A Manor house hotel and golf course set in 160 acres of parkland and formal gardens with banqueting, conferencing and restaurant facilities. OXO Productions are in talks with Shendish Manor.
The world’s oldest motorcycle company, in continuous production, the British-born and now Indian-based Royal Enfield, opened their first exclusive store in London on 13th May 2014, which marked a major turning point in the company’s history and presence in UK – its original and ‘spiritual’ home and OXO Productions were proud to film the launch.
OXO are currently in discussions with an amazing new client who say they were drawn to OXO by the quality of the event videos produced for Beyond Certainty. An events company also, we are currently planning for the video production of a number of corporate events around London for the motor and cosmetic industries. Further detail of all events will be advertised here as soon as the information becomes available.
OXO Productions has worked with Beyond Certainty for the past few years and has just extended a contract for another 6 months. Beyond Certainty is one of the UK’s most imaginative event management companies with well over a decade of experience in the UK and overseas, creating bespoke events that are flawless, outstanding and unique. They enjoy a vast client list ranging from FTSE businesses to leading banks, fashion houses and tourist organisations from across the globe with clients that include: BP, NetApp, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, French Connection, Immediate Media and Vitol.
OXO Productions offers new capabilities in aerial photographer and video production with the purchase of a state of the art Quadcopter – a multi-rotor helicopter that is lifted and propelled by four rotors. remotely controlled from the ground, the high resolution camera mounted on the base of the fuselage can cater for still or motion video and is perfect for tasks such as property surveillance…
GREEK COUPLE COOK UP UNLIKELY YOU TUBE HIT
By Michael Theodoulou, The Times, June 2007
THEY are unlikely internet stars, a retired Cypriot couple in London who bicker and duel as they potter around their kitchen. But Andreas Theodoulou and wife Christina have entertained thousands of YouTube users and introduced them to the delights of Greek cuisine.
The couple, who live in Haringey, north London, were filmed by their son, Orthodoxos, as they prepared popular Greek dishes such as meatballs and stuffed vine leaves. Their antics share the simple charm of My Big Fat Greek Wedding and, as with that low-budget screen hit, the winning ingredient is romance. After more than half a century together, the Theodoulous are still clearly in love. The couple speak in heavily accented English, although some of the joshing is in Greek.
Orthodoxos has included English subtitles but has bowdlerised his father’s earthier turns of phrase. The couple’s age and supposed sexual politics are subverted with gentle humour.
In one sequence, Andreas squeezes lemons to a rap song. In How to Make Fajin (lentils with rice), an argument over who should peel an onion is settled by a snappily edited karate fight that appears to spoof The Matrix. Mrs Theodoulou wins: her husband peels the onion. In Stuffed Vine Leaves, Andreas, 76, a retired garage foreman, slaps Christina, 69, on the backside when she bends over to pick up a lemon. She knees her “big guy” in what he calls his “crown jewels”.
The Theodoulous have attracted a large and enthusiastic following on YouTube.
“So do they do special appearances and how much do they charge? Better than George and Mildred any day … Best still, their meatballs are fantastic!” one viewer enthuses after watching the couple’s first video, Greek Meatballs.
The couple had no idea how well known they were until they attended Easter Mass in London and were congratulated by many Orthodox churchgoers.
“When they went to Cyprus this year they were stopped by crowds asking if it was really them,” Orthodoxos said. There is similar adulation from Melbourne and Johannesburg.