The Institute of Directors Jersey Branch host two events each year, their awards and their annual debate. 3Ci was chosen as production partner in 2014 to supply film content for the awards night. The event compère and host Gyles Brandreth cast his critical eye over the videos on the night and his usual scathing tongue was replaced with some rather nice compliments!
The Government of Jersey is going though a period of transformational reform. For the States of Jersey summer 2014 Reform Roadshow we produced content for the event, filmed at the event and delivered ongoing content post-event.
Attracting 40,000 visitors over three days, the Barclays Jersey Boat Show is one of the biggest free public events in Jersey. With trade exhibitors from the UK, Channel Islands and France, the 2014 boat show was the biggest and best yet. 3Ci provides promotional and communication films to support the development and growth of this prestigious event.
The annual Sunset Concerts in Jersey attract almost 5,000 people over two summer evenings. The National Trust for Jersey gives over Grantez headland for the Ashburton Investments sponsored event. The 3Ci crew enjoy this event as it is not only highly visual but the bands selected to play always make a good noise.
Lambert Legal teamed up with Calmera Business Consultancy to deliver vital Discrimination Law training modules on film. Wendy Lambert and Mary Curtis decided to present their expertise in this studio set series of films as an easy to digest summary of the key points of the new law. Access to the full modules is from behind a pay wall on their website but here you can see a short promotional edit that gives you and potential users a flavour of…
Jersey RFC play in the English Greene King IPA Championship. At 3C International we partnered with the club to launch a dedicated YouTube Channel in 2014. The channel takes in off the pitch activity and interviews with coaches and players. The emphasis is on giving fans and followers access to video content about the club and information that they wouldn’t normally have access to through the mainstream media.