NEWS - LATEST PROJECTS

Max Films continues to work with diverse clients across a range of exciting projects. Here are the latest updates on those projects.

MEDICAL SERIES APPEALS TO BROADCASTERS

An exciting new access medical series developed by Max Films has found favour with a number of channels. After months of negotiation, Max has secured access to one of the leading medical units in a specialised field in the UK. Now the series proposal…

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Major property firm orders videos

One of the oldest and most prestigious property firms in the country - Calthorpe Estates - has confirmed an order with Max Films for a number of videos to mark their 300th anniversary. Calthorpe Estates still own around 1600 acres of Edgbaston, comprising the best residential, retail, educational and leading edge medical use in the Midlands.

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UK Athletics Boss Praises Max Films

Niels DeVos, Chief Executive of UK Athletics has praised Max Films work on a special video created to thank Athletics Fans who attended the Muller Anniversary Games at the London Stadium last year. 'Working with Max was a real pleasure', said Niels, 'he intuitively grasped…

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Znak TV Development

Max Films is proud to announce an exciting broadcast development collaboration with Znak TV and renowned factual producer Natalka Znak. Over a distinguished career Natalka has created and produced many mega hits including 'I'm a Celebrity' and 'Hell's Kitchen'. Max is working with her company on a couple of documentary projects currently…

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Video Marketing partnership with Swan Magazines

Max is delighted to announce his exciting new collaboration with the highly successful Swan Publishing Group. Founded and run by Amy Watson, Swan has four local magazines that go to 40,000 homes in Moseley, King's Heath, Edgbaston, Harborne and Solihull. With over 1000 satisfied advertisers, Swan is perfectly positioned to take advantage of the current video boom as companies realise that print and static web advertising is…

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