Where photography catches the attention of your audience, video gives you the tools to take this connection deeper.
We create videos inviting your audience to emotionally connect with the people you are serving and understand your work as an organization.
We Use Video To:
Video is an effective communication tool for nonprofits when it features specific human stories or shows an issue through a human lens.
We Feature The Human Perspective Of Your Work Through:
Narrative (acted) Stories – If you serve people who have been exploited, a narrative film that uses actors to portray the common elements of the stories of people you serve is a safe, ethical way to raise awareness for the work you are doing while maintaining the privacy of the victims.
The lives of your audience are vastly different than those of the people your organization is serving.
Communication is effective in establishing connection when your audience can see similarities between themselves and the people you are serving.
Our Videos Build Authentic Emotional Connections Around Three Core Areas Of Communication
Joys – Everyone has things that bring them joy. Family, friends, food, adventure and success are just a few common pieces of the human experience that bring us joy.
Fears – Just like joy we all have things we fear. Death, poverty, loss of health, powerlessness, shame and failure are just a few that we all face as humans every day.
We learn to value people when we have the opportunitity to connect with them on deeper emotional levels and realize how alike we are.
What You Get
Videos that connect with your audience, specifically crafted for your needs.
When you hire us for filmmaking you can expect:
Editing – We provide post production and editing of the footage to deliver a final film to you.
Changes – Two sets of changes to the edited film are included.