Get some nonprofit video inspiration and view our Webby-nominated film.
A couple of times a year we take a break from sharing our latest insights to provide you with some inspiration from our recent work. As the old saying goes: good things come in threes. So here are three recent projects that we’re especially proud of (including one that’s been nominated for a Webby Award!).
Keema and Her Pack for Mutual Rescue
We’ve been telling stories for Mutual Rescue since their launch in 2016. The films we’ve created have been featured in the New York Times and on NPR, been selected for dozens of film festivals, and received well over 100 million organic views online.
Keema and Her Pack: A Mutual Rescue Story is the latest in this series, and it tells the emotional story of a woman who found healing from trauma through her connection with dogs. The film was shot over the course of three days in pre-pandemic NYC, and features custom illustrations and musical score. And it’s been nominated for a Webby Award in the Branded Entertainment – Diversity & Inclusion category.
Scientist Stories for The Tech Interactive
We work extensively with our friends at the The Tech Interactive in San José, CA, producing videos for their exhibits, events, and fundraising campaigns. Scientist Stories is a series of videos that will be featured in their newest exhibit Solve for Earth, launching this summer. Below is a sneak peek of the exhibit.
In these films we profile individual scientists by telling their stories in three parts: About Me, What I’m Working On and What I’m Discovering. One of our favorites is the story of Robin Lopez, a young scientist who grew up in a tough neighborhood near Oakland, CA, and who overcame adversity to realize his dreams. Here are all three of Robin’s films combined together into a single video.
All In featured multiple stories filmed on location, a compelling pitch made by the campaign co-chairs, and numerous promotional videos leading up to the event. The event was another smashing success.