Grab your popcorn: Scottish filmmakers share their favourite highlights clips from 2017

We asked some of the country’s finest to pick a film that sums up their style and explain why

Wright Choice Videos

“We focus on offering professional videos at affordable prices and are now offering aerial shots of your venue as standard in all our packages. We can also provide full photography packages alongside our videos,” says Chris Wright.


CineMate Films

“On a day devoted to love and celebration, it is the people present, and the purity of their expressions that we live for, enhancing the beauty and the cinematic artistry of our work – we believe these natural moments sculpt our footage with a certain depth and a refreshing sincerity,” says Gregg Houston.


Strawberry Wedding Films

“This is our Same Day Edit. We take some of the footage from our pre-wedding shoot with our couples, and then edit the wedding day before the evening guests arrive and show a highlight film at the reception on a projector,” says James Hood.


Chris Kelly Films

“This sums up the natural moments I love to capture at a wedding, complimented by John’s words to his new wife in his speech. The anticipation before the ceremony and the celebrations afterwards all come together in the highlights and just help best represent the day I think. My style is more about highlighting the little moments,” says Chris Kelly.


Ypod Wedding Films

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“Our films have a cinematic, non-traditional style with a chilled-out vibe that focuses on natural shots and personal details rather than anything cheesy or posed. We love epic scenery and pretty light, so had great fun with Joanne and George doing some exploring and chasing the light around their venue,” says Kelly Yuill.


Geewhiz Wedding Films

“We pride our ourselves in producing creative films, capturing all the emotion, laughter and fun of the day. Photographs are a big part of your wedding, but a film tells a more personal side and that’s why Elaine and I love what we do!” says Allister Gourlay.

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