This week saw the beginning of an exciting new venture for the Alliotts media team, a venture that’s been over a year in the making. We have been spreading the word for a while now, but Wednesday saw the official... Read more
This week saw the beginning of an exciting new venture for the Alliotts media team, a venture that’s been over a year in the making.
We have been spreading the word for a while now, but Wednesday saw the official launch of Triple Exposure – our new one-stop shop for Film and Tv productions. The intention? To take all the hassle out of the business side of film making and TV programme making and leave creators free to create.
We have teamed up with insurance broker ‘Performance Film and Media Insurance’ and legal firm ‘Reviewed and Cleared’ to support clients with a linked approach to these three areas – with time savings and special offers, just a few things we hope will make a huge difference to our clients.
The idea was first floated a year ago, when one member of the team was contacted by a frustrated client – struggling with the sheer amount of administration involved in the replication of information about his production between lawyers, accountants and insurers.
Cut to Cannes 2022 (where else?) and an idea started to form. We saw that this is a common problem faced by those working in the film industry and yet there didn’t seem to be anything in the market which offered a linked approach. People we spoke to told us that the things industry professionals want to be focus on are growing and creating their projects and passions, not getting bogged down with the small print.
We knew who we wanted to partner with. Performance Insurance and Reviewed and Cleared have demonstrated alignment with Alliotts’ values – transparency, collaboration and a real interest and shared passion with the projects our clients are involved in.
The three firms have been working together for months to bring this idea to life and the launch in Hoxton Square was a fantastic opportunity to share this. It was an action-packed day of events, screenings, talks and panel discussions to mark the occasion.
As well as an opportunity for industry insiders to meet the teams involved in Triple Exposure – and grill us on all things business – we had a talk from BAFTA nominated producer Farah Abushwesha and podcast hosts Giles Alderson and Dominic Lenoir from ‘The Filmmakers Podcast’ (an essential listen for anyone in the industry!)
We really hope everyone who attended enjoyed the day and we are looking forward to what this new venture will bring.
For more information, please give our new Triple Exposure website a look, and feel free to get in touch
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