Video Production Perth

Solo Films is a complete concept to delivery video production company in Perth. With over 30 years of industry experience, from producing award winning commercials to engaging and entertaining corporate video, Solo Films delivers quality and cost effective content for our clients.

Our expertise has been forged in the advertising market, where budgets and turnaround times are tight. As a result, we have developed an innate understanding of listening to our clients and meeting their demands on time and on budget.

Solo Films is a combination of multi award winning Director and Producer team, Scott Wright and Lee Guy-Wallis. What sets Solo Films apart from our competitors? We have learnt to be flexible with each video production we are involved in. We can scale according to budget or to delivery requirements. We can outsource particular production elements to our network of highly skilled suppliers or we can keep it in house. No matter which direction each project takes, we will deliver.

Solo Films has collaborated with all types of organisations from fledgling start ups to some of the biggest brands. We have a video production archive of training videos, sales and marketing videos, promotional and corporate videos and communications.

If your company is curious about video production for its growth, then drop us a line. We will be more than happy to discuss your needs and come back to you with the best possible solution.

We also like a good coffee.

Level 1, Suite 5, 389 Oxford Street, Mount Hawthorn
Western Australia, 6016

Breast Cancer Care WA 2016

At Solo Films, Lee and I are always amazed at the quality of of people we are fortunate to meet. And when we work with the team at Breast Cancer Care WA, we leave feeling equal parts amazed and inspired. The latest Long Table Lunch video is no different. This year, we met Kylie Stevenson who was diagnosed with breast cancer just shy of her 48th birthday. With the incredible support and guidance from Aileen and Moira at Breast Cancer Care WA, Kylie not only got through her ordeal, she came out with renewed vigour for life.

Kylie’s family has a history with breast cancer. Her grandmother, mother and sister were all diagnosed at different ages and stages in their lives. Each diagnosis was was different and each faced different choices. Kylie made sure that she had regular check ups. In 2010, Kylie moved from Melbourne to Perth and was seen by the SCGH High Risk Clinic. And as a high risk patient, Kylie had yearly scans, mammograms, ultrasounds and MRI. This was a stressful time for Kylie.

In 2012, after six months of testing and a biopsy, Kylie was declared clear of cancer.

But that joy was short lived.

After more testing in the following year, Kylie got the devastating news. She had a 9mm tubular carcinoma.

To watch Kylie’s story, click here

If you would like to help the team at BCCWA in anyway you can, visit their webpage to see how.

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