Video Production | Quality Media Creation | Martin Freeth - Part 2

Welcome to mfreeth.com

Welcome to mfreeth.com

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mfreeth.com is Martin Freeth’s own company.

With over 40 years experience in media, Martin draws on his wealth of knowledge to provide three services:

  • Creative multimedia and TV project development and production – with special focus on science, technology and medicine.
  • Strategic consultancy in broadband content, online education, interactive learning software and science communication.
  • Lively lecturing, tutoring and mentoring.

Explore this site to view a selection of recent projects or get in touch to discuss new commissions.

 

Recent Films

  • Why Me? Main film, English version

    Why Me? Main film, English version

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  • Why Me? Short film, English version

    Why Me? Short film, English version

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  • Why me?

    Why me?

    ‘Why me?’ (‘Waarom ik?’) was made for the Leiden University Medical Center.  The film, produced in both English and Dutch, brings the subject of epidemiology to life, and reveals how important the work of the Leiden medical detectives is in all our lives.

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  • Centre for Vision: Chris Evans joins the campaign

    Centre for Vision: Chris Evans joins the campaign

    To support this work, go to: igg.me/at/childvision

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  • Lindau 2015

    Lindau 2015

    Back again at the 2015 Nobel laureates meeting in Lindau, this time, while Nature made several animated films about laureates’ ideas, mfreeth.com made three documentaries focusing on young scientists – and we supervised an animated film about orphan crops for Mars Inc.

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  • Centre for Vision: Short Promo

    Centre for Vision: Short Promo

    Mary-Ann Ochota asks for your support for this remarkable invention.

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  • Centre for Vision: Full film

    Centre for Vision: Full film

    A seven minute film tells the story of a simple but world changing invention by Josh Silver, and Oxford physicist.

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  • Blood Curdling

    Blood Curdling

    To assess whether, as has been hypothesised since medieval times, acute fear can curdle blood. 24 healthy volunteers aged ≤30 years recruited among students, alumni, and employees of the Leiden University Medical Center: 14 were assigned to watch a frightening (horror) movie followed by a non-threatening (educational) movie and 10 to watch the movies in reverse order. The movies were viewed more than a week apart at the same time of day and both lasted approximately 90 minutes.

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  • War times  /  Kriegszeit

    War times / Kriegszeit

    John Russell, now in his 90’s, remembers bombing Dresden during the Second War, “we did not think about the people on the ground” he says.  But in the remote part of South West Wales where John lives a ‘little Germany’ has been created since that time.  This was where German prisoners were held during the war, and where the Panzers came for many years from 1961 with their tanks to practice firing.  Special relationships between Germans and locals were formed […]

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  • Goals and schools  /  Fusball und schule

    Goals and schools / Fusball und schule

    Mary-Ann joins a young English football team heading for the German School in Richmond. Journalist Luke Harding explains why our German team will win. English football teams have lost to Germany again and again since the World Cup in 2006… even so, the welcome English fans received in Germany that year, according to former German Ambassador to Britain, Thomas Matussek, made friends of us all.  But back in school, why do the British mainly study the Nazis in their history […]

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