Get to Know Your Hosts on the Beach
The Good Film Company
What does your company do?
Good Films is a film, video, stills and digital content production service company, based in Central London and are regarded as the UK’s leading production services company.
We make your work in the UK as easy and cost effective as it can possibly be.
We’re 31 years old! and we understand how to make your project a success and we’re honoured that our Clients come back to work with us time and again.
We offer a complete production service – research, budgeting, location scouting, casting, scheduling and post-production. We know the best crew for your job.
Good Films has a huge library of locations and great relationships with location managers.
We have unrivalled experience working with celebrities, actors, sports people, fashion and musicians - we understand the challenges.
Good Films makes sure you and your clients are looked after perfectly, from touch-down to wheels-up.
Our bi-lingual staff are all experienced production professionals.
We know that every project is different, and we never rest in making sure that a Client's project is serviced as best as it can be.
We look forward to meeting and working with you.
Who from your team will be on the beach in Cannes?
Yanina Barry and Moto Yoshida
What do you like about the LBB Beach?
Good Films is the only company to have sponsored LBB Beach every year from the beginning, 10 years! It’s a great place to meet clients and friends and to meet new people from every corner of the world.
Sunglasses, suntan lotion, comfortable shoes and a great sense of humour.
Your favourite television commercial of 2018-19:
Shiseido Party Bus.
Why is Cannes Lions important to attend?
There are few better opportunities to meet and network with clients from all over the world.
Top Spot for a Meeting:
Shaded under an umbrella on our beach, with a glass of rosé… and lots of cool water.
Favourite Watering Hole:
Has to be The Carlton Terrace
Best Guest List to be on:
LBB Beach, of course! We’re Sponsors, so not at all biased.
Top Cannes tip:
Stay in the centre. There’s nothing worse than having to get a cab back in the early hours!