Three films produced by Raw London have been shortlisted at the EVCOM Film Awards 2019. Films produced for Book Aid International, World Vision and RCGP are recognised across 4 categories; Brand Communication, Cinematography, Animation and Recruitment and Induction.
The awards call for the most innovative content across best practice and professional excellence, this year with an emphasis on showcasing British-made corporate film to an international audience. A jury of client, commissioner and practitioner judges select the best of the best from the world of corporate film and highlight those changing outcomes for clients and brands.
More specifically, entries are judged on Craft, Technical and Professional Excellence, across categories such as brand communication, digital campaign films and recruitment films, and Production Arts and Crafts, across animation, script work, cinematography and music.
Our film, The magic of reading ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ was produced for Book Aid International last year as a celebration of their brand identity and purpose; to ensure that no child lives in a world without books. The film is shortlisted in 2 categories; Cinematography under Production Arts and Crafts, and Brand Communication, which recognises the most effective and relevant use of film in the communication of brand character and purpose.
This unique Virtual Reality Experience, produced for the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP), is shortlisted for the most effective and impactful use of film in support of the recruitment, induction and retention of talent. The project is part of RCGP’s #DiscoverGP campaign, which aims to aid in the recruitment of young medical students into general practice. Using VR, the series of videos offer a unique first person perspective that captures the excitement of being a GP and highlights the unique patient relationships. The project also won Bronze for Most Innovative Development at the European Association Awards earlier this year.
‘Age of Innocence’ is shortlisted for Animation, in recognition of leading practice in motion graphics or animation. Produced last year for World Vision UK, it highlights the tens of thousands of children recruited into armed forces and groups in countries affected by conflict and encourages supporters to engage in advocacy action.
The EVCOM London Film Awards will take place at the Southbank HQ of the BFI (British Film Institute) on 21st November 2019. For the first time, shortlisted finalists will come together to view and critique a curated selection of shortlisted entries in front of a jury and audience.