Community Films

We commit a proportion of our working year to undertaking projects within the community, endeavouring to capture interesting activities by worthwhile institutions.

 

We have profiled the charity work of the Kidderminster Lions, in particular, their fund-raising raft race along the River Severn from Arley to Stourport.

 

We have filmed traditional farming practice in Worcestershire and Herefordshire for regional screen festivals, and have captured and edited public advocacy events staged by the Worcester Volunteer Centre.

 

We are always willing to discuss the possibility of helping a community group tackle film-making for a social purpose.

 

Sight Concern

The charity for people with visual impairment staged a fire-walking event as a novel and distinctive fund-raising initiative. Despite the very low light levels required by the fire operators, we capturing the essential action and packaged this with interviews with participants in order to create a short film that would demonstrate the formidable capacity of the charity and underline its needs.

The Buzzards Have Landed

Peter Smith instigated the ambition of establishing a distinctive new sculpture to provide a vivid feature for the re-furbished Rose Bank Gardens in Great Malvern. This behind-the-feathers film shows how the endeavour was successfully realised.

University Wheelchair Basketball

The inaugural University Wheelchair Basketball tournament was staged at the Worcester Arena on 2nd March. This film features an interview with Malcolm Tarkenter, Chairman of British Wheelchair Basketball, and with Sophie Carrigill, who played for the University of Worcester on this day, but is also a member of the GB Paralympics squad.

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