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Once upon a time...
Local Charity Work
It all started with the founders of XSquared Films being involved with local charity work, providing video content to third sector organisations for free, in order to gain experience working with clients.
Through working with local charities, the founders were introduced to international Reggae star Apache Indian and his Music Academy, opening up a number of opportunities within the entertainment industry.
The founders utilised the acquired contacts to start event videography, producing a number of edits for festivals and shows over the next two-month period.
XSquared were commissioned to produce a highlight video for the annual BritAsia TV Music Awards in London, which received excellent feedback from the event organisers. The produced video later went on to be aired live on BritAsia TV as a promotional advert for the Music Awards.
Queen's of Amathus
XSquared were contacted by a charity organisation in Birmingham and commissioned to create an hour-long documentary on the Greek-Cypriot migration to Birmingham in the 1970’s. This involved travelling to Cyprus and to capture first hand the journeys of those it affected.
Commonwealth 2022 Bid
Through the continued third-sector work, XSquared were commissioned by Birmingham City Council to create a video to showcase the bids for the 2022 Commonwealth Legacy Programme, an international sports event that will be held in Birmingham.
XSquared began producing promotional videos for small businesses, starting with a Facilities Management company in Birmingham.