In comparison to a typical corporate video, a Media Button defined corporate brand film is a richly crafted video with a strong storyline and a cinematic look and feel – like a movie or high-end documentary as opposed to a local newscast looking video. While incorporating key corporate objectives that sell, promote, build trust, and support marketing initiatives, a Media Button corporate film is often designed in a more current, subtle and non-salesy fashion.
Utilizing the latest cinema style cameras, cine lenses and advanced filmmaking techniques, our award-winning team can help your company create a powerful filmic presentation that effectively communicates just about anything you need to. Whether launching a new product or service, detailing a project, presenting your company’s history, profile or vision, or building your brand awareness, a Media Button corporate film is the right medium for your message. We understand how to get you the results that are sure to impress your stakeholders and engage your target audience.
The combination of our over 15 years of video experience, facilities, equipment, focus and our team of award-winning creative professionals positions us to truly make a difference. Were here to make your next brand film a success.
Aimee Williams, Mark Anthony Wine and Spirits
Warren Mirko, Communications Officer, ApegBC
Peter Angle, Bell Media
Our Vancouver and Kelowna video studios offer over 8,500 sq. of inspiring creative space in a light and sound controlled environment perfect for interviews, small-medium products, on camera presenters, greens screen filming and more!
2 photo and video shooting studios
Pro video cameras and gear
Audio recording & production studio
Video editing suites
Pro lighting and sound
4K UAV aerial drone, jib, & dolly
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