Membership and belonging lies at the heart of Mothers’ Union activities; they’re a Christian community caring for the vulnerable and working towards social justice. Mothers’ Union supported over 64,000 vulnerable people in communities around the world last year. Our series of films celebrate the charity’s work around the world and raise awareness of both the range of their work and the
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An increasing amount of internet traffic is now devoted to video. Cisco estimates that by 2020, around 82% of all global internet traffic will be video. The way that we're watching and interacting with video online is changing all the time. One key change is that an increasing number of people are watching videos without sound - in fact, 85% of Facebook videos are known to be watched without
Nearly 500 videos entered the Charity Film Awards and close to 50,000 members of the public voted so it’s great to hear that two of our videos have been shortlisted for an award. The Charity Film Awards were launched this year to celebrate the sector’s use of video, whether for raising awareness, changing attitudes and behaviours or fundraising.Pancreatic Cancer UK
Yesterday we joined our client and social housing provider Phoenix Community Housing’s Techy Tea Party. This monthly event connects residents with volunteers to help answer questions about digital technology and teach essential online skills. Phoenix provided laptops, tea and coffee and mince pies and volunteers brought their know-
This is the kind of feedback we like! It’s not just about creating charity videos that the client likes, but about films that impact the audience and make a positive difference for the charity in the way that we want.
In this case, the feedback was on a series of videos that
We started the journey with Urban Expression almost 2 years ago, when they contacted us to talk about the possibility of putting a film together. Wrapped up against the November cold, we met in a café opposite Euston station to talk through possibilities – and it rapidly became apparent that the best way forward would be to train their core team to film and edit, allowing them not only