Students produce promotional film for Michael Sobell Hospice
Our Level 3 Film and TV students have produced a fly-on-the-wall fundraising film for the Michael Sobell Hospice Charity.
The filmmakers, who are part of the newly formed production company ‘West Herts Productions’, volunteered their time for the charity over the course of a few days.
They spent their time interviewing staff, volunteers, patients and their family members to gain a first-hand insight into the work of the Hospice, which cares for local people with
Judi Byrne, Chief Executive of Michael Sobell Hospice Charity, said: “We are so delighted with the finished film. The students have worked very hard on this project and we hope that they will all benefit from the whole experience and also use the film for their future showreels. Videos are a very powerful way of raising awareness for a charity and we hope to use the film to show potential fundraisers exactly what we are all about and where the money raised goes.”
Jonathan Vianello, Course Leader for Level 3 Media Production Film and TV, commented on the project: “The students have thoroughly enjoyed the process of shooting the promotional video for the Hospice. They have been involved during all stages, and have been blown away by the work that takes place here. Of all the projects they have carried out, the students told me this is by far their most enjoyable, from both a cinematic and humanitarian point of view. It has been a real pleasure to have been asked to shoot this video for the charity, and we hope to work with the team again in the future.”
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