Videographer Services in Great Falls, Montana

At Symbol Syndication we want to provide clients in Great Falls, MT with the best video services. If you need professional video and editing services then our team has you covered. We have expertise in a wide range of videos. For example, drone coverage of your farm, acreage or business. We also do recap edits of your big event and music videos.

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Client Work Examples

The Harvest Haven Store – Take Two

Harvest Haven, one of our first clients, had the grand opening of its new storefront. They also invited us to film this opening, the result of an 11-year project. The launch was exciting and it was also an honor to film their new store. Also, the building looks incredible and fresh bread from the wood-fired oven was to die for.

Deadpool Parkour

Deadpool Parkour was by far the most creative and unique video we have worked on to date. The goal was to develop a video that was fun and also had the potential to go viral on Youtube. As a result, the video garnered over 1.4 million views on the platform. What an incredible experience it was to also see the video take off. The video also features many iconic free-running spots around Calgary, Alberta.

You can see the behind-the-scenes on our blog.

About Great Falls, Montana

The city of Great Falls is a county seat of Cascade County, located in Montana, USA. According to a 2017 census, GF had an estimated population of 58,638, growing only by 133 according to the 2010 census of 58,505. It held the title of the largest city in Montana from 1950 to 1970, only then to be surpassed by Billings. Great Falls then held the title of Montana’s second-largest city until 2000, when it was eventually surpassed by Missoula.

Great Falls is named from a series of five waterfalls located in close proxy to the upper Missouri River basin that the Lewis and Clark Expedition had to portage around over a ten-mile stretch. This lasted 31 days of arduous labor during their 1805–06 journey of the Louisiana Purchase. Today each of the falls supports a hydroelectric dam, dawning it’s nick name “the Electric City”.