Lintelfilm produced a series of short films telling the story of Durham Cathedral ... to promote the Cathedral's new world-class exhibition experience, Open Treasure. Matt was a pleasure to work with throughout the campaign, and worked hard to achieve the best possible results. The five films were creative, engaging and original and were viewed over 50,000 times across the Cathedral's social media channels, generating invaluable publicity for both Open Treasure and Durham Cathedral in LEGO. I would thoroughly recommend Lintelfilm to any organisation looking to create a promotional film.
Lintelfilm captured the non-profit movement Liter of Light, which is a global grassroots movement to bring cheap solar lighting around the poorest areas in the world, through the work of Mick Stephenson.
Matt has captured the process of the artist and the spirit of the cause beautifully in his film that balances the difficulty of the structure but also the conviction of the artist to use his skills to make more people aware of the movement.
Lintelfilm made our recent promotional video and we are absolutely delighted with the results. It's already brought in new work for us and we've been inundated with positive feedback and interest in our projects since its release. Matt is extremely capable and professional and was quickly able to understand what we needed from the film. His portrayal of our work and the people we work with is both informative and sensitive to what is quite a complex subject. I would definitely use Lintelfilm again and would recommend them to anyone.
Lintelfilm have been commissioned to produce a number of promotional films for theMAG art group for adults with learning disabilities. During these projects Matt developed a great working relationship with the learners and a real sense of trust and mutual respect evolved. ...
Matt adopts a very professional approach in his working methods and during the film-making process he was able to combine his excellent technical ability and fine attention to detail with a sensitivity and understanding of the learners needs, which created the perfect mix for our group.
During a period of consultation meetings with Lintelfilm, we developed a clear picture of what we wanted to achieve. Matt was very attentive to our own thoughts and feelings about the content, actively seeking our responses to the drafts, although always maintaining a professional and objective attitude to what he felt would be the correct way forward to ensure the production was successful. ... Matt produced a work of art that is visually captivating, emotionally engaging, and of sufficient depth to be able to see new facets on repeated viewing.
— John Anderson, retired GP, now a studio potter (about bespoke commission "Hours Like Diamonds")
Lintelfilm were asked to make a film to celebrate 20 years of a community arts project for adults with learning disabilities run by Bearpark Artists' Co-op. Their experience and professionalism meant that the group enjoyed the filming process and were very proud of the end result. ... The film has been viewed and appreciated by the general public at exhibitions, and has served to broadcast the talents of adults with learning disabilities who are often excluded from mainstream activities.
A marvellous record of some of the memories of our time in our present home. Lintelfilm created a highly original and very moving work of art, combining some of my favourite music with visual images of the house and garden, as well as spoken commentary from the family. I must have watched the film at least a dozen times and each time I find something new to marvel at, and be moved by. Many of our friends and relations have now also seen it and been highly impressed too.
— Rosemary Anderson, retired primary school teacher (on bespoke commission "Hours Like Diamonds")