We want you to think of us as your in-house video production company and creative partner. Whether you need a web commercial, event sizzle video, corporate media communications, testimonial, explainer, or coverage of live events. Studio B Films will work with you to create engaging content that successfully connects with your audience and helps achieve your goals. Our trifecta of creativity, collaboration, and experience have made us leaders in creating award-winning videos that get recognized. As your creative partner, our job is to understand your needs, challenges and goals. Our content involves much more than just removing friction from the buying process. We aim to inspire and foster an emotional connection with your audience and customers through memorable and meaningful storytelling.
Our first step is the discovery phase where our goal is to fully understand the objectives of the videos we are creating, the intended audience, and what will motivate and inspire that audience.
Production is where all of our discovery and planning pays off. We put together an all-star team of creative professionals armed with the latest video production tools to execute on the creative vision for your project.
Next, we move into post-production, working seamlessly and iteratively with our client as the edit takes shape, normally across three rounds of editorial.
Producing compelling and effective video for our clients is of the utmost importance. Throughout the process, we are optimizing the content for delivery across social media, web, and paid media advertisement.
Whether the goal is to build an audience, generate leads, educate a team, or communicate in an engaging way with clients–Studio B works with you every step of the way.
There are a lot of talented creative agencies and video production companies in the San Francisco Bay Area (and beyond). So how do you know which one is the best fit for your video marketing needs?
Looking through a creative video production agency’s portfolio can not only give you a good sense of where they shine but is also a great way to explore and discover how that video company has approached similar video production projects. Sometimes, this can also serve as a reference for how you want the agency to approach your own video production project.
You may have a clear idea of how to best approach your video production project. However, if other approaches seem appropriate for your intended audience and will help elevate your brand, a good creative video agency should develop concepts to that end. In our opinion, by finding unexpected approaches that capture the imagination, videos can win the hearts and minds of your customers.
Producing a video campaign with a new video production company can be stressful, but it can also be a lot of fun. Starting with the first call or in-person meeting, it’s important to take the time to assess if your team is going to enjoy working with the agency on the video project. Does the video agency feel like a good cultural fit for your company? Are they collaborative? Do you love their treatments? After all, creative storytelling and video production should be fun.
It’s important that a video production agency can communicate their process and explain all of its phases – from pre-production services through post-production. It’s also essential that they give you a production calendar with milestones. That way, you will know you’re on target to meet your deadline within budget.
We begin every project with a conversation we call the discovery phase, where we learn about your company’s brand and video needs. If an agency isn’t asking you lots of questions about your brand and your audience, there’s no way they will know how to connect with them. After initial conversations, we pull together a proposal that outlines not only our proposed approach but also the goals and objectives of the video project, as well as our assumptions about the intended audience and how to engage them best.
It’s part of the video production agency’s job to make sure that the budget is realistic and aligns with the creative approach the client has agreed to. If a video production company presents a budget that seems too good to be true, it probably is.