Thrilled to see that Liberty Global has been nominated for for a PR Week Award in the Public Affairs category, for their ‘Powering the UK’s Vital Connections’ campaign. This was a targeted brand awareness drive aimed at UK politicians, their advisors and people who influence them. We produced all the films in the campaign and you can watch one of our favourites here and read more about the campaign here.
Last year, we made a film that introduced The Partnership Plan to all John Lewis Partners. This year, we created two further films to show Partners at Waitrose and John Lewis, just what that plan meant. With two Partners recording the voiceovers from the safety of their own homes, we put together two fun, stylish films that curated the best of their photography and footage to bring the detail of the plan to life.
The films were for internal eyes only, but if you’re a Waitrose or John Lewis customer, you can expect an even better shopping experience in the very near future.
We are delighted to be shortlisted for another film for our work with Turn On The Subtitles, this time at the EVCOM Clarion Awards. This nomination means a lot for our team as it was a ‘side of desk’ passion project. When Oli Barrett and Henry Warren told us that the simple act of turning on the subtitles could double the chance of a child becoming good at reading, we knew we had to help by making a film that would persuade broadcasters and parents to ‘Turn On The Subtitles’ by default. The campaign has had some incredible success which you can read about here and you can watch our film here.
Accenture’s latest research suggests we’re on the brink of a post-pandemic boom. Business confidence is rising, digital transformation is accelerating and opportunities abound. In our one hour live special, three of Accenture’s top executives came together to discuss the state of the nation post-pandemic and post-Brexit. You can watch the highlights film here and the full hour here.
Sometimes great ideas are right in front you.
Our team produced the animation that helped launch this brilliant initiative, one that’s garnered the support of Stephen Fry and Rachel Riley and persuaded platforms including Netflix, YouTube and Sky to get involved.
Today, we’re delighted to hear that the film has been nominated for a Brand Film Award, but even happier to know that ‘Turn on the Subtitles’ has positively impacted children’s lives for the better.
Some people come along and leave a lasting imprint on your mind. And that was certainly the case with Julian Hall who runs Ultra Education. His incredible work helps young people from disadvantaged backgrounds by giving them an understanding of business and entrepreneurship, which in turn helps develop their communication skills, self esteem and interpersonal skills.
This film is one in a series we made for Liberty Global (parent company of Virgin Media) to show how they are powering the UK’s vital connections. You find out more about Julian’s inspirational work in our film here and see the rest of the series here.
Will Heslop, a wine specialist at Berry Bros. & Rudd, describes Burgundy as ‘the most seductive wine region’ and having produced the film to launch their 2019 Burgundy En Primeur campaign, we couldn’t agree more.
Enjoy a little taste of this incredible region by watching our film here and you can find out more about the wines here.
We are delighted to announce that we have won three Golds and a Silver at the 2020 Evcom London Film Awards for our work with Accenture, Barclays, Condé Nast and McDonald’s. You can watch one of the award-winning films that we produced for Condé Nast here.
We were thrilled that the John Lewis Partnership asked us to help them communicate their new, five-year strategic plan to Partners right across their business. With a big ambition to improve lives and create a more sustainable future, purpose is at the heart of the plan; for which all Partners were given the opportunity to contribute ideas. So, who better to tell everyone about it than the Partners themselves?
You’ll have to work with the Partnership to watch the film but you can read more about their exciting plan here.
Having recently refreshed their brand look-and-feel (which now includes a colourful slice of rainbow) the team at Virgin Media gave us a challenge. To create a product-focussed, promotional animation including the new branding, products and even step-by-step instructions.
Here’s the result – a vibrant, punchy mix of 2D and 3D shouting proudly about ‘Trade Up’, a new way customers can upgrade early to get a phone that’s shinier, sooner.
And now for some good news…we are proud to have been nominated for four EVCOM London Film awards for our work with Accenture, Barclays, Condé Nast and McDonald’s.
Fingers crossed for the awards night!
We are delighted to have won in the Sustainability category at Campaign’s Brand Film Awards, for our work with McDonald’s. Our series of films was for their Flagship Farmer Program, a sustainability initiative designed to inspire change. You can view one of our winning films here.
The 28th edition of Vogue is coming to Scandinavia and to herald this exciting news, we were asked to produce the launch film with Martina Bonnier, the Editor-in-Chief.
Featuring stunning black and white cinematography from Mikael Jansson, the film reflects Martina’s vision for the magazine at a time where fashion is facing tremendous change.
The film is being shown across social media and on the new Vogue Scandinavia website, but you can view it here.
COVID-19 has created many challenges in corporate comms. One of Accenture’s was how to communicate the outtakes of their highly regarded, six month Global Leadership Development programme. The programme enables Leaders from across Accenture’s international offices to learn and develop new skills and key insights relating to some of the biggest trends impacting business and our lives today.
Over the last six weeks we’ve been combining user generated footage from nine countries with animation to create six short films that explore fascinating and complex subjects. These have now been launched to an internal, global audience, who can now better understand the challenges around data privacy, AI, climate change and human potential.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Liberty Global’s teams have been working hard to keep people connected to what really matters. We were asked to script, produce and edit this heartfelt film, to give a flavour of all the great things they’ve been doing. You can watch the film here!
We are thrilled to announce that our recent series of films for McDonald’s have been nominated for Campaign’s Brand Film Awards in the Sustainability Category.
Shot in Texas, South Dakota and Alberta, these films feature ranchers from the McDonald’s Flagship Farmer Program, which aims to encourage farmer-to-farmer sharing of sustainable practices.
We will have to wait until April to find out if we have won – watch this space! Click here to watch the film!
We were delighted to win an award at the prestigious EVCOM film awards hosted at the BFI, for our work with Conde Nast. The winning film was an advert that helped launch Vogue Greece across Social and TV channels earlier this year. We were also delighted to be shortlisted for our work with Berry Bros. & Rudd and Barclays in the hotly contested Brand Communication category. You can see our Vogue Greece film here.
We are thrilled to announce our work with McDonald’s on their Flagship Farmer initiative, a farmer-to-farmer sustainability program to help ranchers producers, farmers and growers share and learn from each other. Our work took us to South Dakota, Calgary and Texas to meet some incredible ranchers and hear how they are helping to look after their land for many generations to come. You can view all the films on the McDonald’s website here and you can learn how Lyle and his son Luke are looking after their prairie in our film here.
Condé Nast is home to some of the world’s most iconic brands including The New Yorker, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Wired and GQ. So when they asked us to produce the film for their newly launched website this month, we jumped at the chance. You can see it here or on their new website here.
When we won the pitch to produce a film for The John Lewis Partnership earlier this year, we were thrilled that we would be working with the UK’s largest employee-owned business and parent company of two much-loved retail brands – John Lewis & Partners and Waitrose & Partners. Our task was to create a film to tell the story of what they do and why, featuring Partners from right across the business. We worked with brilliant clients on this film, but our biggest thanks goes to the Partners who featured in the film…they were all absolute stars! You can view the film here.
We are thrilled to announce that we have been nominated for two awards at this year’s EVCOM Film Awards. We’ve been shortlisted for our work with Condé Nast, where we produced an advert to herald the launch of Vogue Greece and for our work with Barclays on their high-profile Armed Forces Campaign.
What if we told you that you that there was a way to dramatically improve the literacy levels of millions of children by pressing a single button. Sounds too good to be true right? That’s what we thought, but then we got involved with the ‘Turn On The Subtitles’ (TOTS) campaign.
Extensive research across multiple countries has shown that turning on same language subtitles can dramatically improve literacy rates. We are proudly helping to spread the word with this film, because we know this is a change that really can make a difference to millions of lives. Watch the film here.
GVC is a FTSE 250 entertainment and leisure brand and we are proud to be collaborating with them on their global employer brand proposition. This first film is designed to power their recruitment drive, by showing what it’s like to work in their fast paced and exciting Tech team. You can watch our film here.
This week Vogue arrived in Greece. We were thrilled to be asked by Condé Nast to produce and direct the commercial to herald the fashion and lifestyle magazine’s launch. The ad has been played on Greek TV, but if you aren’t lucky enough to be there, you can view the film on Social Media channels and here!
Virgin Atlantic and Britain’s oldest wine merchant Berry Bros. & Rudd have been in partnership since 2015, ensuring those in-flight can enjoy some wonderful wines. The wines are carefully selected by their experienced wine buying team and we think they might just have the best job in the world. Watch our film to see why…
Whether you’re in, or have left the Armed Forces, Barclays have a range of services to help, and they wanted a series of films to help deliver this message. Our films won a prestigious Dolphin at the Cannes Corporate and TV Awards and we are thrilled to see the films go live. You can watch one of the films here.
We are absolutely delighted that Taylor Made Media and Barclays have just been awarded a Cannes Dolphin in the Social Media and Short Video Category for our films that promote their Armed Forces Campaign. A huge team effort. We are thrilled!
When director and cinematographer Jonathan Clabburn was commissioned by Bloomberg to create a film, he asked our team to produce it. This beautiful film celebrates the new publicly accessible ‘Bloomberg Arcade’ designed by Fosters+ Partners. The film now loops on the Bloomberg Arcade website and provides imagery for use in print and online. You can watch the film here.
American Express asked us to create a series of films that would empower customers to complete simple tasks on their new app and website. Our concept was to make their Contact Centre staff the stars of the piece, by recording their friendly and instructive step-by-step narration and by turning them into illustrated, animations based on their appearance. You can view the films on their YouTube Channel or here.
We are pleased to announce that we have won a Cannes Dolphin for our work with Barclays on their Armed Forces film. We’ve won in the ‘Social Media and Short Video’ Category and are off to Cannes in September to collect our award!
With new GDPR legislation strengthening data protection for everyone across the UK, Barclays wanted to show customers how they are protecting their privacy and demonstrate just how useful data can be. We produced this ambitious film in a short time-frame and the film can be viewed here or on the home page of Barclays.co.uk
This month Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners celebrates 10 years since this incredible practice officially changed its name to recognise the work of Graham Stirk and Ivan Harbour. We were thrilled to have worked with Pentagram Design to produce this film to celebrate this special anniversary.
Watch the film here.
One of the most famous brands in the world asked us to make a film that would inspire and remind their colleagues across the planet, just how much they’re doing to protect the planet.
McDonald’s are focussing on 6 key areas of their supply chain that will deliver the most impact – beef, chicken, fish, coffee, palm oil and packaging – so our creative solution takes the viewer on a journey through all six, using eye-catching montage animation.
It’s an internal film so if you want to watch it you’ll have to send them your CV and keep your fingers crossed. Or visit http://corporate.mcdonalds.com/mcd/sustainability.html for a taste of what they’re up to.
The world is changing at an unprecedented rate and no-one understands this as well as Accenture. We are currently in production of a company-wide film to show all their people the incredible work they are doing in the world of Artificial Intelligence and how they truly are ‘Leading in the New’. You’d have to work there to watch the film, but we thoroughly recommend checking out accenture.com where we’re sure you’ll learn a thing or two too!
Virgin Media have just launched a series of films that show their customers five ways they can improve their home WiFi connection.
With their simple language, easy to follow demonstrations and fun, creative style, we think these films (which are already racking up plenty of views) are worth a watch!
Watch them here https://keepup.virginmedia.com/wifiwins
We can’t believe it’s already February. It’s been such a busy start to the year. We’ve been filming for some our favourite clients across the UK, delivered several animations and even squeezed in a trip to the Caribbean. (Yes, it was work!). Oh, and we’ve settled in to our supercool new offices in Shoreditch.
This week sculptor Conrad Shawcross unveiled his biggest project to date on the Greenwich Peninsula in South-East London.
We were thrilled to produce a film about this incredible piece of architecture with Pentagram director Marina Willer.
Gainsborough are Royal Warrant awarded weavers who’ve been making fabrics of distinction since 1903. Managing Director Emerson Roberts asked us to create a film that tells their story and showcases what they do – which is designing and weaving stunning materials for prestige clients including Royal palaces, leading fashion designers and luxury car manufacturers. Take a look at the film and enjoy a peek inside what is essentially a working museum.
When Virgin Media refreshed their corporate website recently, they asked us to help tell their story. And here is the result, a lovely little animation that explains what they do and how they help people do more, be more and have more fun.
We’re delighted to hear that Chris Beardshaw has won his sixth gold medal at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show, for his design of the The Morgan Stanley Garden for Great Ormond Street Hospital. There can surely be no better permanent home for his latest creation than Great Ormond Street Hospital, where it will provide a much needed sanctuary for families and staff. But as we found out during filming, dismantling it and moving it there is going to be an even bigger challenge than getting it ready for Chelsea.
Good luck Chris, we know you’ll do it and provide more golden moments for some people who couldn’t deserve it more.
We recently visited Harvard University to film the winners of last year’s prestigious Bertarelli Prize which recognises and incubates an innovative idea with huge potential in the field of Life Sciences.
The recipients, LuminOva, are a team of Biotechnologists who have developed a radical new way of screening the eggs and embryos used in IVF treatment which could increase success rates for IVF couples, reduce the heartache of failed pregnancies and make the process far more cost-effective and accessible.
We’re a business run by a woman. Over half of our employees are female. And at least one of the men in our office claims to be a feminist. So we’re really proud to have produced a series of films for Virgin Money about opportunities for women in the financial services sector.
Last year The Government invited the challenger bank’s trail-blazing boss, Jayne-Anne Gadhia, to produce a report investigating the lack of senior women in the financial services industry and, critically, what could be done about it.
3,500 interviews later and the Gadhia Review is out revealing ten core findings and three recommendations for businesses, with enlightening insights that will have an impact far beyond the towers of finance.
Our films capture the reaction to the report from some of the industry’s leading female figures, including Jayne-Anne herself.
Craft lager pioneers Freedom Brewery asked us to make a film about what they do. Probably because they like their films like their lager – lovingly made, easy to consume and with no bitter after-taste! Sit back, crack open a cold one and enjoy the film on the link below.
What a start to the year that’s been! It’s almost Valentine’s Day and we’ve already partnered with LinkedIn, Morgan Stanley, Virgin Media, Freedom Brewery and are currently shooting at Harvard Business School, Massachusetts.
And to prove we can do serious business and the fun stuff, here’s a still from a music video we made for LinkedIn’s annual sales conference. We had great fun making this internal film but if you want to see it, you’ll have to get a job there.
Exciting news! We won ‘Best Digital/Online Business’ in the national final of the HSBC sponsored Forward Ladies Awards 2015. Thanks to all the incredibly talented people we work with and our fantastic clients.
Virgin Atlantic’s 787 ‘Birthday Girl’ is a year old! To celebrate, their team surprised people on both sides of the Atlantic with special birthday gifts and we were there to capture the action!
We are extremely excited to announce that we have been named best Digital/Online Business in London and the South East, for HSBC’s Forward Ladies Awards 2015.
After a year in the making, it’s a wrap! For the last 12 months, we’ve been following three MBA graduates as they began their career at SAP. The IMPACT graduate recruitment program offers fantastic career development opportunities…and the chance to build up some impressive air miles! We’ve been lucky enough to travel with the graduates all over the world as they visited offices in Singapore, Vancouver, Walldorf, New York, Surabaya and Palo Alto and discovered just how global this tech giant really is.
Please click on the links below to view the graduates’ stories.
Do your parents understand what you do? No? Then bring your parents to work! Each year LinkedIn encourages organisations to offer a day where employees can bring their parents to the office and give them a glimpse of what they do at work. It’s also the perfect chance to thank parents for everything they have done. This is the second year we have been involved with #BIYP and it’s great to be part of such a special day.
Virgin Media believe that kids have incredible experiences online and that the web can play a hugely positive role in a child’s development, from learning a new language to seeing their first song go viral. This film was produced as part of their Switched On Families campaign to encourage parents to get involved with their kids online activity.
Virgin Media believes when you have a better internet connection you can do more, be more and have more fun. And these films featuring real customer experiences, prove just that.
This series of films was produced as part of the exciting campaign launch for ‘Vivid’, Virgin Media’s next generation optical fibre. As part of our creative production process, we brought the magic in their cables to life by finding people with genuine stories who told us how their lives have been touched by Vivid.
Please click on the links below to view our wonderful contributors’ stories.
We’ve always been an intrepid bunch of travellers here at TMM, but in the last couple of months we’ve ramped it up a notch or two.
When we haven’t been busy filming across the UK we’ve visited Singapore, California, Indonesia, Germany and one of the most remote islands in the world, Easter Island, home to the famous Maoi.
We are thrilled to have been shortlisted for the Digital/Online Business of the Year in the Forward Ladies Women in Business Awards. The awards ceremony is in October and we will keep you posted as to how we get on!
Never Mind The Bollocks, here’s the latest film we produced with Richard Branson and Virgin Money to celebrate the new Sex Pistols credit cards launched this week.
Over the last seven months our intrepid team have been busy filming all over the world for tech giant SAP. We’re following three recruits as they begin their exciting career at SAP and so far we’ve had the pleasure of filming them in Toronto, Singapore, New York, Palo Alto and Walldorf in Germany. We have four more months of filming until we we can reveal the finished results!
Our series of films for the National Trust #50things campaign have gone live. If you want some ideas of what you and your kids can be doing to have fun outdoors, look no further!
Jane Sutton is running this year’s Virgin Money London Marathon to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust and fulfil her promise to her son Stephen. We were thrilled to be able to film Jane in the lead up to her big day and wish her the very best of luck for Sunday. Go Jane – everyone is behind you!
Stuff. It comes in all shapes and sizes and sometimes you need space to store it. And that’s where Alligator Storage can help. Watch our latest animation to find out how you can store for as little as 50p a day.
Over the last few months we’ve been working with award winning home developer, the Berkeley Group.
We’ve been filming many of their new developments from the community at Kidbrooke Village, to the waterfront apartments of One Tower Bridge.
We’ve shot wonderful birds eye views by launching drones from some of London’s finest riverside developments, and got an exclusive peak into the biggest demolition site in the capital.
The results of all this work will be revealed later this month.
Earlier this week the National Trust launched an ambitious plan to nurse the natural environment back to health, reverse the alarming decline in wildlife and invest in looking after the nations’s heritage.
To help communicate their message to the media we were asked to make a short film featuring their staff discussing the challenges for the coming decade.
Chris Leyland is Warehouse Manager at Berry Bros. & Rudd, and he has a big job. He’s responsible for nine million bottles of wine and each one has to be stored in the perfect conditions to ensure it develops in the way the wine maker intended.
This film is one of a series we have made with Berry Bros. & Rudd recently and you can view more on the link below.
This may look like an ordinary box, but it’s not…this is a Super Doopa Quickstart box and it contains everything you need to set yourself up with Virgin Media’s fantastic services. To find out more, you can view our recently released films on the link below.
Ella and Ruby entered a charity Christmas card competition and won! But what they didn’t know, was that the people at Virgin Trains had big plans for their drawing.
Watch our film to find out how the #Traindeer came to life.
You’d expect to find the words ‘Made in China’ on toys or electrical goods, but perhaps not on a bottle of wine…until now.
To find out more about the growing popularity of Chinese wine, watch our latest advert for Berry Bros. & Rudd by clicking the picture.
We’ve just finished a big project with the National Trust to help them communicate their digital transformation strategy to staff. Our film combined interviews with animated illustration, but sadly since the film is for internal use only, you will have to get a job at the Trust if you want to see it!
We’ve spent the last few months finding out what it takes to work at Virgin Media, for their new careers site.
If you are creative, hard working and don’t approach things in a ‘run of the mill’ fashion this might just be the place for you. Click on the link below to watch our films.
It’s been a busy month for all the team at TMM. We’ve been filming up and down the country, visited Spain and Germany, and next week we are off to the vineyards of Bordeaux. We’re also really pleased to welcome a new client, Thomson Reuters.
If you want to know how Chiquita make their bananas so green, take a look at this fun little animation we made for the global brand which highlights their sustainability practices.
We were thrilled to be asked to produce ‘A day in the life of Richard Branson’ for Virgin Money. We got behind-the-scenes access to film Richard on his latest visit to all the projects Virgin Money have set up to ‘make everybody better off!’ Being one of, if not the most influential entrepreneur in the world, Richard squeezes more in to one day than most people do in a week, so we had to don our running shoes just to keep up!
This year Facebook supported Safer Internet Day 2014. To celebrate this year’s theme of ‘Let’s create a better internet together’ we were asked to create a short video to show the work Facebook undertake to help keep people safe online.
This month the National Trust are celebrating all things beautiful and useful and offering people the chance to win a year’s supply of renewable electricity and a home energy audit from their partner Good Energy. We were asked to create two films to launch their competition. Our films feature the handy work of Charis Williams who shows us how everyday objects can be turned into something beautiful and useful. You may never look at your cutlery drawer in the same way again!
We’ve been busy filming a series of films to help passengers choose their wine and although you will have to take a trip to see the whole series, you can take a sneak peak at the white wine choices here.
We’ve been working with Virgin Media over the past few months to make a series of films to help customers get the most from their broadband, phone and TV services. If you have a question, chances are these step-by-step films can help.
We have just finished filming with Esther Rantzen’s wonderful new charity The Silver Line, which is dedicated to the needs of older people across the UK.
If you are trying avoid gluten but still want to make yummy food, then watch our latest film with Genius bread founder Lucinda Bruce-Gardyne for inspiration. Fish Pie..Yum.
We are working with Unilever this year to make films that tell the story of their Sustain Ability Challenge. 12 families across the country have volunteered to change their habits to reduce their impact on the environment and cut their household bills. If you click on the link below you can see the films we have made with Kathy, Adam and Antony who have all signed up for the challenge.
This year we have been all over Europe with McDonald’s making films about their Flagship Farm programme, which highlights farms that go the extra mile when it comes to protecting the environment and considering animal welfare. This film is one of our favourites and features Ray Dempsey a farmer who has been producing beef to high animal welfare standards and controlling the farm’s impact on the environment.
Our latest film for Virgin Media Business has just been released. THECUBE is an innovative organisation in Shoreditch, which is feeding the UK start-up revolution by offering an incubation space to fast-growth businesses and entrepreneurs. It’s giving businesses the space and infrastructure to share ideas, and by collaborating with Virgin Media Business it now has the technology to help put these ideas into action.
Hammo the hamster took a starring role in the animation we have just produced for Future First. The charity helps state schools across England build an alumni, keeping former students connected with their old school to help inspire pupils about what they could go on to do. Hammo fluffed his lines, but he nailed the action sequence first time.