A BOLTON videography firm which recently filmed a Coldplay star to advertise a client wants to help local businesses survive lockdown.

When coronavirus struck in March, people and businesses relied heavily on technology such as video calls and digital promotions to help get them through.

As social distancing continues and tougher lockdown restrictions have been reintroduced, Title Productions wants to help businesses and organisations create high-quality digital offerings that will help attract and maintain customers and clients.

The company, which is based in Stone Hill Road, Farnworth, and specialises in documentaries and promoting businesses by telling their stories, wants to help those that have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Among its recent credits, Title recently filmed drummer Will Champion, of the band Coldplay – known for its environmental campaigning – for its client, Alan Day Volkswagen.

The clip shows Will swapping his Volkswagen Polo for the company’s new electric model, following the band’s decision last year not to tour because of the pollution caused by air travel.

Title co-founder and University of Bolton graduate Nicolay Armando said: “We specialise in helping businesses of all sizes with their video strategy, production and editing to help them promote their products and services and reach their goals.

"Every picture tells a story and our motto is ‘Every story should be told’.

“As a way of supporting the local business during the current crisis, we are providing visual content creation and video production with special prices.

"We also give 10 per cent for any recommendations. We are also keen to help schools and start-ups, and there are different ways we can help keep their costs down.”

Title’s range of clients includes schools, landscapers, solicitors, restaurants and caterers, as well as gyms and boxing clubs, such as Amir Khan’s Academy.

The video for the Bolton boxer shows social-distancing measures and hygiene products being used to keep people safe from the virus.

Another production for the client involved with the academy, Hygiene Protekt, featured similar requirements being demonstrated at Bowdon Lawn Tennis Club, which is located near Altrincham.

Bury-based Bespoke Landscapes is another outfit which has regularly called on Title's services. The firm's work for the landscapers includes a promo video with Hazlehurst Primary in Ramsbottom, after the school secured £20,000 from Aldi for school grounds improvements.