Phase One – Strategy, Concept & Design Meeting
A preliminary questionnaire designed to capture the basics of the case will be sent prior to the first meeting. This initial meeting will be with attorney (and client if possible) to gather information, develop the video presentation strategy based on goals/desired outcome and to decide who is best to interview. It is also necessary at this time to determine in advance if any medical or other professionals are to be included and what their questions will contain. Deciding who is to be involved in the presentation, their testimony details, contributions and comments and what needs to be emphasized to the judge is critical before the design and scheduling can begin. An estimate will be furnished after this meeting.

Phase Two – Scheduling & Investment Estimate
A phase one/initial concept meeting must take place before an estimate is provided. Costs vary and depend on length, number of people interviewed, number of locations, stock photos and/or use of footage along with the time needed to collect content. Any changes made after final version is approved will be billed separately at an hourly rate. Once an estimate is approved, we move to phase three.

Phase Three – Shoot Interviews, Gather Visuals & Information
Interviews are shot and recorded accordingly on location or in a place chosen by lawyer, client and/or participants. If budget allows we can travel to accommodate contributors. Photos, memorabilia and additional visuals will be gathered and edited for potential use.

Phase Four – Compile, Edit Video| First Cut Presentation | Feedback
Interview footage and recordings are compiled and edited into a first draft for viewing by the attorney, producer and client. The interviews and any additional visuals (stock footage or personal memorabilia) needed to convey the message will be included as needed and if provided.

Phase Five – Re-edit | Polish/Add Music | Final Cut Presentation
Once final content and order of events is approved from phase four, the final cut will be developed and enhanced with music or sound effects then presented to the legal team for final approval. We will always be available for changes, updates and/or additions.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING

  • — A. Melvin McDonald, Attorney | Jones, Skelton & Hochuli, P.L.C.
    “The presentation was magical. The presentation, which captured my client’s remarkable life, was far more effective than written statements or public comments made by his supporters.”
    — A. Melvin McDonald, Attorney | Jones, Skelton & Hochuli, P.L.C.
  • — A. Melvin McDonald, Attorney | Jones, Skelton & Hochuli, P.L.C.
    “This presentation became one of my greatest aids in an effort to convince and persuade the judge to reduce the sentence to the minimum. This lesser sentence, for a very difficult and mottled case, was the outcome of this collaborative and very effective biographical film presentation effort.”
    — A. Melvin McDonald, Attorney | Jones, Skelton & Hochuli, P.L.C.
  • — A. Melvin McDonald, Attorney | Jones, Skelton & Hochuli, P.L.C.
    “I highly recommend Pamela and her production company’s work. The sample she will share represents a sensitive approach to a delicate and important task”.
    — A. Melvin McDonald, Attorney | Jones, Skelton & Hochuli, P.L.C.
  • — A. Melvin McDonald, Attorney | Jones, Skelton & Hochuli, P.L.C.
    “I found  the use of a video biography to be a highly effective tool for conveying a defendant’s life history and progression, along with details of the incident and the mitigating circumstances. Pamela’s style of presentation spoke a million words about my client’s true disposition, temperament and personality. It condensed a remarkable 28 years of life into a compelling 7 minutes. ”
    — A. Melvin McDonald, Attorney | Jones, Skelton & Hochuli, P.L.C.

CONTACT

Nimbus Film Group
PAMELA ZACHA
Austin, Texas
301-467-0555

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