We were approached by Phil Keet the CEO of Millennium Consulting to make an introduction video for the website and something that they could use on their stand at exhibitions.
Our brief was to create a film that would appeal to organisations globally. After our initial discovery session with Phil and his team we suggested we develop a voice over script and use stock video sequences to promote the 'Global feel. Here is the film below.
Abbie’s Army is a children's charity dedicated to raising awareness of a rare cancer known as DIPG. The charity was founded by a couple whos daughter had sadly died from the disease. The Charityapproached us to make a fundraising film for them. After understanding more about DIPG we learned that this particular cancer affects the brainstem and that there is no treatment. After much discussion, we chose to make a hard-hitting film that told Abbie’s story through her parents and combining it with the help of a brave family, whose daughter was suffering from the disease.
The film was premiered at an 'invitation only' event held for a few loyal supporters and it raised way more than the film's production budget that evening. evening. The film continues to raise funds for the charity through its website and its social media. The reason it has been such a success for Abbie’s Army is because there was a series deliberate of campaigns run using the film. Demonstrating that a sustainable strategy is productive when leveraging video as a marketing tool.
This reinforces our belief, that a sustainable strategy is productive when leveraging video as a marketing tool.