TDS (Time Data Security) Ltd are leading specialists in the areas of integrated Security Systems and Smart Card deployments. TDS provides its customers with a complete solution from system design to tailored software and technology deployment, to specialist consultancy services covering bothimplementation and after sales service. Areaman teamed up with regular collaborators Emberlight to create this promotional video for their TDS Visitor product, which they had begun rolling out in Google offices worldwide.
The rollout of Google's new visitor management system; TDS Visitor continues at a successful pace with units running live across 81 cities and 39 countries including San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Dublin, Shanghai, Hyderabad, Mumbai & Seoul. The completed rollout of the TDS Visitor solution will see installations taking place at 277 Google and You Tube locations across 125 cities in 52 countries. To date, over 2 million Google visitors have checked into the TDS Visitor management system. Once all visitor kiosks have been rolled out there will be approximately 6000 Google visitors checking in 24 hours a day, across the globe.
Transparency International Ireland is an independent, non-profit and non-partisan organisation. Their vision is of an Ireland that is open and fair – and where entrusted power is used in the interest of everyone. They seek to empower people with the support they need to promote integrity and stop corruption in all its forms.
We recently made this video that will help to promote their Speak Up helpline - 1800 844 866. Please see www.speakup.ie for further details.
Our short documentary film, 'Bloody Good Headline' has made the official selection at the 15th Belfast Film Festival 2015. The film will screen as part of Shorts Programme 3 on Saturday, 25 April 2015 at 1:00pm in Queen's Film Theatre. The film was funcded by Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board's 'Reality Bites' short film scheme.
'Bloody Good Headline', the latest documentary film from Areaman Productions, premiered at this year's IFI Stranger Than Fiction Documentary Film Festival and won the Jury Award for Best Short Documentary. The film, directed by Tom Burke and Paul Quinn, and produced by Shane Hogan, takes a look at the lives and thoughts of five men who sell newspapers in Dublin's rush hour traffic.
Full sound post production on the film was completed by Steve Fanagan [Games of Thrones, Frank, What Richard Did] at Ardmore Sound & Music Supervision by Gerry Horan.