Our work is all about people.
Corny, for sure, but true:
Our audience and subject matter are human and lend themselves to time-tested principles of human storytelling.
(When the bots take over we will have to see what makes them tick)
Every film we make for a client is an opportunity communicate something important to (important) people.
We help our clients take advantage of this opportunity by focusing on those important people – our audience:
What should they experience to change how they feel, think or act?
Is it that they don’t know or don’t care?
To get this right means much more than follosing some brief; It means making informed choices, together with our clients.
Good to know about us
We love finding and sharing the emotive as well as the narrative in data.
We always consider film within the wider mix; how it will be experienced and what actions or tactics should it promote.
Everybody’s a strategist nowadays (or a guru / leader / rainmaker…) but seriously:
We have unique, tested models to devise filmed content strategy, helping clients transition into the era of the inadvertent client broadcaster.
We have particular expertise and methodologies in healthcare content, including ethical practices, regulatory considerations and approval preparedness.
Do get in touch if you want to watch and learn more.
We love good food and share the love with our clients.
News & Views
Today sees the launch of ‘Survivors‘, our mixed media short film based on conversations with survivors of domestic abuse, charting their struggles not only to escape from perpetrators but then to rebuild their lives with a system that is failing them. The film was made for HomeTruths, a tireless Wiltshire based domestic abuse organization supporting […]
Daniel is off to Ghana next week with Prof. Dr Dror Ben-Zeev (University of Washington) for preliminary consultancy on mHealth project in mental health there. This is a great opportunity to build on the exciting mental health – content – tech collaboration we have had back when he was at Dartmouth to support academics, NGOs and […]
The Present, just like its enigmatic sibling The Future, seems strangely difficult to predict nowadays. From nuclear stand-offs to robots taking over, for many of us the here and now is rather science fiction. We read about the internet of things, gamification and AI with a degree of wonderment and remoteness, as if Alexa has […]