Entries by parsidio

2022 is going to Be Unlike Any Other – Make your presence known with Digital Content about your Products and Services

2022 is just around the corner, and it’s time for a turnaround from the setbacks of 2021. This is the year your success will exceed expectations! Here at Time Machine Film Works we care about developing your business and expanding your world of opportunities through digital content that inspires future customers to visit your website, […]

TMFW announces our “Media Makers Internship Program”

In these tough times we at Time Machine Film Works LLC, have been pivoting our own approach to media making with regard to safety protocols on location shoots, remote editing and conferencing through Zoom, et al. With this new world of COVID safety in mind, TMFW has redesigned our Media Makers Internship Program to be […]

TMFW introduces the “Virtual Trade Show Booth”

To help energy saving companies and manufacturers like ThermaXX Jackets, with the new trade show landscape, Time Machine Film Works created a “Virtual Trade Show Booth” for an upcoming sustainability expo.  The expo called for each vendor to construct a 7-10 minute video representing their products and services and how property managers could benefit. The first […]

TMFW helps a business go virtual as a pandemic threatens their future

As COVID-19 threatens small businesses across the country, many are asking “How do I make the transition to on-line service providing?” Elite Chinese Martial Arts in Pearl River, NY, asked that question and Time Machine Film Works provided the answer. Create a series of Virtual Class Videos, with passwords and attendance sheets for students to […]

TMFW helps Sam Leopold’s Welcome Stranger/Golden Rule “Call to Action”

Time Machine Film Works is proud to have been instrumental in building the momentum and energy for the Welcome Stranger/Golden Rule project, welcomestranger.us, a website designed to bring likeminded artists together to join forces and bring attention to the international refugee crisis . It’s been 2 years since Sam Leopold brought his song “Writing On The Wall” […]

Elza Live at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center

On October 25th, Time Machine Film Works partnered with Invisual Digital http://www.invisual.digital to cover the concert performance of Elza http://elzamusic.com at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York. Here is one of a dozen preview ads created by TMFW for YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram to increase awareness and attendance: https://vimeo.com/363719532