As more organisations are realising these days, it’s not so much what we do as why we do it. This film looks at the sense of purpose that drives the staff of biopharma logistics company World Courier, every day.
Using a device called EyeDirect that allows interviewees to look directly at camera while seeing the reflection of the interviewer in the lens, we made sure everything was set to get the most heart-felt comments on what was clearly an important issue for all staff at this global company.
One Team, One Dream in Lithuania
Who wouldn't want to join this unique team in Lithuania?
By capturing culture and personalities, a candid day-in-the-life film like ‘One Team, One Dream’ is used to help prospective candidates decide if it’s the right place for them. And help companies like World Courier recruit the right people with the right mindset to carry out this high-risk and high-reward work.
We spent two days getting down and personal with this unique team that is on the verge of mass expansion. And it’s surprising how much employees love talking about their passion for their jobs – when they’re in the right job.
FICO Graduate Recruitment (US)
A day-in-the-life to give graduate recruitment candidates an idea of what it’s like to work at FICO.
As part of a suite of films to draw in the right type of candidate, FICO requested a day-in-the-life film to give graduate recruitment candidates an idea of what it’s like to work in this highly pressurised and exciting environment.
Getting an insight into the day to day workings of a company is the best indicator of whether a candidate is going to sink or swim. Working on real time problems that could affect millions of people can put a lot of pressure on a young graduate so FICO wanted to convey both the challenges and the support system in place to help people flourish. To capture all of this, we went undercover at their offices to show just what it’s like to work at FICO.
The Making of an Audiobook
With the growing popularity of Audiobooks, Penguin Random House (PRH) wanted to showcase the quality of the craft and effort that goes into make an audiobook.
With the growing popularity of Audiobooks, Penguin Random House (PRH) wanted to showcase the quality of the craft and effort that goes into make an audiobook. The brief was to give the viewer an inside look ‘behind the curtain’ and showcase the production process.
Shown at the annual conference showcasing the departments achievements the video was received so well it was marked as the highlight of the conference by the CEO of PRH.