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A selection of films from The Edge

 
 
Essence of Qatar
Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA)

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.

 
 
A Journey of Discovery
Oman Air

The film’s main aim is to not only deliver vital in-flight safety instructions, but to also simultaneously showcase the natural beauty of Oman, the personality and warmth of its people, and provide a sample of its unique culture in a cinematic style.

 
 
Regional Champions – South East
Barclays

This is one of six films showcasing the heritage and businesses from different regions in the UK, of which are growing through their relationship with Barclays corporate

 
 
JOUD – Trailer
Saudi Aramco

A 1-hour feature documentary film produced entirely in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, JOUD uses an experimental story structure derived from a pre-Islamic form of poetry, the Qasida : “an ancient poem for modern times”.

Filmed entirely within the Kingdom, the film journeys deep within the soul and fabric of an experience often hidden to the outside world.

Our hand-picked creative team filmed on location for 6 months, working with local cast and crew.

 
 
Children of the World
King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture

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.

 
 
Children of The World – Nepal
King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture

Shot in 17 international locations, from Costa Rica to Nepal; the Philippines to Brazil; New Zealand to Russia; Saudi Arabia and beyond, 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.

Best regards,
Nick Canner
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0207 836 6262
nick@edgepicture.com