We’ve all seen the happy-happy-happy videos. Employees who scream in front of the camera how much they love their job, CEOs giving the perfect speech, managers talking about what a great company they work for… But–thank heavens–we don’t live in a perfect world. And we don’t need perfect role models. Honest stories, people with problems … Continued
Jetfish, a video production company focused on corporate storytelling …
Movies should move you; company movies should do even more.
They must instantly capture the attention and clearly communicate their message; but – most of all – they should conquer hearts and inspire change. From start to finish, we make a difference on 4 levels:
TURNING INPUT INTO A STORY
Jetfish helps define and develop the right content and look for an interesting angle to work with it.
TURNING A STORY INTO A FILM
We go all the way to find the most captivating way to express your message so that it leaves a lasting impression.
TURNING A FILM INTO AN EXPERIENCE
We select the channels that make sure your film is shared and appreciated by many.
TURNING EXPERIENCE INTO RESULTS
We analyse all data to assure that the film delivers. And work with you to get even better results.
Swarovski – Animation series
Goodyear – Animation video
Sales pitch/presentation videos
F-Care – 3D – Animation video (medical tutorial)
Goods2Give – Animation video
Twizzit – animation video
Talmundo – Stopmotion animation video
Swarovski – 60min learning film (role plays and interrotron* interviews)
Swarovski – Interactive video
Media training – video support
NATHALIE LUBBE BAKKER
FOUNDER & CREATIVE PRODUCER
Nathalie studied film at the Digital Film School in New York, where she worked as a freelance video journalist for various television networks. In 2009, she founded Jetfish Productions, a video production company focused on corporate storytelling. Today, Jetfish works for multinational clients all over the world
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JONAS ‘JON’ SWOLFS
After finishing his master degree in animation film at the Brussels Erasmus School in 2009, Jonas started working as a 3D character animator on an international television series. Three years later he decided to leave the big studios to become an all-round animator, motion designer and 3D artist.
Today, his work includes everything from character- to logo animations, from commercials to music videos and from background visuals to infographics and explanatory videos. In his range of styles, encompassing an expertise in both 2D and 3D, there is everything from black and white to full colour, cute to weird and artistic to commercial.
Rob Allen is an internationally published writer whose first book, a study of narrative in popular culture, was published by Routledge in 2014.
He has 15 years experience writing for digital media. His speciality is transforming complex information into engaging narratives. From short screenplays to entire campaigns, he helps clients find the right story to reach their audience.
In his spare time, he also writes stand up comedy and songs. He has appeared at international comedy festivals and his songs will be performed at Glastonbury 2015. His PhD remains unpublished, which is probably for the best.
SCREENWRITER & DIRECTOR
Mark started as a web-copywriter in the 2000s and moved on working as a writer for Dutch television (Talpa, MTV The Netherlands). When he relocated to Belgium he decided to pursue his passion for film and screenwriting. As one half of the duo Alidor Dolfing he wrote and directed the short film Wien For Life (2014) which won the Be TV Award at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival 2015 and the 3rd prize in the Audience Award of the International Short Film festival Leuven 2014.
Leen has worked in many fields of audiovisual production over the last 15 years. From documentaries and tv programs to commercials and fashion videos, from filming and directing to working in the editing suite, Leen is a true, hands-on director. Her experience means she can translate any idea or message into a captivating and engaging audiovisual story.
Many production companies focus on filmmaking or documentary making as well as corporate video production. But there is a huge difference . In a creative production, the filmmakers are usually presenting their point of view on a particular topic. The audience is more general and there are fewer stakeholders involved. Corporate video making is requires … Continued
Last year our work on several interactive video productions taught us a few things: Guiding the audience through a compelling top-line narrative, interactive videos afford clients the chance to drill down on the details they want. The narrative is more effective in interactive storytelling because it actively engages users thereby creating a more valuable experience. … Continued