The organization recently went through a ‘modern transformation’ process in order to build a sustainable, more contemporary embracing postal sector. By doing so they also hope to build a connected society in Qatar and to connect their nation to the world.
To help raise awareness of Qatar Post’s new brand identity and core values (reliability, effectiveness, openness, modernity and excellence) they required a film. ‘Dear Qatar’ marks a new beginning for the postal services of Qatar.
This film launches Jet Aviation’s new brand and values, both externally and internally across other businesses in their group.
What sets Jet Aviation apart is their focus on craftsmanship and customer service – themes we brought alive through a focus on hands and the human touch.
Covid delayed the launch of this film from March 2020 to January 2021. However we have permission to share this with specific clients.
Distinctly different and with a strong sense of creative artistry and cinematic musical immersion, the film reveals to the discerning traveller the ‘Essence of Qatar’ by capturing the country’s warmth of soul and spirit of vision. Played on a wide range of channels and at venues all over the world, we also produced a series of 30- and 60-second TVCs.
Major film awards have been won at Cannes, New York, London, and Hamburg.
Since it was released, the film has received over 341,000 views on Facebook alone.
This film has a straightforward yet ambitious function – to sell a dream. To give the viewer an insight into Testronic and the opportunities available to those who join as a video game tester.
Shot in 17 international locations, from Costa Rica to Nepal; the Philippines to Brazil; New Zealand to Russia; Saudi Arabia and beyond, here we deliver a privileged insight into the real lives of children between the ages of 9 and 13 years old. The films provide the viewer with a fascinating, engaging and vibrant insight into the similarities and differences of the children and their lives.
A serious accident at work isn’t just limited to emotional distress and trauma – it can have serious financial implications, as families often lose their sole breadwinner and still have to meet costly hospital and care bills. The overriding objective of this film was to cut through a diverse, tough, cynical audience, and get them to wake up and make sure they behave in a safe, responsible way at all times by making them think of their own families and the devastating effect on them, should they become an accident statistic.
‘We All Have to Eat’ showcases the fresh, innovative ways in which Syngenta helps growers around the world. The film also reinforces the organisation as an important company contributing towards feeding a growing global population – doing this responsibly and sustainably.