MBX Productions

MBX is a Brighton based film and video production company. We specialise in the production of high quality, cost effective music videos. We have particular expertise in shooting and editing in High Definition.

We aim to provide a one stop shop for clients. We will provide a seamless progression from original concept (if required), through to pre-production, shooting and post production.

Our background in feature films means that we are able to produce extremely creative music videos with high production values.

MBX Productions

MBX produces feature films. Our first, Man In a Box, is a psychological drama shot in and around Brighton. It was shown at the Strasburg International Film Festival in September 2008 and will play at other International festivals in 2009.

MBX ProductionsOur second feature is a documentary following the progress of a world junior sprint cyclist as he attempts to qualify and win a medal at the 2012 London Olympics. Shooting started in 2007 and we will follow him through all the highs and lows, cumulating in the next Olympics.

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MBX Productions

We aim to produce ground breaking, quality work, for whatever stage you are at in your career.You may be unsigned and want to make your first video to attract the attention of a label. Or perhaps, you want to go it alone and put out something to showcase your talents on YouTube. Or you may be an established artist, looking to create a truly original music video, to capture the essence of your music and inspirations.

We will work with you to create visual images which are strong, inspire and show who you are . We will draw on our background in film to give you cinematic production values and imagery.

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MBX Productions

MBX Productions MBX is currently doing post production (editing, music and graphics) for Samsung UK. The project involves the creation of four one minute promotional visual effects for Samsungs support of Breast cancer awareness.

MBX Productions MBX are currently reviewing the extensive footage already shot for the Olympic documentary. This footage will then be assembled into a high quality exciting trailer to show to potential backers and sponsors.