AUTOMOTIVE

 

We have a wealth of experience of productions in the Automotive sector.

 

From Grand Prix Racing commercials to Broadcast documentaries and Corporate productions, this is our historical base.

 

Below are just a few examples of our work:

Stewart-Ford Grand Prix 1997 for Ford Europe

 

This 3 minute music video about the launch of the Stewart Grand Prix Team was shown continuously in every Ford showroom in Europe during a 6 month period in 1997.

“The Ultimate Winner” - for Ford Electronics (1993)

 

20 minute documentary explaining how Ford uses technology developed in its Grand Prix programme and transfers it to their road cars. 

Written and directed by Hal Hamilton

“Ferrari – Victory By Design”

Camerawork and Editing of this Broadcast Documentary for Speedvision, USA

 

The second programme in a series for the Speedvision network, this film was shot on location in the USA, France and England. It features renowned racer and Ferrari aficionado Alain de Cadenet driving and appraising some of the most important and exciting sports cars to have come out of Modena in the past 50 years. Written & directed by award winning filmmaker Tony Maylam.

“Classic & Sports Car” magazine review:

 

“Six years after the release of his excellent The Porsche Story, director Tony Maylam has again teamed up with presenter Alain de Cadenet to produce the promised follow up on Ferrari.  The high quality production and inspired photography of Chris Davies are a class above most video marque histories.  Alain de Cadenet is the lucky man who gets to pedal some of the greatest ever Ferrari sports cars from gorgeous 166 Barchetta to 333SP, but his charm and authority carry the enviable task off with aplomb.  Cameraman Chris Davies makes the most of various locations and masterfully manages to make California back roads look like the Targa Florio.  De Cadenet’s Herbert Johnson helmet is a nice touch”.

© Theta Productions

 

 

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The New York Times described this series as "car pornography".  You can read their full article here.