Video content blog

With brands’ insatiable demand for social video content showing no signs of abating, we understand producers are being stretched like never before. With time at a premium and working with diluted budgets across multiple campaigns, surely something has got to give.

Not necessarily. With our unique ability to plan, create and deliver, all under one roof we can produce animated social content easily, quickly and cost effectively.

Our team meets the fast-paced, endless appetite for advertising content and takes the pain out of production. Our highly resourced studio has everything you need in-house, a one stop-shop with dedicated producers, script writers, illustrators, animators and technicians.

All this creative talent is housed within 5,000sq ft of versatile production space, including two fully equipped studios (including a built-in infinity cove), production office, model-making workshop, digital lab and edit suite. This means there is no stress about booking freelance crew, kit and space. Our comprehensive, agile setup saves you time and money with reduced production time and lower costs.

We pride ourselves in creating innovative compelling content that tells authentic stories. Whether you’re looking for that a special hero film, or have been charged with producing short-form video content for an entire calendar year, all you need to do is send us a brief and we can do the rest. Check out our guide on how to write an animation brief which will point you in the right direction

If you have a brief or concept or want to find out more about how we can assist your content requirements, we’d love to hear from you. We welcome visitors to the studio to gain a greater insight into our setup and capabilities, or you can always give us a call.

If you want to be kept updated with studio news, simply sign up to our email newsletter below:
[gravityform id=”2″ title=”true” description=”true”]

Contact

Processing...
Thank you! Your subscription has been confirmed. You'll hear from us soon.
A+C Studios Newsletter
ErrorHere