Get the FAQs

Q. How much does it cost?

A. The most-asked question in any profession. And it's no simple one to answer, considering each and every film we produce is totally unique. That being said, we have three easy ways to price your film, which you can find on this page.


Q. How long will it take?

A. This depends, of course, on the complexity of your production. Generally, the films we produce are 60-90 seconds in length and require 4-6 weeks to write and produce. If you’d like an estimated timeline for your project, we invite you to submit a quote form, which can be found here.


Q. What's the process like?

A. Producing a film can generally be described in four steps: development, pre-production, production, and post-production. Bunch of mumbo-jumbo, right? In case you're interested in learning more about these steps, visit this page to see what goes on behind the scenes.


Q. What happens afterward?

A. Many people wonder what happens after we produce their film. Does it just sit on their website collecting digital dust, or do we help them make the big bucks with their shiny new film? The answer: it's up to you. Some of our clients are really just looking for something to pretty-up their website. Others want to see that ROI, in which case we'll help you create a plan to market your film(s) and make some waves.


Q. Do you offer drone photography?

A. What kind of video production company wouldn’t? We work with some amazingly talented and licensed aerial photographers who own the latest, greatest gear and can make your viewers feel like they're on top of the world. If you're specifically interested in drone work, please mention it when you submit a quote form.


Q. Do you offer still-photography?

A. While we don’t provide photography services in-house, we work closely with local photographers that are absolute experts in their field. If you'd like us to put you in touch with any photographers, go ahead and contact us through the form below, or mention it when you submit a quote form.


Q. What's the paperwork like?

A. No one likes paperwork. That’s exactly why we keep ours simple. Before starting your project, we’ll have you sign a simple services agreement that highlights our obligations to you and yours to us. In addition, anyone that makes an appearance in the film will be asked to sign a release form. And that's about it. Simple, right?


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