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Month: October 2016

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We got young people to stop taking selfies…

27 Oct 2016

…And start listening to them instead. Tackling a growing issue amongst a demographic known for ignoring the advice of their elders is no easy task, so we encouraged them to #ListenToYourSelfie. Creating two films; ‘The Party’ and ‘The Game’, we told genuine stories in a genuine way, highlighting peer-to-peer relationship abuse and an online grooming…

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The game show that asks the public if they are ‘FIT4WORK’

21 Oct 2016

I, Daniel Blake is Ken Loach’s Palme d’Or winning humanist masterpiece. Set  in the North East of England, Daniel needs help from the State for the first time ever following an illness. He crosses paths with a single mother Katie and the two find themselves in no-man’s land caught on the barbed wire of welfare…

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DADI, DADI COOL

20 Oct 2016

Don’t Panic and The National Autistic Society have won a DADI at The Drum DADI awards last night for our campaign: ‘Too Much Information’ in the category of ‘Not-For-Profit Website, App or Campaign’. This campaign was created to raise awareness and inform people about what autism means and with the hopes that more will strive…

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Keep up! Video has gone Vertical…

13 Oct 2016

Over the past year, we’ve been hearing all about “the rise of” vertical video as Snapchat leads the charge in a switch to videos that are…you guessed it…vertical. Despite Snapchat’s social takeover, it is only with Facebook’s recent vertical update that the upright orientation will no doubt be a firm feature in our feeds. It…

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