It’s a worrying fact that progress towards gender equality has slowed in many places around the world. The World Economic Forum predicted in 2014 that it would take until 2095 to achieve global gender parity. Then, in 2015, they estimated that a slowdown in the pace of progress meant the gender gap wouldn't close entirely until 2133. So, on International Women’s Day this year, everyone - men
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I was glad of a warm reception as I arrived at the entrance to St Kentigern’s Hospice; outside the ice was crunching under foot and a brisk wind blowing. I’d travelled up to work alongside the fundraising department at the hospice – they’d won our December IOF competition with a strongly worded, straight-to- the-point entry that clearly outlined a case-study that they want to film, to
Health and Safety gone serious…
Over the past 16 years, we’ve worked many times with Habitat for Humanity – producing charity films for them both internationally and with their UK-based teams. Working to overcome housing poverty, in the UK they partner with corporate organisations, often bringing volunteers onto construction sites to help with the building process.
Our latest video was produced for the DASH charity (Domestic Abuse Stops Here) to raise awareness about the emotional impact and scale of domestic abuse and to open people’s eyes to the hidden nature of abuse.
The statistics are shocking - 1 in 4 women in England and Wales will experience domestic violence in their lifetimes, 25% of children in the UK have been exposed to domestic abuse
It feels like a repeated cliché to say that the year has flown by – but once again I’m sat thinking about all that we’ve done and barely believing that it’s almost 2016. We’ve had a year of fantastic variety, from filming projects for the elderly and challenges for inner city teenagers in the UK, through to Tanzanian chickens, Ugandan latrines and Indian coal mining.