Campaign Tag Archive

Live Action

tao/s Expose the Dark Actuality of Child Trafficking & Exploitation in Social Justice Short ‘The Rabbit Hole’

tao/s explain how they walked the perilous line of depicting the bleak reality of child exploitation while provoking a call to action empathy in audiences.

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Documentary

I.M Explore the Boldly Brave Journey to Personal Acceptance of Vitiligo Suffers in ‘Shed Some Light’

I.M take us through the visuals, craft and approach used for their emotionally balanced, empathic portrayal of the misunderstood condition of vitiligo.

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Animation, Music

Philipp Yuryev & Ivan Proskuryakov’s ‘Against Tortures in Russia’ Powerfully Condemns Police Brutality

Philipp Yuryev talks about giving voice to those victims the Kremlin tries to silence through a careful blend of live-action and storybook stop-motion.

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Art & Fashion

Chiara Schreder’s ‘Hysterical Sisters’ Personifies the Painful Reality of Adenomyosis & Endometriosis Sufferers

Chiara Schreder discusses using the artistic combination of dance, poetry and music to raise awareness and break taboos about adenomyosis and endometriosis

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Live Action

Ben Lankester Urges Us to Break the Taboo Around Miscarriage in Tommy’s Advocacy Drama ‘Who’s Counting?’

Ben Lankester discusses deploying a smart reverse narrative, high attention to detail and minimal edits for his affecting taboo-busting drama.

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Documentary

Nathan Long’s ‘Calling Attendance’ is an Unflinching Snapshot of the Harsh Realities of Life for Too Many Children

We talk to director Nathan Long about drawing on the narrative aesthetics of photojournalism for his brutally stark and effective campaign film.

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Art & Fashion

Paul Nevison Reflects on Resilient Motherhood Amid the Syrian Crisis in Short Film ‘Prayer of the Mothers’

Paul Nevison channels the power of resilient motherhood for his film 'Prayer of the Mothers', a humbling look at the Syrian crisis through a family's eyes.

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Documentary

Jessie Ayles on Empowering Disadvantaged Women Through Storytelling in South African Surf Doc ‘Waves’

Shot in the notorious Lavender Hill district of Cape Town, Jessie Ayles' Waves' is a remarkable story of three young girls who find solace in surfing.

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Documentary

Giulia Gandini Provides an Alternative Perspective of Homelessness in Her Innovative Doc ‘Home Stream’

Giulia Gandini tells DN how she created 'Home Stream' an authentic first-hand portrayal of homelessness in London shot by a woman experiencing it.

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Live Action, Premiere

Paul Nevison Opens Our Eyes to Hidden Exploitation in His Duo of ‘Can You See Me?’ Campaign Films

Paul Nevison takes DN through the creation of his duo of shorts showing the dark reality of modern-day slavery for charity A21's Can You See Me? campaign.

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Live Action

Crowns & Owls Join the Fight for Better Mental Health With Viscerally Powerful Short ‘WIT H IN’

Crowns & Owls discuss the challenges of conveying the confusing myriad of sensations experienced by sufferers of mental health issues in short 'WIT H IN'.

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Documentary, Premiere

Paul Nevison Exposes the Cold Cruelty of Ghana’s Modern Day Child Slavery in ‘Lake Volta’

Paul Nevison’s ‘Lake Volta’ provides a harrowing firsthand account of the experience of a young boy sold into slavery on the world’s largest man-made

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