Short films offer a straight forward way to communicate directly with your audience, whether they are clients or employees. We've produced films for all sorts of uses such as explainer videos about what businesses do, customer feedback videos and training films. See Speak Hear will work closely together with your company to create a film from concept to final cut. We fit to whatever budget your business has. Sometimes all you need is a neat, succinct snippet to get the message across. 

Live Action Showreel 2016
A selection of clips from live action films produced by See Speak Hear.  Many of these shots are from internal films. Live action is the platform that can convince, be serious, train or influence. It can be used to present ideas, opinions and give feedback. This is the format that lets you connect with the subject and sets the scene for the viewer to become involved and engaged.

Welcome to Woodlands School
This film was made to highlight all things great about this school for pupils who have either severe learning difficulties, very complex needs or autism. It was designed to be fun for both potential parents and pupils to enjoy and learn a little about why Woodlands School is the best. With 12,000 views in it’s first 24hours on Facebook we believe it truly makes it’s point!


ASSERT: What is Angelman Syndrome?
This is an Award winning film, having won Bronze in the Charity Film Awards 2018. This short film gives you an insight into what somebody with Angelman Syndrome is like and how it effects the individuals, their family or carers on a daily basis. The film features stop frame animation clips to keep the tone light whilst personal experiences keep the film moving.

Greene King Bury St Edmunds Brewery Tour
This short version of the brewery tour gives you a small insight into the entire tour that was filmed around Greene King head office and brewery. Designed to give viewers the experience of being in the tour group. The full film is 45 minutes long and offers a great deal of information and facts about Greene King’s heritage, the 1930’s brewery building and about the brewing process carried out on a daily basis.


Ten Bells Gin Distillery
A case study about Patrick, who was launching the first gin distillery in Norwich. We captured Patrick's excitement and enthusiasm when taking this huge step for the future of his pub. This is a great example of how a video case study can give you an insight into a company. It helps customers to relate to the business, to understand their values and to hear their story.

Essex Students Union - Wallpaper Party
We filmed this at Essex Uni collaborating with a company that were re-branding the SU. It was the re-brand launch party to introduce their new, edgy approach to being the most student focused SU in the world. Students were involved in building photo walls, signing pledges and generally just making themselves feel at home.


Achibe Cards
A set of explainers films to raise awareness for an up and coming product. These films are designed to show how vision cards keep you focused on achieving your goals. The films each show a different way to keep on top of your goals for different causes, view the whole album here.


Discover Careers
See Speak Hear filmed employees at Greene King’s head office, brewing sector, and pub retail. They shared their experiences and spoke about what opportunities are available to employees at the UK's biggest pub company.  The focus here was to create a sincere and honest induction video to welcome new employees.

Big Smoke Brew Co. & the Antelope
See Speak Hear visited the Antelope get some film shots of their micro brewery. They use the space at the back of their courtyard to brew their own beers, giving customers the chance to see their drinks being made. This film demonstrates a great example of a business with their local community in mind. 


Godzilla Meets ASSERT
An interview with the Director of Godzilla, Gareth Edwards and ASSERT, the UK Angelman Syndrome Charity. Gareth is the Patron of ASSERT. Warner Brothers kindly gave us footage to edit and we put together a series of films to raise awareness. Part 1 of the interview, find more on Youtube at the ASSERT UK channel.

If you'd like to see some more animation work please get in touch with us. Some work we do is internal or confidential so we can't make it available. Sorry!