• Education Overview Video

    Education Overview Video

    It doesn’t matter if it's a sales training course for a big corporation, a recruitment video for a large university, raising awareness for a good cause, an ethics video for the second largest school district in the nation or an original web series for a Fortune 500 company, we bring our style and top production value to every project we undertake.
  • University of New Mexico Recruitment Video

    University of New Mexico Recruitment Video

    Nothing can brand an educational institution more effectively than a highly-produced video highlighting the merits of a university or college. UNM, the 130-year-old Albuquerque research university, hired us to tell the story of the school’s impressive doctoral program, the culture, the campus and, of course, their beloved sports teams—all known as The Lobos.
  • FISK University Recruitment Video

    FISK University Recruitment Video

    Firestone Productions was proud to produce this video trumpeting the merit of Fisk University,  an historically black university which is the oldest institution of higher learning in Nashville, Tennessee. We filmed in classrooms, in the famed Fisk Memorial Chapel and in and around campus with hand held cameras, a crane and with drones to achieve the polished look of this video highlighting this historic and storied University.
  • Job Corps Overview Recruitment/Orientation Video

    This video serves a dual purpose; a recruitment and orientation video for Job Corps and uses actual students as spokespeople. Shot in Florida, Boston and San Francisco, [...] It’s a look at what students can expect to achieve by joining Job Corps, the largest Free residential education and job training program for young adults ages 16–24.
  • Fisk University 150th Anniversary Tribute Video

    Fisk University 150th Anniversary Tribute Video

    We were proud to interview Congressman John Lewis as well as other dignitaries when Fisk enlisted us to produce this video on their sesquicentennial gala celebration. Built in the Antebellum era in the ashes of the Civil War, the university is associated with such esteemed names as Lewis, dancer and choreographer Judith Jameson and the esteemed sociologist and scholar W.E.B. Du Bois, who was the first African-American to earn a Ph.D. from Harvard.