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We have been working with brands in the UK, Europe and US for over fifteen years
What could be better than working with brands that care, brands that pay equal attention to their growth strategy as they do to their impact on the planet and their communities?
Over the last few years, we have been collaborating with all manner of purpose driven brands. We have been fortunate enough to work on sustainabilty projects, as well as creative film projects, witnessing first hand the powerful impact that brands can have on the planet whilst achieving high levels of growth.
We work with sustainability consultants, leading academics and filmmakers all over the globe. We also have a state of the art studio in Los Angeles.
The ultimate virtual festival…
46 speakers from all over the world.
A reach of 18 million global citizens.
Sponsors including Octopus Energy, Quorn Foods, Silentnight, Ecosia, B Lab UK and 22 Days Nutrition.
Five films to educate global citizens about the link between meat and climate change.
We loved this project and it was huge success, reaching 630 million people.
Experts say that by 2050 the developed world will need to reduce their meat consumption by 50%.
We filmed with British schoolchildren for Quorn’s World Meat Free Week campaign.
Silentnight is one brand taking sustainability very seriously.
Working with the sustainability and marketing teams, we collaborated with eco journalist, Lucy Siegle for this doorstep challenge
Celebrity florist, Nikki Tibbles, founded international dog rescue charity, Wild at Heart Foundation, to bring an end to the world’s 600 million stray dogs. We shot this film on location in Lebanon using an amazing local director and crew.
One of the most powerful ways in which we can all make a difference is by choosing a bank that refuses to invest in fossil fuels and arms.
Triodos Bank CEO, Bevis Watts, tells us more about their positive impact.
An all star cast joined the team to create a short film in partnership with Nation Earth, NGOs Amazon Watch and Extinction Rebellion. From pollution.tv
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