

One of a series of nine films for the East of England Coop’s ‘Small Things Big Difference’ campaign, launched on web and social media platforms. These films illustrate how those little extra efforts the supermarket makes can have a huge benefit to customers and the local community alike. This film reached out to over 42,000 viewers on YouTube and even more on social media.

What is coppicing

One of 11 informational films made for Forestry Commission England, which in total have achieved over 240,000 views to date. The videos range from educational pieces about current tree diseases and forestry practices, to calls to action, helping generate awareness about grant funding and other opportunities for land-owners, foresters and the general public.

Hillfarm Oils

One of four broadcast TV commercials we produced for supermarket chain The East of England Coop featured on regional ITV terrestrial telelvision. The brief was to create non-glossy true to life representations of their suppliers, ranging from strawberry to egg producers.

Meet up Mondays

A recent film we produced for a regional charity that aims to combat loneliness in the community by inviting pubs and cafés to host community get-togethers on a Monday morning. The brief of the film is to explain what the charity does and encourage more pub and café owners to get on board