VIDEO = MODERN COMMUNICATION
Would you like to present your company, your range of products or your services in a modern way? Then you should consider the medium of captivating image videos or interesting educational films. Videos conceived for the Internet, social media and TV allow your company, organisation or club to publicly present itself in a succinct, creative and contemporary manner.
Emotional moments and precious memories of weddings and other family celebrations can also be captured and preserved for the future through wonderful, long-lasting videos.
EXCELLENT VALUE FOR MONEY
We efficiently combine the tasks of cameraman, cutter and editor and thereby keep our prices low. At the same time, we consistently stick to prevailing quality standards.
Our modern and mobile equipment (such as 4k camcorder, mirrorless system camera, action cam or video drone) easily conforms to all kinds of tasks and challenges. Of course all of this goes hand in hand with an aesthetic and high-quality modern look.
We are well connected and are happy to collaborate with various partners in order to insure that all our clients’ wishes are dealt with professionally and reliably.
WE UNDERSTAND YOUR GOALS
We can offer you advice, conceptual planning and professional realisation all in one. Our technical expertise and many years of work experience in TV and web journalism help us to understand your ideas and fulfill your experiences successfully.
We speak Luxembourgish, German, French and English and work in Luxembourg, the Greater Region and beyond. Your video can be produced with sound and/or with subtitles. We have a network of professional speakers who cover multiple languages.
If we’ve raised your interest, you can contact us to get additional information or arrange a non-committal counselling interview.
TRUST THE STRENGTH OF MOVING PICTURES
‘videoproductions.lu’ was founded in 2017 by video journalist Dan Schank.
After attending the Lycée Classique Diekirch and graduating from the Justus-Liebig-University in Gießen (Germany) with a degree in Media Studies and History, Dan Schank worked as a salaried TV journalist for RTL Luxembourg for several years. After leaving RTL and taking on a position as press relations officer for the Luxembourgish trade union LCGB, Dan Schank eventually joined the biggest Luxembourgish daily newspaper ‘Luxemburger Wort’ to help establish their department for video journalism and production.