Led by our young presenter, we learn the facts about the project and how the Tunnel is going to lead to a brighter, cleaner future for the whole of London. This film has been instrumental in educating the public about the facts surrounding the project, and clarify any misconceptions people might have. In addition to the main film, we also produced a teaser film which was launched on the Thames Tideway Tunnel’s various social media platforms.
We combined stylised graphics and real footage to tell the story of the aluminium can making process. The graphics provide the intellectual detail of the machinery and the process. The real footage helps the external viewer to connect with the reality of the factory floor.
An informative voice over with a neutral accent narrates the film. This formula of graphics, real footage and voiceover works to ensure that the process is clear and anything that needs to be highlighted can be covered through any of three channels.
We produced a short, powerful film for TFL, which challenged employers unconscious bias during the recruitment process.
The aim of The Future Transformed is to make UK Power Networks’ internal processes ‘smarter’ and in doing so – easier for employees to do their job. This film is a call for employee participation, and a trailer for how the processes will improve the lives of employees and customers.
This film aims to make people feel like they are a part of something bigger, proud to be involved in a greater cause. The film promoted Sport Wales’ message, aims and vision at their annual Staff Day event in January 2012, and has since been available to view on the Sport Wales website and YouTube channel. We used stop-frame animation of real people. We filmed the participants individually from above, creating a plain white canvas and animating them frame by frame, making them do anything – run, tumble, jump, acrobatics – to illustrate the vast array of sports. A simple text script in a handwritten style told the story, making it easy to create both English and Welsh versions. We completed the film with a commercial track by an up and coming Welsh band called Friends Electric.
NATS wanted a film that would elevate external perceptions beyond simply being at the ‘head of the field’, and be seen a pioneering company leading the way into the future of the industry. Our solution was to create a futuristic, 3D CGI world which brings NATS’ vision to life. Within this visually-stunning environment, our presenter guides the audience through the company’s ambitions, all the while interacting with the world around her. The spectacular visuals are underpinned by an ethereal music score, reinforcing the futuristic, innovative feel of the film.