KIELDER WATER & FOREST PARK ON FILM
Indigo Produces Three Films In One for Kielder.
Kielder Water & Forest Park has undertaken an impressive revamp to its exhibition at the Tower Knowe Visitor Centre. At the heart of this is a multi-screen film which welcomes visitors.
Indigo produced the film for Wildlight, the heritage communications agency which coordinated the refurbishment.
Tim Crump, Director of Wildlight explained: “With such a wide range of attractions, experiences and facilities on offer, it was vital that they were presented in a concise and engaging way. We wanted to ensure that the new exhibition offered information that is interesting, accurate and informative. We decided that one of the simplest and most effective ways to share the secrets of the area would be through the voices of people who live and work there.”
Tim said: “The team at Indigo have the rare combination of creative flair, friendliness and professionalism which puts interviewees immediately at ease. The result was brilliant.”
To complement these interviews, the film also features spectacular views of the landscape, wildlife, natural and man-made attractions. The footage was then edited to create three videos that run in synchronisation on adjacent screens in the Tower Knowe Visitor Centre.
John Adams Project Director AV at Indigo added: “The stunning visuals in this location meant that there was a huge amount of material to pack into a short film, so the multi-screen approach offered a great solution.”
Following the opening of the Centre, Elisabeth Rowark, Kielder Partnership director, concluded: “We are delighted with the refurbishment and in particular the impressive welcome film. We are already receiving excellent feedback from visitors.”
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