Travelling for 2 days over miles of bumpy road to the most remote part of Northern Kenya, Turkana was well worth it just to witness the power of corporate charity partnership. With the help of British Airways flying out water pump parts, the One Brand have been providing clean drinking water to isolated communities affected by drought and war, giving them the chance to live fulfilling and happy lives.
Our relationship with the One Brand has continued to this day.
They say never to work with children or animals. With baby elephants being over-friendly (and boy do they push!) filming at the Daphne Sheldrick Wildlife Trust was no exception. Thankfully British Airways use their network of people, planes and goodwill to bring help to orphaned elephants in Kenya. It’s reassuring that large corporations can use their core skills to help more than just passengers.
An experience never to be forgotten.
One great way to maximise your investment in a project is to use a single shoot for multiple final films. This is what we’ve done for all our shoots with British Airways, including this film which gives us a look at a project visit to mothers2mothers, an organisation dedicating to training and supporting mothers to help end paediatric AIDS. Off the back of the in-flight film from South Africa, this social media film allowed us to tell an even bigger story through to eyes of Nobuntu, an incredibly inspirational mother who has seen first hand the effects that the Flying Start fundraising has had.
Like us, edie NET are passionate about sustainability. They wanted a film with impact so it was up to us deliver their message in a relevant and motivating way. Choosing a killer sound-track, sourcing images from across the world and crafting them in to an engaging story, this film set the tone for three days of discussions aimed at saving our planet.