Tag: Corporate TV


Around the world in eighty days: International Corporate Video Productions in spring 2015

Our new fiscal year kicked off splendidly. Since February 2015 our BFI teams have been traveling around the world to produce corporate video posts and footage. For our customers SAP, BMW, Volkswagen and Porsche Consulting we have visited the following locations: Mallorca (Spain), Dublin (Ireland), Madrid (Spain), Barcelona (Spain), Porto Alegre (Brazil), Kapstadt (South Africa), Miramas (Southern France) Shanghai (China), Jakarta (Indonesia), Apen (Germany), Orlando (USA), Las Vegas (USA), Walldorf, Hannover, Wolfsburg and München. Continue Reading..


Trifecta for the King

Bavaria Film Interactive is happy for our third silver prize for the King! Meant is of course our spot about the BMW Concept M4 Coupé – LONG LIVE THE KING. What better occasion than to offer you an exclusive insight into the production of this spot.

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Boat to boat instead of car to car: BMW Marine 507

When filming for BMW we normally film with a camera car. Mid-September 2014 we had a completely different approach. The star of our production was the BMW Marine 507 speedboat, built in 1957.Continue Reading..


One-day advertisement for the Querdenker Club


The production of advertisements is a broad field and one that always carries the stigma “…that will be expensive”. Small and medium-sized businesses, smaller institutions and associations with pockets that are not so deeply lined either do not dare approach the issue or are faced with results with a high potential for embarrassment. Continue Reading..


Camera car and road closures: Filming in Spain

As Bavaria Film Interactive, we do not just produce in Munich, we also regularly find ourselves abroad. For me, as a “newcomer” producer, communication with the Bavarian production partners on location is not always easy. But a production that is completely managed outside of German-speaking countries can lead to some quite amusing misunderstandings.


For example, it is almost impossible to close a rural country road to film cars in Spain if you don’t speak Spanish. This added to the fact that not one of us had suspected that the bureaucracy for filming in Spain would be even worse than it is in Germany. Thousands of safety regulations are enough to drive you mad.
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