For over fifteen years, Knew Productions has been making all sorts of videos – from corporate and training DVDs to TV programmes, pop videos and educational films for young people. Owners Margaret and Richard Knew work with a diverse range of clients all over the country and more recently, Europe and America.
We provide a complete service from scripting to HD filming, editing and final upload or DVD production. Creating effective and engaging videos for web, training, marketing and promotion. You can see the wide variety of ways we help businesses with the exciting format of video by taking a look at our case studies within the Services section.
Our clients include Visit Wales, The National Trust and The British Army. Locally, we work with businesses and organisations such as Wrexham Council, Sharp, Tetra Pak, Cheshire West and Chester Council and North Wales Police. As a result, our Knew Productions team have enormous experience in helping clients to promote products and services, communicate with customers and train staff.
The Knew crew, led by award winning director Richard Knew includes a BAFTA winning cameraman, sound recordists, video editors, script writers and producers, many of whom have trained and worked at the BBC and ITV. To catch a glimpse of us at work take a look at our About Us video.
Company Director Richard Knew has produced a number of short films – three of which scooped acclaimed awards that sit proudly on our shelves. For television, Richard has directed and edited numerous programmes for BBC Wales and ITV Wales, including Refresh, Canals of Wales, Shotgun Slideshow, The Lyrics Game and BBC Wales’s flagship current affairs programme Week In Week Out. In his early years, fresh out of film school he enjoyed producing and directing a number of broadcast pop videos for bands such as Camera and The Wedding Present; and for major record companies like RCA. It’s this exciting background in pop videos and television that sets Richard apart from most corporate video producers.
Corporate Video Awards
Short Film Awards