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For us, International Women’s Day was a chance to reflect on some of the incredible women we’ve worked with over the past decade. So to celebrate IDW2019, we put together a video featuring just a few of them.
From activists and inspiring leaders innovating change to those fighting for their communities and families every day, every story we were able to share was a privilege.
Ikhaya Labantwana: The Story of a Rural Montessori Pre-School
Expertise: Branded Content + Charity Partnerships + Global Health + Social Impact
In the UK a Montessori education is usually only accessible to those that can afford it. Thanks to Sustainable Coffee Bay, Ikhaya Labantwana offer free Montessori education to a remote community in Coffee Bay, South Africa.
This Cloud9Media passion project was a chance see life through the eyes of the local children, witnessing the amazing impact this very alternative education method can have, giving them confidence, independence and hope for the future.
As love is in the air (or not) on Valentine’s Day, we thought we’d ask some of the nice people from our workplace (Westbourne Studios) what they think about it. This is what they had to say.
Portugal by drone is a stunning visual insight into one of Europe’s most picturesque countries as you’ve never seen it before. From this aerial perspective, it captures the elegance and sophistication of cities such as Lisbon and Porto, through the majestic contours of the Douro Valley to the agricultural symmetry of the winemaking region Quinta das Termas and beyond. As well providing a treat for the eyes, Portugal by drone is an incredible example of the power of drone-filming to shoot content from never-before- seen perspectives on a budget that is accessible to all. With its birds-eye views and sweeping panoramic shots, it’s an arresting and evocative journey to capture the imagination.
Vince Power, manager of the KPH pub (the Kensington Park Hotel), had been in an ongoing dispute with developers for the past three years, who want to close down this community asset and turn it into an estate agents and luxury flats.
This was a film to raise awareness for the plight of community pubs like the KPH and dozens of other music venues around the UK which face closure on a daily basis due to aggressive development and are seeing the erosion of our history and culture.
Sadly after a drawn out battle Vince lost his fight in court and had to close the pub on the 7th April 2016. It has since been turned in to a stripped-down minimalist pub run by the developers till building plans are approved.
An intimate insight into life living in a slum.
This is Brian’s story, a bright, articulate street-kid living in Kisenyi slum, Kampala, Uganda.
He was desperate to be taken away.