Education is a business sector in its own right. It requires more than just “educational films.”

Halo Films works with many parts of the education sector. From powerful Intercasts with head teachers, to a “video” annual report of the assessing body for further education, our films are targeted and help the educational sector communicate in an engaging and business like way.

Films for education fall into two areas: ones that teach and inform, and business communication films for operators in the sector.

Halo Films’ managing director, Peter Georgi spent 10 years in the Science Department of the BBC, making shows like Tomorrow’s World, QED, The Human Body and Walking With Cavemen. We have an innate understanding of how to communicate complex ideas to lay audiences but more importantly, how to engage them and keep them watching. We believe that every viewer is a human being, so they are moved by and respond to the same things you or I do. Keep that notion at the heart of any film for learning and you are half way there.

We are used to working with children and babies and have DBS registered staff. We are also used to dealing with complex and sensitive subjects, having made a film about understanding suicidal crisis that is used for training by The Samaritans.
As a business, the education sector must communicate at the same high level as any other. Halo Films is above all, a high quality business communication video producer. We know how to target messages for specific audiences and continually help put human faces to companies and organisations.

We have worked with regulatory bodies, multi-national children’s brands (Kelloggs and Peppa Pig) as well as individual schools.

As part of our commitment to education in the round, Halo Films is part of The Castle School’s Premium Partnership, an initiative to help students get a better understanding of the world of work. We take work experience students, run specific projects with the media faculty and Peter is a regular speaker at school functions.