A small selection of some of our museum films we have made over the years for worldwide clients in Museum and exhibition spaces.
Starring Sir Ben Kingsley as Al-Jazari – a master engineer from the 13th Century – our film reveals the huge impact on the world that’s been made by the inventions and discoveries of Muslim inventors and scientists throughout history. Launched in London, the exhibition has travelled across the world and continues to achieve astounding success.
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.
The Edge have been working regularly with Qatar’s Government Communications Office – one of our most prestigious projects was this pride film to celebrate Qatar National Day 2017. We created an innovative studio space where we interviewed 12 ministers including the The Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, His Excellency Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani.
Mishkat lead the way in atomic energy to ensure the best possible use of Saudi Arabia’s abundant energy resources.
To power this innovation, they need talented and passionate Saudi Arabian’s to lead the charge. They needed to find a way of inspiring the youth to be the energy innovators of tomorrow.
To help persuade the Saudi Arabian youth, Mishkat commissioned ‘Saving Joule’! The film was directed towards children between the ages of 6 and 10, and was showcased in their auditorium and online – shorts/clips.
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.
The Fort of Qasr Al Muwaiji holds great historical significance and importance within the UAE and for its people. The Fort recently went through a sensitive and considered contemporary transformation in order to become accessible to the public and give back to the people. This ‘Opening Ceremony’ film was designed not only to premiere at The Fort, but to support the idea of a new life for the Fort as a modern day museum and how it is giving back to the new generation of Abu Dhabi children, educating and keeping its proud history alive in the 21st century.