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Stepping Boldly

A Print campaign for Stepping Stones designed and delivered along with some subtle reviving of their corporate branding.

The new clean look we developed for the website back in May has been taken onboard and updated with a new slogan for general application.

The Print ad will be distributed through the Gala and Rank Bingo Chains in Manchester

Sylhet Times Launch Video completed

We have just completed the editing of a video opener for the Launch of the Sylhet Times Newspaper as part of the Multimedia support we are providing for the event.

The launch event will held at Gallery Oldham

Original Music for the event and video has been created by Angur Miah who also provided music for "SRB6: Inside stories".

SRB6 the Final Chapter

SRB6 "Inside Stories."
Delivered 12 May 2008

The project was started in Autumn 2007 with filming of interviews and locations continuing until late January 2008. It included 22 Interviews with members of staff, other participants and residents in areas covered by the scheme.

We covered 18 locations and 12 addtional photo-shoots. Graphics for the video included 3d visualisations of maps and incorporation of archive material collected during the projects.

The DVD had a total content of over 60 mins in 14 themed sections with chapter-points for individual interviews within each section plus bonus features.


SRB6 Homezone Interview

22 Jan 2008 -SRB6 Interview Completed
Ruth Billingham & Norfolk St Resident Interviewed about The local residents' involvement in the remodelling of Norfolk St..HomeZone

454 Music Video Aired on MTV

The Music video "We want your minds" produced with Big Block 454 was aired on MTV Europe.

The film was a fast-cut mash-up of graphics, animation and simulated-ads shot for the occasion complimenting the track.   

Hylo Havoc at Manchester Airport

Real-Time developed a computer game to be played at the freight exhibition at Manchester Airport.

The goal of the player was to safely uload a fully-laden 747 fright-aircraft using a Scissor-lift (known as a Hylo), while dodging traffic and staff moving around the runway and apron. The game was programmed and ran on the BBC Model B Microcomputer.

Janus Factor

Indie film production, 16mm filmed in Black & White.

A detective mystery with Sci-Fi elements

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