Our client was an entrepreneur that wanted a TV commercial video to showcase the launch of his new product, a dog tracker. We brainstormed different concepts and agreed upon a video that captured the relationship between a little girl and her dog who goes missing but then is found using her dad’s Tracca App. Animals and children are notoriously challenging to work with however we were able to manage both well and it was worth it as we captured some poignant moments with very lovable characters.
Lightly Frozen Productions have been an absolute pleasure to work with. Their dedication and prowess over their work has been a breathe of fresh air and a fantastic help to me and us as Tracca Uk Ltd prepares to launch our first product.
We approached Lightly Frozen Productions (along with other film production companies) with a need to produce an advert to show off our product as well as help build our brand perception. Roy contacted me almost straight away and it was obvious to me that the passion and drive he had would be a massive help and offer a credit to my company by choosing to work with him and his team.
The script that I offered was very vague but Roy managed to dig through my waffle and derive a robust script. From that he and his team produced an advert that I am immensely proud of. The advert they have produced gets the point across in such a subtle way that it exudes class and makes you fall in love with the characters, story and most importantly the product in such a powerful way.
Roy and his team have risen to every challenge throughout this project. They have sought music, accreditation, explored legalities regarding the various app stores that the products app is available from, managed the Clear Cast process as well as dealing with my requests in a way that has kept the advert true to what I wanted at the start and not going on tangents.
I would massively recommend this company. Not only because of the fact that they are very talented film producers but also because they stick to their values (they are not afraid to say no if they believe that a request will take the production in the wrong direction) and they will go to every length to deliver the project on time and to every requirement needed even if it is slightly out of their job description.Toby Mills