The end of the film is where our story starts. We bring completed social issue films to the audiences who can truly profit from them. Our work provides the support and framework for those stories to trigger long-term and meaningful change.
Here the film-makers and films that have driven our projects so far.
#MyEscapeElke Sasse's films concentrate on people from all walks of life - she takes to the road with binmen and septic pipe cleaners, ethnic Germans from Russia, refugees and contract workers. Her films have documented the everyday lives of garlic growers in China, Berbers in East Germany, wedding musicians in New York and dancing senior citizens in Berlin. #MyEscape documents the journey of refugees risking their lives to reach Germany, depicted entirely from their own mobile footage.
MilkNoemí Weis is an award winning writer, director and producer with over 20 years experience. As a humanitarian and an advocate, Noemí journeys to ,where the stories take her, bringing a voice to the world’s most vulnerable. Her films have been sold in more than 50 countries, receiving numerous awards but most importantly, are making a difference in communities around the world. Through an initimate and artistic lense, Milk brings a universal perspective on the politics, controversies and commercialisation surrounding birth, infant feeding and motherhood.
The True CostAndrew Morgan is an internationally recognized director focused on telling stories for a better tomorrow. His experience includes a broad range of work that spans narrative and documentary storytelling for both commercial and film projects. He is a contributing writer for the Huffington Post and speaks regularly on the power of storytelling as a tool in the ongoing fight for human rights around the world. Filmed in countries all over the world, from the brightest runways to the darkest slums, The True Cost is an eye opening journey around the world and into the lives of the many people and places behind our clothes as well as the social and environmental consequences of our fast fashion industry.
Up in SmokeAdam Wakeling worked in film distribution for five years before swapping sides and becoming a film-maker. His film Up In Smoke and its campaign has been an inspiration for other directors in the social impact space.