LONDON ISSUE 92 Oct 2007

Senso London film production companies

From commercials and music videos to independent projects, Senso prioritises creativity throughout the production process. To fulfil a wide range of briefs the company can ensure unique solutions and an exciting collaborative experience with talents from London, Berlin and Paris.

Projects have included the critically acclaimed documentary 'Let The Lolitas Dream'. Produced for French television and supported by the Centre National de la Cinematographie it continues to be broadcasted. 2007 will see the release of documentary 'The Beatbox Choir', a project supported by the South-Bank Centre.

Senso's success in promos and idents include 'Four Tet, Back and Forth' which was featured at the Berlin film festival and on the BBC's Film network. A two year collaboration with the London-based couturière Aimee McWilliams resulted in the production of her commercial (as previously featured in Production Paradise), and a series of video installations at the Royal Academy of Art in London.

Thriving independent projects include the short film 'Moshi' screened at the Raindance Film Festival. Two short films are also in development for early 2008.

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