Great Stories, Better Lives.
Great Stories, Better Lives.
What Makes Crown Street Different
In the world of marketing, there are the "five P's." Product. Price, Promotion, Place, and People. At Crown Street Films, taken a little creative license (after all, that's what we do) and created our own five P's. People, Process, Personality, Product, and Passion.
We like to work with clients as if they’re family members. It’s not transactional for me. We don’t say let us create the content and we're done. We always take into account your business and the growth you want to achieve ...
A documentary is a film or video examining an event or person based on facts. It is the ultimate in telling a story. It's also a definitive and compelling way to document a person, place, thing, or a time that needs memorializing. Simply due to their nature, documentaries are a great way to educate people.At Crown Street Films we believe that documentary storytelling is about shining a light on the human condition.
Why storytelling is important in healthcare
How you change people's lives matters
A well-informed patient makes the process from initial diagnosis through recovery smoother.
Knowledge is power. Video content can help educate prospective patients, so they are more informed and comfortable with the decision-making process. A continuing series of informative and compelling healthcare content can also help aid in the patient recovery process. If people are well informed about what will happen or what to expect, it can help eliminate stress.
Crown Street Films produces documentaries, commercials, branding content, explainer videos, and content to educate.
Those are simply a few types of content that we create. However, the landscape about what works, what is hot, what's outdated, or what's next is continually changing.
It's probably better stated as "How Can We Help?" instead of "What's the Process", because the process is entirely dependent on what our clients need.
It's a process with many fine details, so the length of time from the initial agreement to delivery depends on the approach that is unique to your project, goals, and needs.
Revisions are built into the agreement once a client signs off on the scope of work.
The client's needs determine the length of the video. If you're doing something external-facing your business, a good rule of thumb is 2.5 to 3 minutes.
Suppose it's internal-facing for HR, training, and workforce retention. An appropriate length is five minutes.
The team at Crown Street Films is unparalleled in their talent and professionalism. They care deeply about the work they do, and the people they do it for. They approach every video project with unique vision and see it through with an outstanding production—and they're communicative and friendly to work with at every step. We would proudly recommend Crown Street Films for any visual production needs.