February 2014


Steps 4 Students 5K Run 2014

This weekend we had the full Flashback Film Productions team all over the city. The annual Steps for Students was a major success. This year we were able to set ourselves up with more man power, more equipment than last year’s video. Below is the video we put together for last years shoot.

The project has grown as much as the race has for the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. We are proud to have been able to have the solid team to cover all the action that went down this past Saturday.

Steps for Students required 3 drone planes, a runner attached to a GoPro, a cinematographer, an audio assistant, and a photographer which translates to tons of footage to put together a recap of what all went down.  You can bet that our crew was running as much as the competitors who supported the event. They went from section to section covering as much as possible and getting all the smiling faces. Follow our blog for the final cut of the video later this week!

We would also like to thank the staff at the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, they were key personal in wrangling all our interviewees and helping put the run together. We are excited to continue building relations with the companies that sponsor the event for the future!

Supporting Excellence In Inner City Schools

In effort to continue bringing you exciting content, we have a new post that shows the excellence of our work. We have had the pleasure to work with the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. The relationship we have built over the short span of time has shown tremendously in the final product.

Working with Cardinal DiNardo has been  a pleasure. Very humble and professional, and he is always prepared. Like the work he has done in the Galveston-Houston community, we brought the same level of energy and spirit.

The amount of pre production for this video in hours is uncountable. Getting the schedules of many VIPs was key to producing this video. With a tight deadline, and many man hours of work to be done we saw an opportunity to try new workflows that were ended up being turnkey and successful in putting the final video. We are proud of the success of the video and what the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston mean to our city!