// Films //
Category: Films
Title: Spotlight on Tanzania – Neema
Client: ActionAid

Neema is six years old and is in Standard 1 at Naitolya Primary School in northern Tanzania.

The 'Transforming Education for Girls Project' is run by Maarifa ni Ufunguo in Tanzania, supported by ActionAid and funded by Comic Relief and the Tubney Charitable Trust.

This short film is one of three that I edited - the edits were fairly scripted, and the style defined. The films are meant as a teaching resource within schools.

Category: Films
Title: 1GOAL Send My Friend to School
Client: ActionAid

Commissioned on behalf of 1GOAL Education for All, and the Global Campaign for Education, this film was shown to over 1 million UK school children to promote the Send My Friend to School campaign and get them involved.

I edited the video and worked in simple graphical elements and animations such as the cup, and map. (NB. the opening Education for All animation was taken from an existing film.)

Category: Films
Title: We are ActionAid
Client: ActionAid

I edited and created the motion graphics for this short film which looks at how ActionAid works to end poverty, halt social injustices and inequalities, and deal with disasters. The film looks at how ActionAid works alongside marginalised communities, especially women and children.

The film has been translated and used internationally as a tool to help people understand ActionAid's work, and to get involved.

Category: Films
Title: The Hunger Inquest
Client: ActionAid International

I edited and added graphic elements to this 22min film with ActionAid International in preparation for the World Food Summit on Food Security. The film asks the question why are 1 billion people going hungry when globally we are producing more food than ever? Through local case studies, expert advice, the film looks to suggest a way forward. The film has aired on the Community Channel.

Category: Films
Title: Dignity
Client: ActionAid

A short film which I edited that looks at the women in India who clean out dry-earth latrines. The film focuses on the Garima campaign, and how it is helping to make such women aware of their rights, and give back their dignity.