With a string of successful films in our portfolio and a prominent location in Camden, London, F73 Productions is one of the leading names in charity video production in the UK. We continue to be actively involved in helping various charitable organisations across the south of England and the rest of the UK raise funds through memorable and compelling visuals.
When it comes to charity in the UK, there are few events or causes bigger than Sport Relief and we are proud to have played an integral role in helping the fundraising event raise valuable awareness and money to aid vulnerable people in our country, as well as in some of the world’s poorest nations.
In order for any charity to appeal to the masses, it must have a presence across all media channels. While a large proportion of Sport Relief programming is featured on television, the event understands the ever-increasing influence of the internet and how online videos appeal to donators.
Given our experience in successful charity and viral video production, F73 Productions were approached by Sport Relief to produce a number of exclusive online ‘behind the scenes’ features for iTunes users.
Complementing the BBC 1 programming, these videos were designed to give viewers a look of what goes into the making of the hilarious sketches – providing plenty of laughs of their own along the way.
Among the behind the scenes sketches produced were Miranda Hart does Sport Relief, a 30-minute film featuring the cast of the hit show Miranda, along with sporting icons including Tim Henman, Gary Lineker, James Cracknell, Michael Owen and Jessica Ennis. Additionally, Absolutely Fabulous Does Sport Relief took a 20-minute look at the cast of the classic comedy and special guests Emma Bunton, Kate Moss, and Stella McCartney on location as they filmed against the clock.
F73 Productions was also asked to produce a 30-minute online exclusive behind the scenes feature for the innovate Strictly Does Sport Relief, which followed past contestants of Strictly Come Dancing, Harry Judd and Chelsee Healy, as they embarked on a mission to replicate their dancing success underwater. The feature turned out to be every bit as entertaining as the BBC 1 show, providing an insight of what went into making the film and the hard work put in by the dancers and crew.
The Sport Relief online films are good example of our reputation as a leading viral video production company and an idea of how our visuals can greatly benefit any charity.
If you are looking to raise awareness for your organisation or have a campaign that you wish to promote, get in touch with F73 Productions today.