Our goal for budgeting your project is simple: make it affordable. We find that the members of your organization are usually its greatest advocates; therefore we start by planning to interview the principals of your group and also beneficiaries of the group's efforts and programs. Most of our projects for nonprofits have involved some travel, meal and accommodation expenses, a modest fee for shooting the interviews and some B-roll over a few days, and then gathering stills and archive material from the project leaders.
Of course, if your organization envisions something more elaborate, or it has many international components that need to be highlighted, the additional effort can be calculated and included as well. Also, we can call upon our talented colleagues in the computer graphics and museum design/installation industry to contribute their expertise to the effort.
Next, we devote time to editing your program, working with you to make the changes required to get the program most effectively "on message." Finally, we score music and mix the soundtrack and deliver the show in the formats required for your applications - web, DVD, television, and mobile devices such as iPhones and iPads.
We charge a very small production fee beyond the actual labor and expenses to cover our production insurance and brick-and-mortar presence in Burbank, California.
When you need the kind of performance that comes from a broad scope of capabilities, strong concept, creative execution and the right technical staff, we stand among the best. Our clients tell us that what they like most about us is that we are responsive, able to adapt to any situation and hold ourselves accountable. Thank you for your consideration.