We all know that communication is key during times of crisis.
According to research, just 7% of communication is the actual words - the remaining 93% comes from body language and voice, which is why film is such a powerful tool with which to reach your audiences.
But what do you do when social distancing and self isolation prevents filming? Obviously, we cannot break any of the rules, but we can still help you.
Who do you want to get messages out from? Who do your residents need to see for reassurance? What would you prefer to communicate in film rather than text?
Here's where we can help. These days everyone can film themselves, but not everyone has the skills to do it well. We can provide advice and guidance to whoever you would like to appear in a coronavirus update film, so they can film themselves in the best way possible. We can then edit this, including any logos, photographs, slides you might have and you can get it straight out to your audiences.
What's more, we don't just bring film skills to the table. Before setting up End 2 End Productions, we both worked in communications at English Heritage. Mark made the promotional and internal films and Victoria was Head of Internal Communications. In 2001, during the foot and mouth crisis Victoria was a key part of the team co-ordinating English Heritage's response and dealing with enquiries.
We know the importance of communication during these testing times and we are ready to help. Our rates are very reasonable and flexible. We want to do all we can to help you reassure your audiences that you will help them through this.