Poz Cafe, TIHAN’s (Tucson Interfaith AIDS Network) monthly lunch for people living with HIV, is an opportunity for you to get out of the house, take a break, meet other positive people, and enjoy great food! On the third Thursday of each month from 11:30am to 1:30pm, volunteers from local faith communities provide a fantastic, delicious and nutritious lunch. This is followed by time to “hang out,” chat, participate in a game or two of bingo, enjoy our raffle of fun and useful gifts, and receive a CarePackage.
People living with HIV and one guest (18 or older) are invited. All attending the cafe are asked to honor the highest standard of confidentiality.
Cindy Beving met with us at Beyond Video and wanted a unique video that would promote her business. Since we knew she had 4 dogs and that they were a part of her team we suggested that they be the stars of her promotional video. We were off to a great start.
We arranged a rehearsal so Petey the main star and his siblings got to be around us with our cameras.
Check out the promotional/marketing video that was created in collaboration with Cindy of Beving Books.
We love collaborating with clients when working on marketing videos. Working with clients like Angie make our job as filmmakers a breeze. Her contagious smile and positive attitude made the shoot perfect.
Review of our services:
“I had the absolute pleasure of working with Beyond Video to create a marketing video. Annyce and Glenn made the whole thing a breeze, from the moment I walked in the door to the time I reluctantly left their studio.
What impressed me most:
– Their professionalism and attention to the smallest details.
– Their unending wells of patience with an amateur (me!).
– The quality of the videos they produce. I got to see a little bit of the editing process and was shocked at how perfectly they created the lighting, got the right angles and captured more than just the words I was saying.
This was a much better experience than I expected and I will definitely work with Beyond Video again!”
“I am very pleased with the outcome of the video that you did for my associate Angie. You guys are unbelievable. It was quick, precise and very professional. I will highly recommend you to anyone. Keep up the great work. You guys are awesome.”
For more than five years Beyond Video has filmed TIHAN‘s, (Tucson Interfaith HIV AIDS Network) annual fundraising event. It’s a great way to give back to our Tucson community and share the importance of this non-profit organization.
Treasures for TIIHAN is the major fundraising event of the year for TIHAN. It is a live and silent auction with entertainment and food galore.
The Tuscon Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network (TIHAN) offers their hearts and hands to provide compassionate and non-judgmental service to those affected by HIV/AIDS. Through education and support, they – as individuals and faith communities work to build bridges, reduce stigma and sustain hope.
For more information and how you can get involved: TIHAN
Since today is National Trivia Day we at Beyond Video thought we’d share some trivia with you. The trivia is about Beyond Video and some Japanese trivia items. Since this is a trivial game, please give yourself a pat on the back for every correct answer. First prize in this trivia contest is a hearty congratulations from the staff at Beyond Video. We hope you have some fun and add to your vast store of trivia knowledge.
DID YOU KNOW…
Every April , Beyond Video attends the NAB Conference. What do the letters NAB stand for? When was NAB founded?
Last year, Beyond Video made a video for a donut shop in Tucson that has gone viral with nearly 200,000 views. What is the name of that shop?
Beyond Video has filmed various projects for SAAF and TIHAN. What do those letters SAAF and TIHAN stand for?
Beyond Video joined an organization called TAVA. What was TAVA?
In 2017, Beyond Video helped Habitat For Humanity in building a house in Tucson. What was the name of that house building project?
In the US, the letters AV generally mean audio video. In Japan, the letters AV have a completely different meaning. What is it?
If you receive something at a Japanese business and the owner says it is “Service”. How much does it cost?
If you buy a “Free Size” shirt, what size is the shirt?
What Japanese coin is considered “good luck”?
If you can answer the Beyond Video questions, you are spending too much time following Beyond Video. If you can answer the Japanese questions, you either lived in Japan or you married a Japanese person. If you can answer all of these trivia questions, you are a phenomenal trivia player who has spent too much time on trivia.
Pediatrician Dr. Ray Wagner Develops Unique, Life-Sustaining, Cavity-Fighting Mouth Wipe
Beyond Video filmed 2 promotional videos for Spiffies to help share what Spiffies products are and how to use the wipes and toothpaste gel with young children. We had so many excited participants children included as you’ll see in the videos.
The children were so eager to show how they brush their teeth that it made our job of getting the right shots and angles so much easier. How can you not love these kids!
I was interviewed by a student, Kasandra, about our business. This came at a perfect time since we’ve been thinking about the types of services we provide and what direction we want to take our business. Many of the questions Kasandra asked helped me reflect on our business and what was important to us.
We decided we want to focus more on working with businesses and non profit organizations that want to share their stories through testimonial videos and promotional videos for social media and their websites. We’ll continue filming celebrations of life events as well.
“I then asked a question that would prove to be a ‘tough one’. “How many videos did Beyond Video make per month?” After a pause, Annyce explained that process of video production could take up to several months from beginning to end—not to mention the amount of time it would take to meet with the client and discuss all that would be included in the video. Though Annyce explained how there can be a flux in production at times, she did manage to give me an estimated average of two videos a month! I was impressed.”
“I then asked my final question, how did Annyce measure the success of a video? (Annyce really enjoyed answering this one). She first explained that it all depended on the type of project/video that was being produced. If it was a wedding video, it was easy to decide if it was good or not. The key, she explained, was whether the video “Hits you emotionally; if it makes you cry, laugh, makes you question, or makes you want to view more of it.” That was one way she put it. The second dealt more with the client and what they wanted from the video. She explained that she not only studied the video and how it made her react emotionally, but she also explained that she kept the client in mind; what they expect for the final product. And for her and her husband to go beyond that; to go beyond their expectations.”
As our business moves forward we want to devote more of our time to promoting businesses, creating educational and training videos and in capturing celebrations of life be it an anniversary, birthday, reunion, funeral, or a memorial celebration.
On this new blog site I hope to share what projects Beyond Video has been working on, share tips and ideas as well as get your ideas and suggestions on what you’d like to read about.
Here are some of the projects that we’ve been working on with businesses. Our major focus and direction we want to continue to take is to work with Businesses and non profit organizations. We want to continue to create promotional videos, training videos, educational videos and testimonial videos for these organizations. We also want to continue to capture celebrations of life and special events.
Here’s a sneak peek at what’s to come in future blog posts.
We want to welcome Kasandra to our Beyond Video family. Kasandra is a student who interviewed me about our company. She had such great questions and insights that I thought it would interesting to share her perspective of our business. I’ll be writing my next post about the interview and Kasandra’s perceptions about our company Beyond Video.
This year we’ve been documenting the Rainbow House at Habitat for Humanity Tucson. Tons of information about this project. Here’s a link about the build.
If this looks interesting to you, please sign up for our blog. Let me know what you’d like to read about.