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A selection of Health and Wellbeing films for RBS - Sophie Basic

Please see a selection of our films as discussed in our proposal.

 
 
Health and Wellness – Wellbeing
Network Rail

As part of a wider campaign to promote health and wellness for employees, Network Rail commissioned us to produce a series of 5 films. This particular one focuses on wellbeing.

 
 
Ask Twice
Network Rail

Network Rail were launching a campaign to communicate Mental Wellness to their business. Their goal was to bring understanding to mental wellbeing and its importance, while educating their audience to be aware of the potential signs and symptoms of someone suffering with their mental health.

 
 
Kone – Mental Health Awareness – Escalator
Kone

As part of Kone’s campaign to remove the stigma of living with mental health issues, we created a short, simple visual metaphor to represent someone’s battle with depression. Our aim here was not to trivialize, but to simplify, giving the audience a starting point for a conversation.

 
 
KONE – Wellbeing – Sleep
KONE

Kone approached us to produce a series of videos for their ‘Elevate Your Health’ campaign. These were promoted across the company to support employee’s physical, mental and social health.

 
 
KONE – Wellbeing – Sitting
KONE

Kone approached us to produce a series of videos for their ‘Elevate Your Health’ campaign. These were promoted across the company to support employee’s physical, mental and social health.

 
 
Black Cloud
Network Rail

Based on conversations with real Network Rail employees, Network Rail discovered that a significant numbers of their employees are subject to health and wellness risks around their physical, psychological and social wellbeing. Depression is looked at as the hardest risk to address, because Network Rail like most organizations does not have an open culture around the subject.

The ultimate purpose of the ‘Black Cloud’ film was to help change perceptions, remove the stigma associated to depression and offer company support to those feeling vulnerable. They wanted people to feel they are not alone.

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