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Edes House is a fantastic venue in the centre of Chichester that can provide a great place for meetings (including a recent one we held), film shoots, weddings, dinners etc. We've been working with the team at Edes House and West Sussex County Council in producing two promotional films.
The challenge for… Read More
We've been working with 4 young filmmakers as part of the Strong Voices project in mentoring them to produce their own film and gain an Arts Award qualification through the process. Artswork provided the film's brief: to create a 10 minute documentary that explores the outcomes of a "theatre-based numeracy project"… Read More
Today we started filming for War At Sea, a documentary project written and filmed by students at Havant College Sixth Form. After an advanced production workshop we interviewed Ian Banfield who is a local artist and is re-producing WW1 photos with oil on canvas. The results are stunning, evocative and… Read More
Today marked the culmination of our Science Fiction film project with St George's school in Portsmouth and to mark the grand finale we screened all the films and the 'making of' documentary at the amazing Number 6 Cinema in Portsmouth Dockyard. It was attended by all year groups as well as… Read More
The guys at Stopgap have produced another stunning piece of work. 'Exhibition' is a collection of eclectic dance miniatures featuring Stopgap's emerging artist company, Sg2. This promo was recorded during a live performance at the West Wing Arts Centre. Read More
We are proud of our association with St George's Beneficial C of E Primary School in Portsmouth. This Autumn term we have been working with Year 5 and 6 pupils in the Science Fiction genre. The 50 pupils that we have worked with have been looking at fairytales as part of… Read More
This month we welcome Oli to Millstream. He first worked with us on a D-Day project back in May and has impressed us ever since. Read More
Today, Millstream celebrates its third birthday and we’re taking 5 minutes off to look back at our journey so far. When we started in 2011 our ambition was to make important work, meet inspiring new colleagues and build something that was ours. Three years on, our work has been shown globally,… Read More
Today we've been at the British Film Institution screening our latest film for Artsmark. Building on from last years film, this year is all about collaboration. In addition to the screening we also filmed and edited a short highlights package of the day which was then shown at the end… Read More
The Emsworth British Food Fortnight is a wonderful iniative run by the Emsworth Business Assosciation with support from all over the town. The 'Fortnight ties in with the British Food Fortnight, an annual festival that culminates in the harvest festival, and is Emsworth's take on it. In typical Emsworth fashion, it… Read More
Last night saw the launch of our latest documentary, Emsworth's Oysters. Screened to a private audience at The Brookfield Hotel in Emsworth the film was warmly received. We're looking forward to seeing the film go out into the wider community and reaching as big an audience as possible. Read More
We have completed the final touches to our latest timelapse film for TEC Construction. As always, the great guys at TEC have supported us in getting more abitious and adventurous than the last video and we introduced point of view cameras to capture the action. Merging timelapse cameras with real-time POV… Read More
We have been working with the guys at Mathemagical in producing a new promotional film for their work within the school setting. It was great to catch up with Steph again and to see how their company has grown since we produced their first promo. Read More
Today we began work on a brand new long-term timelapse project in Surrey for TEC Construction. For this film we are using a motion controller to give our timelapses movement and a much more cinematic feel. Read More
When filming Emsworth’s Oysters we knew that we had a mixture of changing environments from fishing boats at sea to back gardens so we had to choose a set up that can adapt.
Our main camera was our Canon C300 which is perfect for this style of documentary. It’s small enough… Read More
Before starting my work experience this week I honestly was unsure of what to expect regarding what we would be shooting. Upon learning that it would be a documentary on the conservation of oyster fishing in the local town of Emsworth I was enthusiastic to really get myself involved in the… Read More
We were asked by our friends at Stopgap to produce a short trailer filmed live in Portsmouth for one of their new productions, The Awakening. This stunning piece of work, choreographed by Chris Pavia, shows the battle between light and dark.
We had a lot of fun shooting this film over… Read More
Today we screened our promo film for Arts Award at the British Film Institute on the Southbank. We have been mentoring four young people in filmmaking whilst helping them gain accreditation through the Arts Award, abley assisted by Sally Dean. Their skills were put to use in producing a film for… Read More
Arts Award is a great way for young people to gain accreditation through taking part in the arts. We have produced a promotional film whilst assisting five young people in gaining their own arts award. We have mentored and trainned our young filmmakers in all aspects of producing a promo and… Read More
The wonderful Wet Picnic have been working with three colleges, supported by the University of Winchester, in producing three street art performances. The performances took place at this years Winchester Hat Fair. We have produced a short documentary that covers the inspiration, motivation and outcome of such an event. Read More