The job of the PDS Film Production team is to make sure that the films we produce reach as wide an audience as possible. We were asked to look at incorporating BSL into a film tour of the Parliamentary Archives to improve accessibility for UK viewers.
Vanda Ladeira has always loved solving puzzles and moving images. She's written about how she went from studying pharmacy to making films and encouraging filmmakers at Parliament.
When the content team was created a couple of years ago, we blogged about who we are and what we do. We've since made a video about our work using the minimum viable film studio - a mobile phone. Louise Duffy describes the filming process and the lessons she's learnt.
Gemma Rogers has blogged about why making videos isn't always a good idea and what you can do to make your videos better.
There are many techniques for animating and a range of different programs to create specific effects. In this post Sharan Dhaliwal shares some of the methods that have worked for Parliament and our online audiences this year.
This week, I've blogged about filming on iPhones and the best techniques for interviewing people. This final instalment is about making videos accessible for everyone.
Part two in our series on filming is about interview technique. The first part focused on the basics of filming on iPhones.
As part of Learning at Work Week, we’re doing a series of posts on filming. This first part is about the basics.
Associate Content Designer Sharan Dhaliwal writes that video is a great way to engage with users on social media, but explains why you should only do it if you can do it well.