There is no doubt the pandemic has provided many challenges for the post production industry but it has also forced us into new ways of working, many of which have real benefits.
We had great fun working with Magic Light Pictures to record the character Posy for 52 episodes of this beautiful animation series.
We have just completed work on our new purpose build podcast studio. Find out more about it here!
Managing Director Thomas Dalton recently spoke to Debs Skeldon from Behind the Glass magazine about why he started the business and his vision for the future.
We’ve turbo charged our live review and approval sessions with Evercast, an ultra low latency streaming platform with built in video conferencing.
We recently chatted to Avid about how we are helping production companies through these unchartered waters.
You can have a read here.
Read about how we have adapted our voiceover recording workflow in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
We have just finished full audio post production on this quirky British comedy feature. It’s a story about fitting in, falling out, getting lost and getting back on track.
The films are part of the #ALLISNOTLOST campaign aimed at helping victims of rape understand the importance of preserving evidence after the incident. These difficult and visceral films were hard to work on but we hope they help to improve reporting and convictions in such a difficult and complex area.
We have just completed the voiceover recording for the latest series of The Pets Factor(13×30) airing now on CBBC.
We’ve had a busy start to the year here at Brown Bear completing full sound post production for 13×30 of The World’s Deadliest Drivers series going out now on Quest, BBC Brit and Discovery.
We recently had an article published about us in PSNEurope. Have a read here.
Audio post-production can be a daunting and sometimes expensive territory for content creators but we aim to make it easy and cost effective by offering a flexible partnership program.
Brown Bear Audio has recently finished the audio post for Atlantic Heart, a feature film by BAFTA nominee writer/director Robbie McCallum. The film was premiered at the Pan African Film & Arts Festival in LA last week and received a fantastic response.