THE BLOG

01
Jul
2017

New month – new employees! Welcome to the team!

As of July 2017 Todor Todorov (Junior Social Media Manager) and Alexander Walzl (Junior Consultant) join the team of Bavaria Film Interactive at its headquarter located in Geiselgasteig near Munich. The short CVs of both new employees will be available here soon.

Welcome to the team and wishing you a successful start!

07
Jun
2017

“Ideas set in motion”: Bavaria Film with New Image Film

From late 2016 Bavaria Film has presented itself with a new brand, a contemporary as well as innovative new presence in the market. Through a retouch of the logo, the new motto “Ideas set in motion” and the relaunch of the website bavaria-film.de, we have given the image of Bavaria Film a further edge and have positioned the company as an attractive motion picture producer in the market.

Apart from the logo retouch, the new motto and the website relaunch, a new image film has also been introduced as one of the essential parts shaping the new brand image. We’ve produced the clip together with Bavaria Film Interactive.

Development and production of an image film are ambitious projects in every company. Not surprisingly perhaps, as the film needs to feature the core branding message of a company and – as the name suggests – establish and convey a company’s image.

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01
Jun
2017

New month – new employees! Welcome to the team!

As of June 2017 we have five new colleagues in total joining the teams of Bavaria Film Interactive: Maria Boger (Senior Producer), Moritz Jakobi (Senior Producer), Antonella Pommella (Intern Production), Gemma Sanahuja Cuscó (Intern Post-Production & Motion Graphics) as well as Julia Verhovnik (Senior Producer). All complete short CVs will be available here soon.

Welcome to the team and wishing you a successful start!

30
May
2017

Say it with cartoons

Mark, a fun guy with great hair and sneakers, explains the topic “secure server connection” to his interested audience. Something that I would need at least 5 minutes for, he can do in 20 seconds. How does it work? Mark is the main character in an illustrated and animated explanatory video (character animation).

Whoever plans an animated explanatory film needs a character like Mark: A person who fits the company, has a certain depth, can be used exclusively and long-term for the company.

Character Animation Bavaria Film Interactive

Mark explains complex topics to his audience*

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10
May
2017
06
May
2017

BFI wins the Davey Award

We are happy to announce that we were awarded the Davey Award in silver in the category „Original Web Series“. The production that was awarded is the web series „BMW i3 Born Electric“ that we produced for our client BMW. The production consisted of a total of eight web videos and twelve Instagram clips. The Award was presented for the four homestories, in which passionate BMW i3 drivers, the so-called “Born Electrics”, share why an e-car is the perfect match for their lifestyle.

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01
May
2017

New month – new employee: Welcome to the team, Maximilian Schlick!

As of May 2017 Mr. Maximilian Schlick will join our team as a motion graphics artist at our headquarters in Munich. To date, the primary focus of his work was graphics design, 3D design as well as game design. Maximilian holds a Bachelor (Arts) in Game-Design awarded by Designhochschule Leipzig (today known as Vitruvius Hochschule). As part of his bachelor thesis he carried out  intensive research on the economic aspects regarding the process of rendering.

Again, a warm welcome to the team and a successful start with us, Maximilian!

20
Apr
2017

“Don’t film with animals or children! Correct or not?”

“The two Dobermans race down the street like two dark arrows, closely chasing a man. Their fledged teeth and loud barking seem menacing.” This is what the script tells us. To actually get there, however, can be a long, partly amusing but mainly educational journey.

Studioproduktion TVC weeCONOMY“Don’t shoot with animals or children!”
On the set you get an idea of what this old film rule is all about. The smallest of your concerns is that the four-legged stars could steal someone’s show. Rather, everything takes longer and the regulations are strict. And even stricter when children are involved. Many permits have to be obtained and it depends on the age of the children, how long they are allowed on set and these times need to be recorded in the schedule. Fortunately it is easier with animals – but still subject to approval according to § 11 I S. 1 No. 3b of the Animal Protection Act. Of course a good animal trainer knows this and what is important on set. Would you like a little tester?

Feeding and petting forbidden
Everyone loves to play with animals, especially dogs. The ones on set, however, cannot be petted. “No stroking and no feeding,” says the animal trainer as it disturbs their concentration. And as their concentration is quickly lost, the animals should be brought onto the set only when everything and everyone is actually ready to film.

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29
Mar
2017

Moving Images in Employer Branding Part I: Video – an Effective Instrument in the “War for Talent”

It finally happened in mid-2016: YouTube cracked the 1 billion users. This corresponds to nearly one third of all Internet users! These users watch 1 billion hours of YouTube per day and generate billions of clicks. More than half of all these clicks are made via mobile devices. Numbers that will leave anyone feel stunned.

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19
Dec
2016

Enjoy the festive season and Happy New Year!

We want to thank all our customers and partners for the inspirational, trustful cooperation in 2016!

We wish you peaceful as well as restful holidays!

Warmest season greetings
Your team from Bavaria Film Interactive