An animation to explain why the Government’s Rwanda flight policy doesn’t work and what the alternative is.
Show the love by joining the flock of green hearts as they travel to every corner of these windswept isles.
Technology abuse against women is a form domestic abuse and this film sheds light on this important issue.
When citizens are involved in green economy policies – they work a lot better!
We follow the journey of plant seeds from the American prairies over the ocean to Wakehurst place in Sussex, where they grow to create an immersive, vibrant, and colourful landscape.
Showcasing Alzheimer's Society's free will writing service.
Meet Henry! The star of our new Sponsor a Puppy Christmas TV ad for Guide Dogs.
A film to encourage victims of domestic abuse to seek the help they need.
How much space would need to be covered by solar panels to power every home in the uk?
A film of one man's first hand experience with his own mental health
The amazing story of a psychedelic zombie fungus!
An animation to set-straight common misconceptions about Asthma
A campaign to celebrate the essential work that the Westminster Foundation for Democracy has done over the last 30 years.
Targeted animations for those with alcohol problems to suggest healthier alternatives during lockdown.
How Charlotte learned to manage her mental health and Epilepsy condition.
How to use lots more clean energy AND have power when we need it.
This animation tells you all you need to know about how the Electoral Reform Society elects its council members.
A five year strategy distilled into a three minute film.
A campaign to motivate two million young people who are concerned about climate to register to vote.
An animation for MS Society to promote their MS Helpline.
An animation to explain the different Cystic Fibrosis causing mutations of the gene that makes the CFTR protein, and why drugs like Orkambi and Kalydeco work.
The true story of Star and Ana; two sisters from Afghanistan and their journey to the jungle camp in Calais.
How Alzheimer’s Society uses evidence to make decisions
A film to encourage young people affected by cystic fibrosis to get involved in clinical trials.
A simple animation to explain epilepsy to young people diagnosed with the condition.
This gentle animation explains how the new Sue Ryder online bereavement counselling service works.
Opening title sequence for documentary about men's mental health and male suicide
Carl's incredible journey through 17 years of substance misuse to full recovery and employment at Change Grow Live.
Why Aid Transparency Matters
Leaked emails put Shell at the centre of a billion dollar bribery scheme involving some of the most powerful officials in Nigeria.
Stop-motion encouragement to vote by post in the EU Referendum.
A celebration to mark the end of Sue Ryder's three-year Raise a Smile partnership with Morrisons.
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