House of Portraits is a short promotional film for National Trust Wales on their portraits exhibition at Powis Castle. The video concept was created by Small World and aimed at highlighting the multi purpose nature of portrait paintings.
The Eve Appeal funds research and raises awareness about the five gynaecological cancers. Small World was asked to create information graphics & narrative for ovarian cancer .
Title : Teaching English Overseas Client : Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) Year : 1998 Duration: 15 mins approx This film follows the real lives of three teachers of English as a Foreign Language in Laos.
Title : Our News, Our Views Client : Anti-Slavery International Year : 1999 Duration : 15 mins These are a series of short reports made by a youth group in London which feature different aspects of child labour around the world. The film comes with an information pack for teachers and youth workers. Copies available from ASI.
Title : Genetic Engineering and Farm Animals Client : Compassion in World Farming Trust (CIWF Trust) Year: 1996 Duration: 19 mins This film discussed the welfare implications of genetic engineering of famr animals and asks what is cruel, what is necessary and is it what we want ? Copies available from CIWF Trust
Title : Voices from the Streets Client : Consortium for Street Children Year: 2005 Duration: 18 mins approx Available on : VHS and DVD Narrated by Ricky Gervais The life of millions of street children around the world is a constant battle to survive .This film explores many of the issues that have brought them to the streets, examines how they survive, and how they could be helped if their rights were respected. The film asks children in the UK key questions about what they think might drive them onto the streets, how would they survive ? how would they view the authorities if there was no one to protect them. The film is accompanied by a teacher pack. For more information contact : streetchildren.org.uk
Title: Poverty : Who Pays ? Client: Save the Children Year: 2002 Duration : 10 mins Two teenagers in Ghana West Africa go on an investigation to uncover the causes and consequences of poverty in their country. Gathering information as they go they confront the minister to try and get an answer to their concerns. This film was part of Save the Children’s Beat Poverty Campaign.
Title : Farm Animals and Us Client : Compassion in World Farming Trust (CIWF Trust) Year : 2001 Duration: 20 mins approx This film is broken into sections which address key questions about the relationship between humans and farm animals. It explores the intelligence of the animals, their natural behaviour and their capacity to feel pain. The film is suitable for KS3 and KS4 pupils. For copies contact the CIWF Trust.
Title : Make Your Voice Heard Client : Save the Children Year : 2001 Duration : 15 mins Advocay film shot in Serbia, Nepal and Sierra Leone with child reporters presenting the situation in their country
Title: Bay of Life - The sealife of Cardigan Bay Client : Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre and the Countryside Council for Wales Year : July 2006 Duration : 25 minutes Available on : English and Welsh DVD Bay of Life is an education and public information guide to the sealife of Cardigan Bay. This factual film contains some remarkable footage of : local bottlenose dolphins underwater, skirting the shoreline, and leaping ; the super pod of up to 1000 common dolphins swimming off the tip of Pembrokeshire including some underwater shots of common dolphins; evidence of a dolphin attack on a mother porpoise; seals, crabs, whales, worms and many other creatures from the marine world. DVD or download of film avialable through: www.specialiststock.com