‘We bring high-tech to life’: Production by Veldkamp
At the very same spot where Civolution received the second Emmy Award earlier this week, there was again a success for an Eindhoven company yesterday. Or rather: for two Eindhoven companies. The corporate mood film ‘We bring high-tech to life‘ – produced by Veldkamp Produkties on behalf of and in collaboration with high-tech company Sioux – won the Bronze World Medal in the ‘Society & Social Issues’ category at World’s Best TV & Film Gala.
Producer Jeroen Veldkamp of Veldkamp Produkties and client Mark Hoevenaars of Sioux received the bronze medal on Tuesday evening 10 April at the awards gala in Las Vegas. This coincided with the annual National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show, the largest media & entertainment conference in the world.
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The New York Festival of World’s Best TV & Films is the international event for television productions and corporate films from around the world. For this edition, some 1,000 television and video productions were sent in from more than 40 countries.
In the company film, Sioux shows how technology is changing the world around us and creates an image of an innovative future with infinite possibilities.
Mark Hoevenaars, Marketing & Strategy Director at Sioux: “It was quite a challenge to express the technology of the future. This requires a great deal of imagination and commitment within the cooperation. We are proud to win this award and would like to thank Fieldkamp Produkties for their creativity and dedication, in the realization of our corporate movie.”
In 2017, Veldkamp Produkties already won the third prize (Certificate for Creative Excellence) at the US International Film & Video Festival in the category ‘Editing’ and the second prize (Silver Screen Award) in the category ‘Music’ for the mood film ‘Dit Beweegt Brabant‘, produced on behalf of the Province of North Brabant.
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