Bodmin Jail Promotional Video

Bodmin Jail unlike other jails, is a brilliant tourist attraction based in the middle of Cornwall. It has huge history and thousands attend each year to walk around the converted jail learning all about the jails rich history and past. The jail itself is widely renowned for its museum and lifelike exhibits containing real life stories of unique happenings throughout its long span as a working jail, but alongside that the jail has many over attractions/activities such as themed evenings, ghost walks, the restaurant/cafe and weddings!

This is where we came in, Bodmin Jail contacted us to create a series of videos showcasing the attractions along with the different activities inside. We made multiple trips to the jail to capture many of the different themed events take took place throughout a number of months we were filming this project. We’ve attended a spooky themed wedding, a night time ghost walk through the jail and food and drink related filming to portray the Governors Hall Restaurant.

All of the above is great to include in any promotional video as it gives the viewer great depth into what they can do when arriving at the jail, apart from the main event i.e the museum and exhibit tour.

With larger scale projects like this we can create a number of shorter videos out of the main project which are perfect for social media consumption/website header videos/email signatures etc.

We work with you to understand your brand’s DNA, this enables us to produce unrivalled video content allowing you to elevate your ideas & projects to the next level. We’re there to make you look good! Audience’s are much more likely to enjoy watching a short video that is 2-3 minutes long than reading the same amount of information in text form which can take 15-20 minutes to read, we make it easy for your target audience! Contact Us if you’d like something similar for your brand/business.


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