Ruined Films is a passionate cell of filmmaking talent and vision. We're engaged in creative media production and offer a range of professional services from complete promotional videos to individual post production tasks. We operate out of our beautiful nation's capital, Helsinki.
Our purpose is to create and to see the initial concepts become reality.

Imagine what we could achieve together.

Ruined Films Pick of Nine XII

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Long Term

Pick of Nine is a monthly (or so...) gallery of our crew's photography 
flavored with a personally meaningful perspective. 

Shades of grey

The ongoing post production project is the first of its kind in Ruined Films portfolio; finishing touches on a metal band's music video! The entire production, including visual drafting and the video shoot was made by us with some help from our talented associates. The edit is now complete and the music video will most likely see daylight soon as our post with vfx and color grading reaches its final stages.

As usual, we've taken the down-to-earth approach; shooting on a fitting location and basing our visual effects on concrete practical effects shot in a separate session. The video concept is about playing with light, shadow and textures in conjunction with the aggressiveness and charisma of the band. Stay tuned and see for yourself in a short while!

A short, inspiring break and back to work!

Fazer Xylimax Adverts

To start our commercial projects for the summer Eric traveled to sunny city of Karkkila with the representatives of Intohimotoimisto Cassius and Fazer. The name of the game was to shoot a three-part Facebook advert campaign for Fazer's Xylimax gum. Karkkila is a traditional yet colourful town that is famous for a number of things, as you can see on the finished videos! Karkkila's chewing gum factory is one of its kind in Finland and the old town's idyllic spirit made for an interesting perspective for the product promotion.

Customer: Fazer
Script: Cassius
Production: Ruined Films

Thanks to the involved parties!

It was nice to visit the beautiful town and learn a piece of its history. Cheers for having us!