Take One

A fabulous journey into the glitz and glamour of silver screen showbiz!

Newly formed ‘production companies’ must write, finance, direct, produce and star in their own 3 minute movie. All this in one morning or afternoon – and in one take! This indoor team building film event requires excellent project management skills combined with brilliant creativity to bring together all the elements required to create the next Oscar winning production.

Event Details

Group Size:
30+
Venue:
Indoor
Time:
2h - 3h
Price Guide:
£2200+
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Take One

You get to write, finance, direct, produce and star in your own 3 minute movie.

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How it works

Issued with a headline, theme and movie genre, teams script, produce and perform their 3 minute cinematic wonder. Teams earn funding by pitching their ideas to the team of financiers, with successful negotiation earning them the money to put their ideas into reality by purchasing props, costumes, sound effects and filming equipment. The hilarious results can be played back to the group at the end, or a red carpet Oscar’s Awards Ceremony can feature as part of your evening entertainment.

Who it’s for

Take One is for you if you want a fun, creative and exciting indoor team building activity which gives all participants key roles, whether agreeing the budget or planning the production, shooting the film or acting the roles. This filming activity can also be carried on into the evening as the “bits of the best” can be shown during dinner with your event concluding with a glittering prize-giving ceremony.

 

 

The Benefits

Take One encourages teams to play to their strengths and preferred roles within a team, with everyone’s skills and expertise required for the overall success of the challenge.

Works well to improve

  • Planning, debate and brainstorming
  • Creativity
  • Project management
  • Effective role allocation and resource management