A film made for a charity to explain their key goals which will help with tendering and funding opportunities.
St Edmunds Society is a Norwich based homelessness charity that has been running for 48 years, in 2008 they started providing skills training to young people to help deal with with the root causes of homelessness. This centre quickly grew with referrals from around the county.
In July 2013, they took on a new base at Oak Street, Norwich. This film explains the key goals of the charity and the build of their new home.Open Project
Having researched the internet for the services of a videographer I stumbled across Apricot Films and how glad was I?! Rowan had infinite patience and made the entire filming process, which took several weeks, great fun and produced a truly amazing professional film at the end of it. The price was very competitive too.
- Music: Hope by Tony Anderson (Licensed through TheMusicBed)
- Cameras used: Canon 70d & 600d
- Lens:Canon 50mm 1.4, Samyang 35mm 1.4mm, Tokina 11-15mm 2.8, Tamron 24-70mm 2.8mm