BTP TV Documentaries
Beyond the Point TV is home to all of our documenturies and mimi-films. With video’s being filmed on every location that we visit, we update it quite reguarly. We have upgraded our equipment so that you can experience the historical feel even more. We now film using a Full High Definition Lens along with Professional Sound Recording and Editing Equipment. Our documentaries, that range from 10 minutes to half an hour, feature usually BTP Liam giving you an in depth guide to the area that it’s being filmed in. They are usually filmed on a ‘BTP day out’ which means that report at every place to ensure that you know about the area visually rather than just in text.
BTP Joe entered a national filming competition in May 2012 and became a finalist. His documentary promoted a life saving idea; organ donation, so we have a future Steven Spielberg on board!
Our mini-films are something different from Beyond the Point and it gives us a chance to chillax. Our most popular one guides you through the fictional story of the Canvey Island Monster Returning and causing so much havoc that residents were heavily advised by the police and press to stay indoors. After a severed foot and leg were washed up, the echoing sound of police sirens and a police helicopter loomed in the air. Just as Liam is presenting a news report on behalf of the BBC he gets the forensic results back on a saliva sample from the London Institute of Science but things are disrupted when it becomes apparent that BTP Joe has spotted the beast. Armed with a gun he is prepared to shoot the beast to save the Island, but does he shoot it too late….
In the video below, the BTP boys are interviewed by Luke Whitlam about Beyond the Point TV.