electriclimefilms is proud to announce we have been selected as a Finalist for Marketing Magazine's Agency of the Year Awards 2020 in the Video/Production Company of the Year category.
Introducing our first collaborative electriclimefilms Team Production and Remote Film, produced in partnership with M&C Saatchi for Pizza Hut - a slice of content to celebrate the spirit and community of Ramadan, because social distancing brings us closer than ever.
electriclimefilms's Sydney, Australia office has been able to plan, develop, and execute shoots, for global agencies and clients, using our team there.
During these difficult times, when there is such a palpable pause on the usual pace of life, we find ourselves reflecting on the past. There's a sense of opportunity - to seeking comfort in nostalgia and contemplation in looking back.
From experimenting with different camera and equipment set ups, Scott has gained an affinity for shooting with the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera (BMPCC) 6K. Having shot a few upcoming films in collaboration with electriclimefilms, Scott discusses why he prefers this camera system over others.
The electriclimefilms Singapore team shot parts of their Sony ‘Focus’ film on location in Mongolia. Head of Production Rory Cavanagh, who was Assistant Director for the shoot, recounts the breathtaking and memorable experiences he had, as a filmmaker and photographer, while on set in Mongolia for the first time.
KFC Comedy piece in Dubai Directed by Pabz + Damiano, a homage to a 80's crime drama, we are introduced some interesting character with some bizarre confessions to make.
Quirky Ramadan commercial for the Middle East market, directed by Nizar Sfeir.
While in the US, we worked on a speculative film for H&M, working with RED Model Management and Wilhelmina models.
An abstract film, celebrating nature & natural skin, shot on location in Singapore.
Starbucks collaborates with ELº Films on quirky and unapologetic commercials this summer for their new upcoming line of Frappuccinos.
Working to break age-based stereotypes for women in the Middle-East, the ELº production crew features women in different age groups as they show their capabilities.