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We are a video production agency that has been based in Hong Kong for over 15 years. We are used by Marketing Agencies, PR Agencies, Events Companies and TV Networks. Filming in Hong Kong is pretty simple, by outsourcing to us we can save you on huge travel costs and we can be your trusted partner. We can shoot local Asia-based content for b-roll or interviews as well as be your agency on the ground helping with all aspects of the production process including pre-production, filming and editing.
Get in touch to talk to us about your next video production in Asia today.
SOME SAMPLE PROJECTS
Global Brands launched a partnership with David Beckham aimed at bringing global sporting talents to Asia and partnering them with Chinese brands. To minimise the amount of time it would take to film 4 interviews, only one camera crew was allowed in the room. Their PR agency picked Tonic Media to be that crew and we filmed these interviews for TV networks including Bloomberg and CNBC.
Brightcove are a digital content distributer who came to us to help shoot 2 testimonial videos in Hong Kong, one with TV5Monde and another with Mirum. Their Asia HQ is based in Singapore but these clients are based up in Hong Kong so we helped them to set-up the shoot, film and edit. We shot both videos on location in their respective offices and used b-roll supplied by them to help bring the story to life. We shot this on Panasonic GH4 and finished up in 1080p.
Speedo wanted to create a global internal communications video to showcase their progress around the world in different markets. We filmed the Hong Kong part of their story and matched the footage and framing requirements as briefed from the agency in London. This was filmed using the Panasonic GH4 in 4k.
We worked with FWD on several videos for internal communications via their marketing agency. They wanted to make some content to help the CEO communicate to the entire company all in one go. As they are spread across several countries this was only possible by making videos that he could attach to an email to ensure everyone received the message at the same time. This was filmed using the Panasonic GH4 in 4k.