The Communicator Award 2016 in Silver goes to SAP TV

We are happy to announce that our platform SAP TV has been honoured with the Communicator Award of Distinction in silver. On its website www.sap-tv.com the software company hosts videos about various topics: From innovation to events to behind-the-scenes-insights and customer stories. With globally over 320,000 customers in 25 industries, there are no limits: The content ranges from basketball at the NBA to autism projects in India.

Communicator Award 2016 für SAP TV und Bavaria Film Interactive

SAP is the world leader in enterprise applications in terms of software and software-related service revenue. Hence, the expectations towards the platform in terms of reliability as well as an easy-to-use interface are high. Since SAP is a global player with customers in over 190 countries, we take care that the platform is accessible at anytime, anywhere in the world, from any device. Apart from the editorial content, the homepage also hosts a section for journalists where they can access and download footage like photos and videos of the company.

The Communicator Award is the leading international awards program recognizing groundbreaking ideas in marketing and communications. It honours work that transcends innovation and craftmanship that makes a lasting impact. The Communicator Awards receive over 6,000 entries every year. They’re sanctioned and judged by the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts. Thank you to the academy for honouring our work with this year’s trophy of distinction in silver!


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..


Film production schedules and guinea foul eggs

The film location: exotic; the costing: tight; the anticipation: huge! As part of an extensive corporate video project, I was sent, together with my production coordinator Kathrin, to Ghana, West Africa.

Conduct interviews, shoot footage, spend nine days on the road with the camera team living in each others’ pockets – all of this was clear before the journey began. The German filming schedule worked out, the budget approved, the flights booked, the team briefed; we flew south full of enthusiasm.

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