Background Noise Productions
High frequency filmmaking
Our mission is to support like-minded businesses working towards a more socially and environmentally conscious world.
We create video content tailored to your branding, and design visual marketing strategies to support your mission.
We know that we are stronger together than apart.
We know that people are tired, but feel too small to make a difference; too quiet to be heard.
We want to bring the background noises of discontent to the foreground of social awareness, and we do this by using online platforms to spread motivational messages about active projects for change.
Raising awareness is one thing, but we believe that building networks must be at the core if we are to build strong foundations for the world we are working towards.
Our goal is simple:
to help you be heard above the noise
Video content is the fastest growing method for the transmission of information.
As a team of freelance marketing specialists, Background Noise Productions are looking for projects to support in this fight for global awareness through video content development and social media presence.
Whether through music videos, promotional films or documentaries, our team will work with you to find the best way of telling your story, creating tailored video content designed to support your individual marketing strategy.
Max Archer is hired to investigate the murder of Annabel Spade.
As he circles the city, the answers he gets may be leading him further from the truth than he thinks.
Filmed in April 2015, in Grenoble, France.
The Princess and The Pill
Lost in the rush of London, Hannah is swept through the city on a treadmill of routine.
The surreal world of her dreams is haunted by a disturbing figure, his presence breaking through to the everyday monotony as she struggles under the lights and sounds that drown out any real interaction.
Music: 'Girl on an Island' by Alice Phoebe Lou
Filmed in December 2014, in London, UK.
A woman returns home with work to do when she gets there.
Filmed in June 2013, in Birmingham, UK.