The public has voted to shortlist 3 films by Raw London at the Charity Film Awards 2018!
Dear nurse, thank you, produced for Marie Curie, is shortlisted in the £50,000,000+ category among The National Autistic Society’s powerful Make It Stop, Save the Children’s incredibly unique Made In Britain.
Ending blindness in Bihar, produced for The Savitri Trust, is in the £500,001 – £5,000,000 category, while The Reality of Loss, a 360 degree film produced for The Loss Foundation, is shortlisted in the Longform under £5m turnover category.
The judges, made up of expert filmmakers and journalists from across the industry, will be reviewing the films over the next couple of weeks and the finalists will be announced at a red carpet ceremony in London.
In the boom of social media, film and video content is now considered a key component in many charities’ marketing tool kit. The Charity Film Awards have been created to celebrate the success of film in fundraising, to increase exposure of charity films and to encourage donations for good causes.
These awards are clear in their objectives: to demonstrate that in the modern world film-making is the most powerful piece of equipment in the charity communication tool box. To demonstrate that the common perception of charities’ video content is incorrect. To demonstrate that a charitable video can inspire, incite to action, excite and change behaviour. Can make us laugh, as well as make us cry.
The charities that have entered the Charity Film Awards have created videos that have the power to move, to warm hearts, to inspire, to engage…. to change the world. To do good. The Charity Film Awards are designed to celebrate those qualities and help charities connect with a wider audience.
Traditional Awards celebrate good work. These awards celebrate work that does good.