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When Ridley Scott’s film adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s novel ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep hit cinemas in 1982, it divided both critics and fans of Dick’s work. A neo-noir science fiction film, Blade Runner’s depiction of a dystopian Los Angeles was both beautiful and nightmarish, portraying a future of neon drenched city streets […]Read more
Hi all, Dean here from Creative Pie Films. Today im going to talk about how to get that interview for your corporate video looking tip top. This is extremely important in a talking heads film as it will help engage your viewers and most all all help get your message across. Lets begin shall we…. […]Read more
So we enter 2017 and we see new emerging ways for companies to market themselves, however, i’m not talking about VR or 360 videos, today im talking about classic promotional video content. There is so much research and quantitative data floating around stating that video will be the next big marketing trend in 2017 and […]Read more
2016 was the year of learning to fly, promoting more Priory Private services, filming schools that support children with Autism, something called Pickleball…. Oh and add a dash of working with Mary Berry! What a year this has been for Creative Pie Films. We have continued our exciting journey back into the world of production […]Read more
After making do with an off-the-shelf WordPress theme, we thought it was finally time to invest in a bespoke website design and replace our current site with a slicker, more advanced fully responsive one. So what’s new? We’ve refreshed the content and tied it all in with our social media activity, as well as introducing […]Read more
Promotional Films and Mary Berry! No Team Pie wasn’t baking a three tier wedding cake with the lovely Mary Berry.. But…. Mary’s baking was featured, but the aim of this promotional film was to document the phenomenal efforts of the National Trust and it’s volunteers as they knitted their way into the Guinness World Record […]Read more