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Front Room Sessions: The Making Of


Coventry City of Culture Trust


We helped Coventry City of Culture Trust tell a an uplifting story of resilience reflected through the creativity of the local music and arts community during the pandemic. As part of the project we have remotely filmed and produced a 15-minute documentary film featuring ‘the making of’ a remotely recorded music album ‘The Front Room Sessions’.

The project featured 16 music acts and 16 visual artists and was created in just a matter of weeks under lockdown conditions. The album was recorded and produced remotely in each of the musicians’ homes before visual artists responded to the new tracks by creating music videos.


Concept Development


Video & Audio Production

Post Production

Location Shoots

Remote Interviews

Value created


total video views across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube


audiences reached on Facebook and Twitter


 local artists, musicians and bands featured

Project insights

The Process

Our role was to capture and create a compelling story that shows the innovative spirit of Coventry’s arts sector and illustrate how creativity can flourish during these challenging times. We have achieved this by remotely recording each of the recording sessions with a mixture of artist self-generated b-roll footage and remote mobile video interviews with selected artists.

As part of our commission we were responsible for the production planning, storyboarding, visual style and narrative development, interviewing, filming and editing as well as audio mixing and music setting.