IFIC has become one of the premiere resources in the nation for promoting science-based information about the food Americans eat. They are in a constant battle to defend against scare tactics and sensationalist stories that have become easier to generate than ever. This short video we created for them -- aided greatly by the music -- was charged with getting their story out to their members in a way that reflected the seriousness and critical nature of their mission.
Produced by HanlonVideoPartners with the perfect music accompaniment by Killer Tracks.
CustomCorporateVideos.com produced this from script to screen for one of the nation's largest hotel management companies. By combining royalty-free (but relevant) stills and stock footage, we eliminated thousands in costs to give them a final product that gets the point across beautifully to college students looking for a career in the hospitality industry. This video was responsible for positioning Crestline as a leader in the industry -- and more importantly to our HR client at Crestline, positioned the company as a fun place to work. (Even better, it actually is!) We hadn't graduated to exclusively hi-def at this point, but the quality comes through. And the client saved enough money to produce another video a few months later.
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Interstate's goal was to show themselves as friendly and inviting as possible to their new hires, on a limited budget. We made them happy on both counts.
Gerry Hanlon wrote and co-produced this heartwarming video for United Way of Central Maryland. The transformative stories you'll see helped to burnish the image of United Way so effectively that it was cited as "one of their most effective video efforts ever" by the organization's marketing director. Yes, those are real tears being shed.
Anyone can shoot video. HanlonVideoPartners tells stories from the heart, succinctly and beautifully. The whole idea is to make everyone - clients and viewers alike - feel good about the final video, and even better about the organization it represents. I'd be happy to share more with you if you'll drop me a line at email@example.com. Thanks for watching!