Corporate Video Production by Blue Sky Film & Media for the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust = Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire.
This heritage sector video was produced as both a fundraising campaign video and as a general promotional video to trail the opening of the re-development of Shakespeare’s New Place.
Shakespeare lived at New Place for the last 19 years of his life, until he died there in 1616. The house itself was demolished in the 18th Century, but the site where it stood is now held by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.
To marke the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, the trust are now working on a creative and inspiring reinterpretation of the site,t o be opened to the public in April 2006.
Educational video produced for the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust’s, Shakespeare Week, a nationwide initiative to introduce Shakespeare to primary school aged children and their families.
The video was produced as part of a range of engaging resources available to families in libraries across the UK during Shakespeare Week. Taking Shakespeare’s viewpoint as a boy, this fictional piece makes the link between everyday childhood experience and the potential for its use as a source of inspiration for writing.
Tourism promotional video – An introduction to the sight-seeing, family and cultural activities on offer at the historic Shakespeare family homes around Stratford Upon Avon. Shot on location in Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire.
Produced by CKVP and filmed by Blue Sky Film & Media, this event video presents highlights from the Sir Terry Wogan Gala Lunch at the Savoy Hotel, London. The lunch, in aid of BBC Children in Need, featured charity supporters, hosted by celebrity guests and entertained by stars such as Darius, Owen Jones, Andy Bell and The Overtones.
This promotional video for Aim Higher, tells the story of a creative arts project bringing together dance and sculpture in a performance by the children of Church Down School. A mix of filming and special graphical effects are used to help express the fusion of the different art forms. Aim Higher is an initiative led by the University of Gloucestershire seeking to raise the educational aspirations of young people.