Cambridge Filmworks is working closely with clients to bring their windows to the world alive. Cambridge FIlmworks Contactless Productions uses remote filming, animations, live streaming and TV quality programming to enable companies to communicate, stay connected and reach new audiences across the world.
Cambridge Filmworks' film with the University of Cambridge Coastal Research Unit has won the top prize in the film category at this year's prestigious Royal Geographical Society Earth Photo 2019 competition.
Cambridge Filmworks has teamed up with the CRUK Cambridge Institute to produce a suite of new films about their research and cutting edge work in the fight against cancer.
Critical Subsystems are the $12Bn industry that you’ve probably never heard of. You can add another $7Bn if you include Critical Components. Many don’t realise the important role Critical Subsystems & Components suppliers play in developing the latest technology for modern society.
Cambridge Filmworks has partnered with CMR Surgical to produce a new film for its groundbreaking new surgical robotic system Versius.
Cambridge Filmworks has teamed up with the mental health charity Mind and games company Jagex to produce a powerful new film to raise awareness of suicide prevention.
In 2018, Royal Papworth Hospital is celebrating its centenary year as well as preparing for a historic move to a new hospital on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus. To mark 100 years of this extraordinary institution, Cambridge Filmworks has produced a brand new documentary film telling the fascinating story of how the hospital grew from a tuberculosis ‘colony’ to a leading heart and lung hospital,…
Cambridge Filmworks has teamed up with Microsoft Research to film its groundbreaking Hololens technology for this year's Royal Society Summer Exhibition.
Cambridge Filmworks films at the Inter-Ace Cyber Challenge 2017.
Cambridge Filmworks has teamed up with Connecting Cambridgeshire to produce a brand new film showcasing the innovative digital technologies being deployed to create the new ‘smart’ city.
Cambridge Filmworks has partnered with the University of Cambridge to produce a suite of new films for the University of Cambridge 'Public Engagement with Research' Awards.
From Professor Stephen Hawking to Everest Base Camp, robotics to zoology, AI to DNA, over the past year Cambridge Filmworks has been producing films and media for some of the most fascinating people, companies and events. But the future is looking even bigger.
Celebrating Cambridge University history, prestigious alumni, world class faculty and programmes, a new infographic style animation offers a fun and accessible introduction to Executive Education at the Judge Business School.
Cambridge Filmworks takes to the skies with the Imperial War Museum(IWM), producing a series of promotional films for the Duxford Air Show Meet the Fighters in September.
With time travelling digital ghosts, steam-punked submarines, CGI animated fossils and weather balloons projecting the earth’s climate change, the Seaton Jurassic centre is no ordinary visitor attraction.
Cambridge Filmworks meets the researchers at Microsoft Research Cambridge who are working at the leading edge of technology innovation.
Local Fenland ice skaters are being celebrated in a brand new documentary to be broadcast on national television.
From gaming system to medical breakthrough: how Microsoft and Novartis created Assess MS.
Cambridge Filmworks has worked with the University of Cambridge to produce a series of compelling promotional films for the Cambridge Science Festival 2016.
Cambridge Filmworks has teamed up with leading product technologists Cambridge Consultants to showcase a world first in radio design, transforming warehouse automation for Ocado.
Cambridge Filmworks has been involved in the latest University of Cambridge fundraising campaign, filming famous alumni in Dear World, Yours, Cambridge.
The Cambridge Judge Business School is 25 years old this year and to celebrate, Cambridge Filmworks has produced a brand new film looking at the school's past, present and future.
For the fifth year in a row Cambridge Filmworks has filmed at the House of Lords, teaming up with the UK’s oldest charity Action for Children to cover their annual Stephenson Awards.
Cambridge Filmworks recently spent a week with Microsoft Research as they hosted their 10th annual PhD Summer School.
As the box office movie smash Jurassic World continues to top the charts, Cambridge Filmworks has been commissioned to create a series of unique films and installations for a new visitor centre being created to tell the incredible story of the geology and marine biology of the Jurassic Coast, England's first Natural World Heritage Site.