Christmas promotional film for The National Trust’s Tyntesfield House near Bristol
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The National Trust charity has engaged ENIGMA VIDEO to produce a 2 minute Christmas promotional film featuring the Gothic Victorian house Tyntesfield in Wraxall, Bristol.

The complex brief included choreographing the movements of a dozen ‘Victorian’ performers in a 2 minute single take with the camera moving through several rooms.

Director Sally Doran’s concept was to have the action slowed down to give a gracefull flow to the finished piece. This meant completing each take in one minute so that playback would last two minute. Director of photography and Steadicam operator Joshua Richards’ skills have produced a stunning result which the National Trust is very pleased with and has resulted in over 20,000 views on the Tyntesfield web site.

View the trailer here by scrolling down on the Tyntesfield website: https://www.facebook.com/TyntesfieldNT/?fref=ts

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