Monday, March 21, 2011



Hi everybody,
We, at Vision Film and Television Production, are proud to present a very cool project - an Internet video for Direct-To-Door Marketing (the leading distribution company in the West Coast, that brings the advertising straight to the door)
This Internet video shows the power of this marketing method, answers clients questions, and encourages potential clients to take an action.
Creating this animation, colorful video was a lot of fun - from scripting to the images.
"Direct-To-Door Marketing" is working with some of the biggest advertisers in the nation, such as AT&T, State-Farm, Dominos Pizza, Time-Warner Cable and others.
Check it out, and understand the power of video marketing!

To contact Direct-To-Door Marketing click here

Enjoy it!

Sunday, March 20, 2011


Did you think that your heart is more critical than your brain when it comes to decision making?
Did you think why you feel pain when you see an uncomfortable image?
Did you pay attention to the love you feel when a lovable person enters the room?
Or did you ever see humanity as one big community?

I AM THE DOC is an amazing, inspiring documentary film that explores, analyzes and provides new solutions to our human nature.
Tom Shadyac, Creator and Director of the film is bringing a heart-warming piece that brings hope to the viewers. The film is done in a great way, and answers questions we never dared to ask, or the modern science never answered before - all by presetting innovating solutions that will make you think.

Run, see, and get inspired!

Read more here:

Loved it!

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

DOUBLE your Website's traffic & attract NEW customers!

DOUBLE your Website's traffic & attract NEW customers with videos!
- Can you do it yourself?


By Jacob Omer BarSadeh

Video on Social Networking sites and Video Posting sites are quickly becoming THE primary online destination for everyone. It's been reported that 82% of internet viewers watch videos online and 52% of web traffic is video based. Are you losing half of your customers by not using video? We will will show you how and where to use Video to bring you NEW business. And the best part is that video attracts new customers 24 hours a day, every day!

What types of videos should I make?

There are many types of videos you can produce for these sites. Think like your target audience … what would they like to know about your company? What would build their confidence in you and your company?

If you have general marketing videos or corporate branding videos, post those. In fact, any videos that you have for your business that are interesting or engaging should be posted. More is better in this case. Having more content will increase the chances that the audience will connect with you.

Other popular video types are product demonstrations, FAQ help, a tour of your facilities, new product teasers or a video catalog of your products with detailed product information. Also, you can show your human side and compassion by posting videos that show your company's community involvement, demonstrations of your expertise or talent, funny or entertaining events at your company or the process that you use to develop products.

What sites are there to post Videos on?

YouTube is the big player. They own 64% of the video marketplace. But, you still need to utilize all the Video post sites like FaceBook, Google Video, Yahoo Video, Metacafe etc.

These sites bring you real, qualified traffic that paid advertising cannot. Roughly 10 to 20% of the traffic that sees your videos will go to your site or use links that you provide. Of these visitors, 10 to 15% will take action… buying from you or calling you.

These visitors buy from you because of the credibility that the video content gives your business. The relationship your are building with these customers grows with each exposure to your expertise or message. And that means sales grow with it.

How do I post to the Video to these sites?

Posting videos to multiple Social Networks and video sharing sites on can be time consuming if you do it one upload at a time. We recommend using a Video Distribution service. They all offer different types of distribution and added value services and tracking. One is sure to be right for you. Most offer some sort of analytics so you
can track your traffic and results. Check out their sites for complete breakdowns of the services they provide.

Here are the most commonly used services:
• The favorite is They give you basic, free online “Video Syndication” across all of the video sharing sites. Full featured, Premium services are also available.
• is a mass distribution service that is a “pay as you go” service.
• is simple and just distributes your video across your personal Blog, website and social network profiles.
• In youTube you can do quick, simple video distribution by simply clicking the social network icons under your video.

We hope that this has given you some insight, help and inspiration to go after your audience. This investment in your business is a process you build on. Patience and perseverance will pay dividends into the future.
If you need any further advice or help with your Video Production needs, feel free to contact us anytime!!!

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Danny and the Deep Blue Sea

Danny and the Deep Blue Sea - What a wonderful experience!

On Saturday, I went to see the play "Danny and the Deep Blue Sea" written by John Patrick Shanley, and performed by Alison Quinn and Tyler Brooks.
In the most intimate theater I've ever been to, the two delivered an excellent performance, making the audience laugh, cry, get scared and fall in love.

Shanley wrote in the past very successful screenplays such as "Moonstruck"(1987) and "Doubt" (2008). Hopefully they'll make a film of this one too.

Check it out, and if you didn't see it before - RUN AND SEE IT! You won't regret!

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Infomercials - That's fun! :)

While researching for a new hair product we're about to create an Infomercial for, we found some funny videos. No more words. Check'm out!

SNL Bosley

10 Worst infomercials

Enjoy! :)

Saturday, February 19, 2011

WastleLand - What a film!

As a member of IDA, Independent Documentary Association, I was invited to a screen of the Oscar nominated film "Wasteland".

Filmed over nearly three years, WASTE LAND follows renowned artist Vik Muniz as he journeys from his home base in Brooklyn to his native Brazil and the world's largest garbage dump, Jardim Gramacho, located on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro. There he photographs an eclectic band of “catadores”—self-designated pickers of recyclable materials. Muniz’s initial objective was to “paint” the catadores with garbage. However, his collaboration with these inspiring characters as they recreate photographic images of themselves out of garbage reveals both the dignity and despair of the catadores as they begin to re-imagine their lives. Director Lucy Walker (DEVIL’S PLAYGROUND, BLINDSIGHT and COUNTDOWN TO ZERO) and co-directors João Jardim and Karen Harley have great access to the entire process and, in the end, offer stirring evidence of the transformative power of art and the alchemy of the human spirit (from the movie's website).

I was so moved to see how people are people everywhere, how they all dream, how they accept themselves or don't, and how life can change once giving the opportunity.

Go and see, laugh, get moved, cry and get excited.

Jacob Omer BarSadeh