Projects & Clients
For an Instructional Video, clarity, simplicity and very often budget are the main criteria.
The Glenrothes Martial Arts Centre wanted a DVD that clearly showed the exquisite Kata of their Karate style and showcased a very talented young lady. No frills, no fuss.
Zen Lifestyle of Edinburgh wanted an in-house instructional DVD to ensure homogeneity of technique within their business - such high quality treatments need to be holistic, yet detailed; precise, yet relaxing. We were pleased to capture the essence of the Zen Way.
The third piece in this clip was just what Marc wanted - a DVD for his M.O.T.IVATE clients to take away. As cheaply as possible. No problem.
Independent Film must be, above all, two things. Very good. And very cheap.
We are not Hollywood (mercifully) but we can give them a run for their money.
Our creative department are currently making two feature films: 'SELKIE', an all Scottish creature feature production starring Charlie Allan (Gladiator, Robin Hood, Thor: The Dark World) which will be wrapped up late Spring 2016. Also 'ACCIDENT MAN', from the hit comic book, recently re-released as a graphic novel by Titan Books, starring 5th Dan British Karate Champion Paul Lapsley.
Art Attack Films are proud to work with charities and third sector ("not-for-profit")groups. We are experienced in working with folk who deal with vulnerable or sensitive situations. We have documented the plight of orphanages in Romania, Ukraine, Turkey and, as shown in this clip, the excellent work done in teaching the children of Soshanguve Township in South Africa about the transmission of the HIV virus. For FRASAC, we made an educational DVD using dramatisation to juxtapose sexual abuse with cash-based crime. For Argyll & Bute Rape Crisis we made a DVD aimed at the Polish community, explaining the kind of support that they can provide.
When Californian art rockers The Airborne Toxic Event went on tour in the UK our experienced back-stage lens crew were there to catch it all. We captured the band's fantastic performance and the 'who they really are' away from the lights and fans. Crazy Vic Wayne made his Detroit comeback - we gave him exactly the video he wanted. Righteous Sin are no longer together but their eponymous song and the video we shot for them in Alabama made the deep South steamier than a swamp.