This is a very special birthday for our company & our customers.
We plan to celebrate the birthday throughout the year with a series of 'look backs' & 'look forwards' to an exciting future.
The key to our success has been the commitment and loyalty of our customers & our management & staff.
As such, we will seek to highlight the contributions of everyone who has a part to play in the life of Openbrolly.
Thank you to you all.
Lindsay Ebner - Openbrolly Chairman
MovieSite is the leading SaaS package that brings productions to life.
It enables location and crew production, economic impact monitoring and tracking, and the issuing and approving of permits through easy admin.
It's designed alongside screen agencies and film offices to ensure you can offer the very best online and self-service support to the industry at industry standards.
Make sure your database can be seen on any device
Integral mapping to help manage and support enquiry website users
Optional dynamic watermarking of logos on images
Location brochures that can be tailored to enquiries that require staff involvement
- An online database that follows industry standards
- Available in all media - digital & printed
- High functionality super user search options
- Improved communication channels with sector
- Interactive crew finding service, with adjustable geographical reach for freelancers
- In-built & flexible email tools to allow you to engage easily with crew & companies
- Optional SMS
- Working history of crew & businesses
- Up to date and regular reporting on sustainability, diversity and recruitment gains
- Skills & experience
- Low resource, the crew & companies register and maintain their own information
- The film office is in control
- Unlimited access to our online community & Helpdesk, ensuring a high standard of service
MovieSite Permits allows for filming applications & permit issuing for both the smallest & largest office
As with all MovieSite modules, you only need to use what you need
MovieSite Production Tracking has been developed over 15 years to meet the needs of film offices. It constantly keeps pace with changes in technology.
MovieSite uses industry standard reports that are widely tied to explain the work of the film office. It can report both time and geography.
Production Tracking allows for gathering & reporting on the data that is important for your film office. It can gather this automatically from enquiries. It can calculate spend and activity automatically.
We work actively to implement time saving tools such as standardised average spend calculations back by Creative England and the Production Guild.
MovieSite allows you to easily track and manage both a production interaction & the contacts around it. It then keeps a detailed record of these productions & relationships to allow other colleagues to quickly pick up what has taken place & what needs to be done.
MovieSite can be extended to include filming applications & permits, including payments.
Because all MovieSite modules can be linked, the tracking can include previous production, people, locations & companies.
Bringing industries together. Gain access to our unique community with any MovieSite module.
Benefit from peer support, industry chat and first look at MovieSite news and updates.
The UK film industry is up to two times more profitable than Hollywood. The country has gained the title of the third-largest consumer market for film and TV in the world. Breaking free of the Hollywood monopoly, the UK film industry is uniquely capable of filling a niche, that audiences are increasingly eager for. This is evident within BFI's latest statistics
"Openbrolly's MovieSite provide a friendly and responsive service. The products are tailored to our needs and we'd be lost without them!"
Bath Film Office
"Openbrolly are a company that listen very carefully to what their clients want and deliver fully to their specification."
Bobby Cochrane, Screen Manchester
"The MovieSite team provide first class technical support and provide sound solutions as we continually respond to industry developments"
Hayley Armstrong, Creative England