Charity Tag Archive

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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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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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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Live Action

Innocence is Lost & Heroes Discovered in Christopher Guinness’ ‘Captain T&T’

Whilst some superheroes are born and others are made, discovering exactly what super power you have at your disposal can take a certain amount of trial and

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