It’s always been our working practice at keeponmovin’ to engage with our community. That’s why we regularly work with Comic Relief, National Lottery, UnLtd and numerous other funding bodies delivering community projects.
We’ve worked with schools in the UK, UAE and Ghana delivering training and mentorship in media and film making. We’ve worked with nursing homes, capturing stories and local history. We’ve shot national campaigns on Stigma and how it effects people suffering from mental health issues. We’ve worked with isolated women on wellbeing projects, inner city youths on music video projects, men’s sheds, kid’s groups, all kinds of inspirational people.
We’ve shot documentaries with people suffering mental health problems, giving them an opportunity to share their voice.
Working with the West Lancashire Women’s Refuge was an honour. We spent six months collaborating with the staff, support workers, service users and their family on charting their experiences of domestic violence. It was a difficult and emotional journey to go on, but we felt privileged to be a part of it.
We’ve been blessed to work with many inspirational companies and causes. Our recent WASPI campaign video generated international coverage.
Charting the great work social enterprises do in the community is always a satisfying challenge. We always try and convey the importance of such businesses and their role in the community.
We also run music video projects with young people.
Ideas in Motion is an innovative community project aimed at young people giving them the opportunity to devise and direct their own music video for unsigned under 18 local bands and musicians. Ideas in Motion aims to inspire and enthuse the young participants by providing valuable life skills and unique experiences, stimulating ideas and creativity, enhancing their problem solving abilities, team building and project management skills.