The market town of Skipton in North Yorkshire, is a vibrant town, with well over 100 different places to eat and drink.
Skipton BID commissioned Catapult Films to create several films, each promoting a taste of that diversity, underpinned by 'Simply irresistible Skipton'.
The initial two films feature 12 businesses in total, with each owner highlighting the special qualities of their own business. Those featured included Alexanders Bar & Kitchen, The Albion, Bean Loved, Chocolates and Truffles, Filmore & Union, Helene's Tea Room, Just By The Bridge, Kibble Bakery, The Terrace, The Flip Side, The Sweet Emporium and The Boat House.
"I would recommend Mark and Catapult Films because of their innovative ideas and creative thinking. Whether the medium is film or print, they produce good ideas and make things happen. Mark is also objective orientated, making sure the client always receives the desired result.”
Harrogate Business Advisors
”Catapult Films successfully captured what makes Peregrine House care home so special, with genuinely warm residents and staff interviews. Everyone who has seen the films has said 'that's where I want to go when I get old!'; quite an accomplishment, I think!”
"The Day Le Tour Came To Otley was a huge moment in the history of our town and the short film captured by Catapult Films has without doubt been a resounding success, surpassing all our expectations. A year on, the DVDs are still in demand, as well as the book of Le Tour photographs, which was also designed by Mark Currie."
Dr Jason Knowles
Otley Town Council
“A big thank you to Mark and Catapult Films for creating films that really have brought to life Leeds Care Record. Mark spent the time to understand what we required and put in the leg work to create videos that are having a real impact. It was a pleasure to work with Mark, who was flexible, knowledgeable and delivered an excellent result.”
NHS Leeds Care Record
“Catapult films were a pleasure to work with on a number of projects on set around the UK and down at The Bearhouse in Cornwall. Mark and his team capture the story and imagery effortlessly and have a great way of getting the best out of interviewees and come up with a number of suggestions to capture the story being told. I would HIGHLY recommend this company for your promotional videos.”
Charlie Bears Ltd.
”Mark and his team were professional from start to finish. They listened to our needs and worked hard to create exactly what we required. I would recommend Catapult Films to anyone looking for video production."
Actress, Presenter & Voice Coach, Redvoice
Catapult Films have created several films on behalf of Skipton BID. Two promote a few of the many diverse places to eat and drink in Skipton. See film: https://bit.ly/2KO4I3c Further films have been created to celebrate the Waterway Festival (see film: https://bit.ly/2szDLWT) and the quirky Sheep Festival (see film: https://bit.ly/2N35BCL
Mark Currie at Catapult Films has created a timelapse film recording the art installation on Pendle Hill, by Philippe Handford. The temporary work was installed to coincide with Colne Town Council's series of events commemorating 100 years since the end of the Great War (1918). See film: https://bit.ly/2uCkC7K
Catapult Films created a short promotional film for Hälsa Wellbeing highlighting their work at Capita in Leeds during
Mental Health Awareness Week . See film: https://bit.ly/2kGJ5mY
An inspiring event by Shoo Social Media about the future of business in the digital age and featuring various top speakers, was captured on film by Mark Currie at Catapult Films. See film: https://bit.ly/2EfymY3
Catapult Films have been commissioned by Otley Town Council with support from National Lottery and the Railway Heritage Trust, to make a short film about the navvies who helped build our UK railways. Special mention will be made to those commemorated at the Navvies Monument in Otley for their part in building the Bramhope Tunnel.
Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership have commisioned Catapult Films to create a film documenting ongoing improvements to the pathways and the creation of a stone shelter on Pendle Hill. A second film will record the findings from the archeaological dig at Malkin Tower Farm, Blacko. Deadline: Summer 2018.
Colne Town Council appointed Catapult Films to film their series of events commemorating 100 years since the end of the Great War (1918). The 20 minute film is currently being edited and will be available for public viewing later this month.
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