One of the big challenges of creating video content for universities is bringing their cutting edge research to life in exhilarating, invigorating, highly visual form.

And, if you’ll permit us a brief tootle of our own trumpet, that is exactly what we’ve accomplished with our new series for the University of York, celebrating 50 years of research by its academics.

The first of those films, Working with Glass and Stone at York Minster, was released online back in December, and now the other three films in the series have followed it. They are as follows…

Fusion: Solving the Energy Problem…

Surviving Climate Change: Butterflies Head North…

And last but certainly not least, Beneath the Surface: Threatened Marine Ecosystems…

As ever with any Spectrecom-produced project, the films were a big ol’ bundle of collaboration between the many talented folks housed within Waterloo Film Studios’ walls.

However, special mention must be made of director/editor Matt Farman, who has guided the whole series from start to finish with upmost skill and determination.

Spectrecom is a market leader in UK student recruitment filmmaking. We’ve worked with more than 30 universities including Durham, Newcastle, King’s College, Lancaster and Sussex. Take a look a look at our Universities page to find out more.

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