Worldmark was formed to produce the Official Film of the 1976 Innsbruck Olympic Games, “White Rock” starring James Coburn. This led to producing films for FIFA, UEFA, IAAF, Rugby World Cup, and the IOC. It was the catalyst for a long relationship with the world’s largest sports organisations, sports agencies, and brands producing all kinds of content.
Our portfolio is diverse having made educational films, bid films, social media, live broadcasts, and VNR’s promotional and marketing films. We’re also experts in behind-the-scenes event filming, having devised and implemented the first sponsor filming program at the 1990 FIFA World Cup. We manage the process, coordinating with multiple departments and stakeholders to understand their needs and streamline filming. This is scalable from one crew to multiple crews whilst being flexible, and reacting to last-minute requests. Our crews are creative and vastly experienced coming from commercials, promos, and TV rather than ENG.
We’ve filmed at hundreds of events, worked with some of the sports’ biggest stars, and produced thousands of films. We’re used to working in high-pressure situations in all corners of the world, providing award-winning results.
Working in sports led us to work with their sponsors and over time with non-sport brands including in the pharmaceutical and finance industries.
We’ve been creating branded content that ranges from commercials, promotional, and comms films to educational and short documentaries for corporate clients anywhere in the world. Working to a brief or developing our own creative solutions, if our client can imagine it – we can create it. Having a team of multi-talented individuals means that fresh ideas are never in shortage, and we are not restricted to creating a certain style of video.
Having our own production and post facilities, with animation and motion graphics, and a full scriptwriting service means we can respond quickly, take control of the visual narrative, and remain cost-effective. We’re truly international having filmed across the globe in over 80 countries, and building an extensive network of production relationships.
Every project is treated like it’s our last, no matter how big or small the budget. We’ve been told we have a “can do” attitude, often working to extremely tight deadlines whilst filming in challenging environments.