Sponsoring our work at the intersection of youth, environment & indigenous wisdom.
Producing compelling, cinematic short films to advance your mission.
Learning the strategy around video storytelling to make a stronger case for support.
Infusing your next offsite or event with nature in a meaningful & restorative way.
An exciting idea for collaboration, a speaking engagement, media inquiries, etc.
Build skills & confidence in video storytelling strategy.
As a communicator at a purpose-driven organization, a compelling video – especially a micro-documentary featuring a personal narrative – is one of the best tools you have to raise funds, shift the conversation around your movement and advance policy.
However, producing a compelling video with an engaging story that will inspire action – is easier said than done. It’s not just a matter of hiring a professional videographer – no matter how good they are. That will give you hit-or-miss results, at best.
So – how might you get more consistent results from your videos so that they can engage your audience and help to advance your movement.
Enjoy nature-based calm, clarity & courage.
When you feel grounded, soulful and engaged you can show up to your life and your work in the best version of yourself.
But when stress, overwork and overwhelm challenge your wellbeing, everything else seems to unravel – from the way in which you communicate, to the way in which you act and make decisions.
So – how might you turn to nature to refresh your wellbeing routines and integrate them more regularly into your life for your wellbeing and for healing your relationship with the earth?
Our current independent film series
One Word – a series of micro-documentaries, currently in development
From languages on the brink of being forever forgotten — a single word — deliberately rescued by visionary indigenous youth, as medicine for our ailing relationship with the earth.
We're planning to release this series of micro-documentaries by the fall of 2019 to coincide with the UNESCO International Year of Indigenous Languages.
This is an exciting collaboration opportunity for organizations interested in youth, indigenous wisdom and conservation.
To learn more, please book a 30-minute conversation to discuss.
Learn about our film production & distribution services.
You have a clear vision for how to make the world a better place.
But translating that vision into a series of compelling micro-documentaries that will reach expansive audiences is easier said than done.
How might you collaborate with filmmakers who have been trusted to advance the movements of leading changemakers around the world? Who care as much about strategy as cinematography? Who are fluent in narrative framework; first-person, character driven editorial storytelling and distribution methodologies to reach expansive audiences?