GKN wanted to raise awareness of how important they are to many of the machines we take for granted in our everyday lives. Many organisations can lay claim to innovation and excellent technology, however our client needed us to portray GKN’s ability to evolve rapidly and in tune with their major global clients. Above all, the film set out to reset perceptions of the brand internally and externally: from being a reliable engineering business to the leading high-tech, forward-thinking partners they are today.
We’ve had a long-standing relationship with UK Power Networks, producing powerful health & safety films (as part of their ongoing campaign, ‘Stay Safe’) that show the consequences results of not following safety procedures.
Here we went with a creative approach that moved away from the direct consequences of not following safety regulations. Instead, we see the people who can get left behind, and ask a simple but powerful question to the audience: Who are you going to stay safe for?
Part of a suite of 4 films we produced for Rolls-Royce, these were initially shown at a management conference and have been rolled out across the business. The company’s IT operations are collaborating with 4 external companies (CapGemini, HP, BT, and Computacentre) in order to deliver the best systems to the business. This is the first time an initiative such as this has been executed, with multiple companies collaborating together. Rolls-Royce call this their Ecosystem. The films were produced to educate the audience on the importance of collaboration, making the ecosystem exemplary, and – ultimately – to deliver excellence.
This film highlights the technology and teamwork that goes into the creation and origination of its high quality products across aviation, marine, and energy services whilst it conveys the huge sense of internal pride that employees feel for working there. Premiered at the company’s AGM, it was then shown at major exhibitions across the world and hosted on the company website.
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.
Our aim was to create an overview film that attracts new talent into Rolls-Royce. This will act as a “commercial” for Rolls-Royce and can be used in meetings, presentations, at recruitment fairs etc.
GKN Aerospace needed an inspiring to showcase the work they did across the aerospace industry, including their work in Civil Aviation, Military and for the Space industry. Using existing archive footage, an epic library track and kinetic text graphics, we capture the essence of GKN’s impact on travel.
One of a series of 20 user generated films: 10 covering core roles where there is a real focus on recruitment and 10 Apprentice Stories. The latter aim to overcome misconceptions of BT and instead reach out to a new generation of BT employees to position the company as a one of the most exciting and innovative places to work.