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

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

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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We may need a bigger shelf!

We may need a bigger shelf!

Not meaning to brag but we might…   After we and Factory nominated this film, we have won two Clio Awards for the sequel film we created for Save the Children Still the Most Shocking Second a Day. The film has won two bronze awards in the ‘Short form’ and ‘Sound Design’ categories.   Unfortunately,…

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Where would you be without an education?

Where would you be without an education?

Education. It’s something the majority of us take for granted. Reading…writing…counting, are processes ingrained in our day to day lives. But what if you just…forgot? What if a doctor could no longer read the label on a medicine bottle? What if a teacher could no longer recite the alphabet? Or a playwright no longer read…

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Suicide Squad: Where Marketing Budget Trumps Movie Quality

Suicide Squad: Where Marketing Budget Trumps Movie Quality

Comic book fan or not; social media enthusiast or not; you’ve likely heard more than your fair share about “Suicide Squad”.  The DC comics sidestory has been widely promoted starting with a trailer leak during Comic-Con, multiple follow-up trailers, as well as the neon posters occupying walls, billboards, and bus stops.  Despite abysmal reviews, “Suicide Squad” set box…

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Stained glass windows: Peering in on the churches agenda

Stained glass windows: Peering in on the churches agenda

With the number of people attending church ever dwindling how does the church stop this downward spiral?  Well apparently a series of Youtube videos… The new approach from the Church of England is the result of a failed attempt to show a short film, The Lord’s Prayer, before the new Star Wars movie. Unfortunately for…

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Essential Elements to a good VR film

Essential Elements to a good VR film

With the Oculus Rift now available for Pre-order we put our brains together to come up with some vital considerations that everyone should bare in mind when creating content for VR. Virtual reality is already proving itself to be an invaluable tool.  It allows those who can’t afford to travel not only to see and…

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Don’t Panic’s “Everything is not Awesome” video is the focus for D&AD’s next President’s Lecture with Greenpeace

Don’t Panic’s “Everything is not Awesome” video is the focus for D&AD’s next President’s Lecture with Greenpeace

For three years Greenpeace have been fighting fiercely for their long-running Save The Arctic campaign. Numerous acts led to Shell finally backing down; from scaling the Shard to installing automatic banners at the Brussels Formula 1 and activists dangling from bridges to block ships, the fight from supporters was relentless. Don’t Panic’s part was played…

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Young & Minted: I Won the Lottery

Young & Minted: I Won the Lottery

Once again Don’t Panic have teamed up with Channel 4 to create another series of Shorts to live on their online platform, All4. The series explores what lottery winners, Jamie, Matt and Jane have done with their earnings that they won back when they were budding adolescents. We’ve all thought and been asked that question; what…

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