Fluid Films: Productions of video commercials

Over the last several years, Atlanta has become the film and video production hub for the Southeast United States. This has attracted a lot of talented young people. Atlanta based Fluid Films has been able to not only find wonderful people to work on crews, but talented people to work in front of the camera.

Our goals are to become the region’s premier resource for film and video production of branded content, product and corporate videos, and commercials.

“Fluid Films began when they saw a need from the marketplace that wasn’t currently being served by other agencies. In fact, this need showed a gap in the film and video production community at large: Clients asking for high quality, yet cost effective video content for websites, YouTube, social media and web video advertising. Yet agencies and production companies struggle to adjust their business models to address high quality, low cost products.

The flagging economy, resulting in lower budgets for television commercials, resulted in a greater need for more cost effective production of television commercials by regional companies. And this is where Fluid Films steps in. As former agency professionals, they understand the needs of agencies and how they work. Through Fluid Films, they customized their work according to today’s market needs and they are well positioned to not only work with ad agencies, but provide solutions for corporate clients and non-profits.

In fact, they have a passion for non-profits because it provides a chance to do work that can make a difference and contains a strong story to tell. In the past year they have produced short films for the Alliance Theatre, the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta and the City of Refuge.

City of Refuge

Fluid Films helped City of Refuge tell the stories of those they serve.

Dealer Anthem

Manheim showed they understood their customers by telling their stories. Video

 Alliance Premeire

Opening video for the Alliance Theatre’s 2011-2012 season by Fluid Films. Video 

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