Join us in London for the International Motor Film Awards. Nominated for Best Event Film, we celebrated the art of motor filmmaking and cherished the incredible experience, even if the trophy remained out of reach.
Last week, our team set off on an adventure to London for the International Motor Film Awards. We were honored to be nominated in the Best Event Film category for our work on the Wolfsgart event film.
As we arrived at the venue, the anticipation was palpable. The event wasn't just about recognition; it was a gathering of kindred spirits who share a passion for motor filmmaking. It was an opportunity to connect with industry peers, from fellow filmmakers to automotive experts, fostering creativity and collaboration.
Look, we got dressed!
While we didn't secure the Best Event Film award, the nomination itself was an achievement. It reaffirmed our commitment to pushing the boundaries of motor filmmaking.
Some photos from the Alexandria Palace
Beyond the ceremony, our time in London was a delightful blend of exploration and celebration. We savored the city's rich history, iconic landmarks, and the unique blend of old-world charm and modern vibrancy.
Our journey to the International Motor Film Awards celebrated our dedication to the craft and the global reach of motor filmmaking. As we boarded our flight back home, we carried with us memories and experiences that will continue to fuel our passion for storytelling through our cameras.
While the trophy may have eluded us this time, the journey has only just begun. We're excited to keep pushing the boundaries of motor filmmaking, capturing the essence of the automotive world one frame at a time. Networking and Inspirational Encounters: At the Motor Awards, we had the privilege of not only showcasing our work but also mingling with industry experts and creatives who continue to push the boundaries of motor filmmaking. We had insightful conversations with professionals like Andy Bell and Avi Cohen, who shared their expertise and experiences in the field. Companies like Still Moving Media, Top Crane, and Tilta Max showcased impressive products that piqued our interest. Meeting George from Ultimate Arm and Andy from MSS Safety was a highlight, as we got to delve into discussions about cutting-edge equipment and safety protocols. G6 Moco, known for their innovative motion control systems, also left a lasting impression.
One of the most memorable moments was connecting with Sweatpants Media, a team whose work, like the Penzoil commercial, has been a great source of inspiration for us. It was an incredible experience to ask questions and gain insights from the creators behind such remarkable projects. These encounters and conversations reaffirmed our commitment to continuous improvement and innovation in motor filmmaking.
Here are some links to websites and profiles of the remarkable individuals and companies we met:
These connections and the exposure to cutting-edge products have further fueled our passion for motor filmmaking and the pursuit of excellence in our craft.