Films commissioned by Non for Profit organisations
Break The Silence Launched on International Women's Day 2022, this video was commissioned by Sisters Forum & Newham Muslim Forum, to raise awareness of harassment affecting women in the muslim community.
HER CENTRE, Woolwich Dockyard, London: Empowering women to move away from abuse and forward with their lives.
Unlocking Hunger In Lockdown tells the story of volunteers and community organisations in Woolwich, south east London coming together during the Covid-19 lockdown to make sure that local people in need don't go without food. Made for Greenwich Co-operative Development Agency (GCDA).
Independent Travel - with Ade Adepitan A short film about young people gaining independence through a unique independent travel training programme in Redbridge, London.
SAFE - commissioned by the British Red Cross A film about the difficulties unaccompanied children face travelling to Europe for refuge.
Project 0 - Carnaby London - #PassOnPlastic for Project 0 and Sky Ocean Rescue. A star-studded and royal line-up for the launch of #passonplastic in Carnaby Street.
Unlock Runcorn- narrated by John Bishop.A campaign film to re-generate Runcorn's canal network.
The Making of “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” - a song for Jo Cox. In an effort to extend murdered MP Jo Cox's message of unity, community and peace a music video was made uniting musicians from diverse political backgrounds. Rolling Stones "You Can't Always Get What You Want" featuring KT Tunstall, Steve Harley, Ricky Wilson of the Kaiser Chiefs, David Gray and MP4.
Sickle Cell and I - commissioned by the Sickle Cell Society. A short video about men coming together for the first time to talk about Sickle Cell Disease and how it affects their lives.
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