Some of our films

If a picture is worth a thousand words, imagine how much a video says.

Whatever your message, Southwick Media can help spread it to the world. Whether it is campaigning, celebrating, promoting, engaging, sharing, recruiting or telling a story, contact us to see how we can capture it on film.

Here are some of our recent videos.

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Celebrating the first national writing competition at House of Commons

April 2014

In the NCW’s first ever national writing competition, young women and school girls were asked the question: ‘If you could change one thing in Britain what would it be?’ On 24th March 2014 the winners were invited to celebrate our ‘Giving Young Women and Girls a Voice’ competition in the Jubilee Room at the House of Commons. It was a chance for our winners, inspirational judges and generous sponsors to come

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Speaking Out for Women

May 2013

Southwick Media is backing The National Council of Women’s #SpeakOut Competition, Giving Girls and Young Women a Voice. BBC World News presenter Lucy Hockings and the judges explain why it’s so important to enter. Are you aged 13-30? ‘If you could influence Government to take action on one issue to improve the lives of women and girls, what would it be?’ One lucky winner will attend the UN in New York

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Help mums and babies get the Best Beginnings in life

May 2013

Best Beginnings has devised two innovative apps to help mums throughout their pregancy, and during the first few months of life. The fun and informative apps give great health advice, while being friendly and accessible.

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Launching a new campaign

January 2013

The charity Magic Breakfast visited City Hall for the launch of the Mayor’s Fund for London’s initiative to end child hunger for good across the capital. Magic Breakfast enables schools to provide breakfast for children who would otherwise start the day hungry. This gives them fuel for learning. Southwick Media was there to capture the excitement of the launch event.

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Launching a new platform

March 2013

Freedom charity launched a new app that helps people become aware of the signs of forced marriage. It’s also being called a “999 app” because it can be used to contact the police in an emergency if somone is in imminent danger. Southwick Media filmed teenagers using the app and chatting about it.

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Reaching out and sharing

September 2012

Matt, Cathy and Antony tell the stories of how they battled depression and recovered to lead full and happy lives. This moving film,  narrated by Linda Nolan, was commissioned by the new campaign group U Can Cope to spread a message of hope to those suffering mental illness. It has been broadcast around the world and was endorsed by the World Health Organisation.

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