August 26, 2010
Our films for the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing are now online.
The Institute looks after the all of the UK’s non-destructive testing (that’s things like ultrasound and radiography on everything from bridges to trains to fairground rides to babies in the womb – anything that needs testing without harming) and we made the films to explain their role and educate school leavers about the excellent opportunities the industry offers.
Because the films cover such a wide array of disciplines and locations – oil rigs, hospitals, amusement parks, lifeboats, power stations – the logistics of shooting meant that the project has taken around five years from concept to completion, one of the longest gestating jobs we’ve ever had. The project was original conceived as a DVD that would be distributed to schools and colleges but, because of developments online, it is now being disseminated via the web. All 13 films are available on BINDT’s Youtube page which you can view via the link below, or you can watch the main promo above.
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