• Welcome

    Hello and welcome to TCTV!
    We are a moving image content production company. We specialise in producing high end, valuable & narrative driven video content for Online, Broadcast and Internal purposes. We work with International Brands, Global Record Labels, National Broadcasters, Contemporary Street Artists, Extreme Sports Brands, Consumer Insight/Market Research Agencies and Internationally renowned Music Producers.

    Sounds good? Like our Showreel?
    Please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

     
  • Documentary

    Our true passion lies in Documentary film-making, the most accessible form of visual storytelling. We love to find and tell interesting human stories. This reel is a selection of projects of the past, present and future.

    To hire us to shoot documentary content just
    get in touch!

     
  • Events

    Well versed in the art of filming events, TCTV has worked on official coverage Glastonbury Festival, Secret Garden Party & Boomtown Festival. Filmed huge live concerts for the likes of Jimmy Cliff, Danny Brown, Goldie Looking Chain, Jeru the Damaja, Satat X, Lord Finesse, Sip the Juice, Joan Armourtrading and many more. We also shoot corporate events, focus groups, workshops, property development and offer general project documentation and advocacy with past clients in this field including; Disney, ABC Studios, Coca Cola, Red Bull, Quiksilver, DC Shoes and many more…

    To hire us to film your event just get in touch!

     
  • Video Insight & Market Research

    With a background in documentary and commercial film-making, we have a keen eye for human stories and a talent for bringing research findings to life. We are able to bring high quality production qualities to every project ensuring that presentation is clear and to the point.
    TCTV has produced work for Saatchi & Saatchi, Disney, ABC Studios, Ariel, Direct Line, Red Bull, Coca Cola, Greggs Bakers, Boots, Random House, Gillette and many more…

    To make use of our exceptional Video Insight skills just get in touch!

     
  • DC Shoes Big Push Film

    As part of Sidewalk Magazine‘s Big Push film competition TCTV was commissioned to film the DC Shoes skate team in a week long tour of the UK. We produced this skate film which entered an online voting competition against 10 other teams including Nike, Adidas, Converse & Vans. Our film was top of the votes throughout but ended up getting pipped at the post by Vans so we finished second. We were still happy with that.

     
  • Quiksilver Brazil Tour

    We were commissioned by Quiksilver UK to provide post production for their recent skateboarding tour of Brazil

    We edited and graded this film with additional filming by Otavio Neto

    We also made a Gopro edit which you can watch here

     

     
  • Paul White – Music Video

    Paul White – Music Video

    Our 4th music video for Director & Animator Ruffmercy
    Using our in-house studio at Location House in Bristol we filmed musical legend and Hip-Hop producer extraordinaire Paul White for his new single from his forthcoming album Shaker Notes.

     
  • Gilles Peterson Huck film

    Gilles Peterson Huck film

    Proud to add another reputable name to our roster, we spent the morning in Gilles Petersons’ home studio in Stoke Newington filming for Huck Magazine.

    This insight into Gilles’ life, musical taste and new project Brasil Bam Bam Bam was filmed and edited by us.
    Listen to Gilles on 6 Music here
    This is a great example of a mini documentary web format that we specialise in.

     

     
  • CRACK TANGO – A Portrait of the Finnish thing for Influx

    CRACK TANGO – A Portrait of the Finnish thing for Influx

    We provided the post production for this cool little film about Finnish musician Sami Seppala, who also has a keen interest in skateboarding and motor racing – Video coming soon  

     
  • Mudwig X Sickboy Film for Flourescent Smogg

    Commissioned by contemporary street artist Sickboy for his showcase project Flourescentsmogg.com to launch a series of hand crafted etchings from fellow artist Mudwig. The collective mind of both artists combined was always going to produce something special, resulting in this case with a film that has a decidedly cult feel.

     
 

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