Interview Video Production
Genuine and Trustworthy Conversations
Interview Video Production is our Jam!
One Pennylane’s flagship services is interview video production. We also refer to these videos as unscripted videos. The reason we love this style is that the characters come across as genuine and trustworthy. This conversational style can be a persuasive sales and marketing tool that allows the viewer to eavesdrop on the conversation, just like when watching a documentary.
An interview video is a type of video that features one or more people being interviewed about a particular topic or issue. In an interview video, the interviewer asks the interviewee questions, and the interviewee responds with answers. Interview videos are often used to provide information, to tell stories, or to showcase different perspectives on a particular subject. Interview videos can also be recorded using video conferencing technology, allowing the interviewer and interviewee to be located in different parts of the world. Interview videos are often used to provide insight and context on a particular topic.
There are a few key differences between interview videos and scripted videos that make interview videos stand out. One of the main differences is that interview videos are typically unscripted, meaning that the questions and answers are not predetermined or rehearsed. This allows for a more natural and spontaneous conversation, which can make the content of the video more engaging and authentic. In contrast, scripted videos are pre-planned and rehearsed, which can make the content feel more polished and polished but less genuine.
Another key difference between interview videos and scripted videos is the way the content is delivered. In an interview video, the interviewee is typically speaking in their own words, using their own language and expressions. This can make the content of the video more relatable and authentic, as it reflects the interviewee’s own experiences and perspective. In contrast, scripted videos are written and performed by actors or other professionals, which can make the content feel more formal and polished but less authentic.
Overall, the main difference between interview videos and scripted videos is the level of spontaneity and authenticity in the content. Interview videos are unscripted and feature real people speaking in their own words, which can make the content feel more genuine and relatable. Scripted videos, on the other hand, are pre-planned and rehearsed, which can make the content feel more polished but less authentic.
A great way to find your story
One of the coolest things about corporate video testimonials is that you can create and follow almost any story organically. This means you can start with only topic ideas and get compelling dialogue with very little directing. The gold nuggets that are captured from great interviewing are at the heart of emotional storytelling.
Things to look for in professional interview videos
Attractive and Soft Lighting
Proper Composition and Framing
High Quality Audio
Natural Eye Line