Cost effective video production from a family bubble
Oddsocks is a family business and because we are bubbled together during the current pandemic we are able to offer cost effective content for productions:
4 actors (1 male playing age 45+, 1 female playing age 45+, 1 male playing age 22+, 1 female playing age 18 +)
complete production packages including:
Project development, script writing, story-boarding, camera operating, acting, original score composition , voice over, editing.
To see examples of work undertaken in our family home during the current pandemic, please click on the two images immediately below. (There then follows examples of work created previously)
Past clients include Jersey Health and Social Services Dept, Whitefriars Housing, Derbyshire Constabulary, Warwickshire County Council.
For further information and quotes please contact Elli on 01332 258328 or by email at email@example.com
Good As Gold for Torbay Council (click on the image to view video)
Created in partnership with Do The Write Thing and Creative Forum for Torbay Council. The video is a fictional dramatisation based on a real life case of child neglect. **Warning: References of strong language, drug-use and violence, video may only be suitable for viewers 18+.**
Dennis O'Neill for Torbay Council (Click on image to view video)
Video filmed and performed by Oddsocks and produced by Do The Write Thing in partnership with Creative Forum and Torbay Council 2020. The video dramatises the true story of Dennis and Terence O'Neill, young brothers who were removed from their parents' care on a Place of Safety Order because of neglect in 1944 and placed by Newport Council with Reginald and Esther Gough's at their home; Bank Farm in Shropshire. The mistreament and cruelty to which the boys were subjected at the hands of the Gough's resulted in the death of Dennis on 9th January 1945. The case and it's enquiry ultimately paved the way for the Children Act of 1948 and the conviction of Reginald Gough to ten years in prison for murder and six months for his wife Esther.