Amulet Creative offer a complete service for filmed content, such as corporate videos, interviews, short documentaries, product promotion and music videos.
With many years experience working as directors, producers, actors and writers, Amulet Creative can help develop and produce your project to its fullest potential.
Our service includes writing, storyboarding – including virtual 3D storyboards based on real world locations – filming and post production.
Having worked on full 35mm film productions at Pinewood and Shepperton Film Studios to intimate documentaries, utilising current digital technology, with two or even single man crews, we have experience working at all levels.
We can handle all your post production needs in house using Adobe's suite of production software including Premiere Pro and After Effects.
Alison is an experienced, native British, voiceover actor and can provide a voiceover tailor made for your project. With a client list that includes, BHS, Anglian, National Space Centre, Flanders Marine Institute and Universal Robotics her voice is ideal for corporate, commercials and documentary work. Further details and examples of her work can be found here.
Storyboards form an important and valuable part of the planning of a project. We can create virtual 3D storyboards based on real world locations.
Once everything is in place then script and storyboards can be combined for final approval.
If you’re interested in creating a project with us, then please Contact Us Here.
Your Jaw Surgery, a series of 41 films we made for the British Orthodontic Society goes from strength to strength. Recent online statistical reports show that the films are averaging over 3,800 views per month.
For a series of films aimed at a fairly niche market (those contemplating or undergoing major jaw surgery) it shows just how useful the resource has become to orthodontists around the country, as they point their patients to the BOS website.
Although the majority of those views are from the UK, the films are also being played all over the world. So far the films have been viewed in 98 countries.
Further details of this project can be found on our Project page.