Why not think outside the box and try something new?
Sponsoring our projects are very rewarding. Through demonstration of your Corporate Social Responsibility, we offer many promotional benefits.
As we are a community interest company, companies can claim tax relief for donations to us as a charge against income in their corporation tax calculation.
Gifts in kind can help us save resources, and in turn, enable us to offer more places on our community projects. We recognise the value of in-kind support, and many local companies have already benefited from partnering with us.
As well as 'gifts', offering professional advise, expertise, time, profile-raising and advertising space are all valuable ways in which your business can show your support to CBC. And in return, we always publicly thank our sponsors via social media, on our website and at events.
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We are always happy to share our experience, so why not commission us to produce a film for you? We can work with you to create a narrative short film to reflect any relevant subject matter.
With our team's experience and expertise, we seek to collaborate and help local film makers and entertainers in the creation of media projects, through every aspect of the production process: from script drafting to logistical planning, filming, editing and exhibition.
CAST & CREW
Our community projects have a phase of open auditions, followed by workshops and a shoot period, to put those new skills into practice! Together we create an visual end product for everyone involved to be proud of! We often also film an accompanying behind the scenes documentary.
If you would like to get involved in our projects, either in-front of the camera or behind the scenes, then complete our simple online form.
We'd love to hear from you.
With many and varied roles within the media production process, it all starts with a script – a story waiting to be told. A highly collaborative environment, any successful project relies entirely on a team effort – like 'cogs in a machine', every role is vital to its achievement.
So what are some of the production roles: