The TePonui team had an awesome time filming American R&B star Mayda Miller playing an intimate Jazz Set for What’s On Phnom Penh last week! Here’s our video of the night…
And you can read the full interview and review of Mayda Miller’s gig over at What’s On Phnom Penh!
We had an AWESOME time filming the Golden Street Music Festival for What’s On Phnom Penh! Take a look at the highlights below…
“Any media company that is not also a technology company today is missing out – and it’s probably not going to be around for much longer.”
Check out this awesome series on how newsrooms and media outlets are changing to survive. It’s excellent.
All episodes available here at futureof.news
You might have noticed a little addition to the TePonui website… namely, the “Free Stuff” tab.
Yep, that’s right: free.
Over the coming months, we’ll provide advice on messaging, communication and crafting narratives, technical video production tips and industry insights, right here on the TePonui site. We’ll be sharing our hard-earned expertise by rolling out these complimentary resources to help you take your written and visual storytelling to the next level.
And to get you started, here’s our Mini-Masterclass, The (Nobel Prize-Winning) Reason that Simpler is Smarter.
We’re chuffed to bits to hear that awesome 3D printing company & social enterprise ARC Hub PNH have been selected to represent Cambodia at the ASEAN Impact Challenge in Kuala Lumpur! In case you missed it, here’s the video that we made for them, explaining their work as part of their application.
Well done guys!
We had a fantastic time working on this gorgeous short film, directed by Drew Meakin and edited by TePonui director Lindsey Kennedy, about a tragic husband developing an unfortunate obsession with a mysterious redhead in blue. The 12 min cut is now available in its full glory on Vimeo. Enjoy!
Last week we produced this video for the fantastic social enterprise Arc Hub PNH in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The team have launched a campaign to fund 10 of the best and brightest students in the Kingdom to take an intensive 8 week course, learning the skills of 3D design, electronics, 3D printing and entrepreneurship. Check out http://startsomegood.com/thinkglobalmakelocal for more information.
TePonui produced this video interview with BAFTA award-winning filmmaker Oggi Tomic for the What’s On Cambridge website. Oggi’s documentary Finding Family, which retraces his footsteps to the Sarajevo orphanage that he grew up in during the war, was screened as part of this year’s Cambridge Film Festival. Click here for more on the story.
TePonui has been working with the theatre group Deep Diving Men on a new promotional video and mini-documentary to introduce what they do and to explore some of the themes that inspire their work.
Continue reading Promotional video & mini-documentary | Deep Diving Men LAB
TePonui was very pleased to produce this short video for SME Insider, interviewing Dave Gannon and Kathy Sutherland at the launch of their new curry pizza brand Curry Dave’s. We can safely say that the “curizzas” (soon to be sold at Tesco and Ocado) were absolutely delicious!
The TePonui team has been out filming today with brand new local culture & news site What’s On Cambridge, covering the Suicide Sunday boat race. Essentially, this is a yearly event where Cambridge University students build boats out of cardboard and tape and attempt to race them up and down the Cam, typically with pretty entertaining results!
With Raindance’s 15 second Halloween horror film competition just a few days away, the TePonui team thought we’d try our hand at making a super-short, no-budget film of our own!