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Review your uni and win a £2K voucher
'Here at Whatuni we believe that what students think really matters. Words have power. And such is the power of words that by reviewing your uni, YOUR words could literally change the course of someone's life - by making them think differently about their future, or inspiring them to consider a city, uni or course they never previously thought of.' This video was commissioned by Whatuni, a university comparison website, for the launch of their campaign called 'The Power of Words', which evolves around the idea that ‘what you write today could change someone’s life tomorrow’. The primary objective of the campaign is to encourage students to go online to whatuni.com/reviews and review their uni, and so they were seeking an emotive, inspirational and powerful video (plus cutdowns) to be used across their website and social channels in support of the Whatuni Review Collection process. The online campaign was incredibly successful and garnered hundreds of thousands of impressions and tens of thousands of conversions that lead to real results, specifically thousands of new reviews.
Why is the UK a unique study destination?
'Studying in the UK is a transformative experience. You'll learn, grow and develop in an environment ideal for international students. The UK is modern and multicultural, plus it has some of the best universities on the planet! What's not to love?' Created as part of Hotcourse International's online 'Study in' campaign, this is one of three videos showcasing priority study destinations for international students through the use of high-quality video allied with a strategically driven narrative message. The videos have garnered over 400.000 views on YouTube and several million impressions on social media channels, as part of HCI's wider marketing campaign aimed at attracting international students to three key study destinations (the UK, Canada and Australia), as well as positively promoting the Hotcourses brand.
The Place the Sun Sets
Filmed over 11 days throughout Morocco from busy Fez to beautiful Merzouga, through to Essaouira by the sea and back to Marrakech - this is a short representation of what Morocco felt like to me. Really hope you enjoy it! Directed and edited by Peter Davies Voiceover written by Jack Davidson Cinematography by Nuri Moseinco and Peter Davies Sound Design by Peter Davies and Charlie Allen Featuring the voice of Catherine Kohl Music by Ryan Taubert, courtesy of Musicbed Colour grade by Mike Keelin Additional GFX support from Priit Paluuma, Kit Taylor and Nuri Moseinco Local guide and fixer from Abdelhadi Razzouk from https://www.goadventuresmorocco.com/ Poster by Matthew White from Supergrizzly.tv Thanks to Lavinia Gavrilovici, Finbar O'Sullivan, Harri Chambers, Joe Watkins, Rupert Hopkins, Harry Chambers
The Human Factor
A short documentary telling the story of Aleksey Moskalenko, witness and survivor of the Chernobyl disaster in 1986. The fallout, the injuries, and the effects on family, The Human Factor explores an untold perspective alongside archival footage of Pripyat, and shots from the site today. Winner of the 2018 Reel Challenge Festival.
Anywhere but Here - A 48 Hour Film Project
This film was written, shot and edited in 48 hours as part of the 2018 London 48 Hour Film Project. 2018 London 48 Hour Film Project Results: Winner - Best Director Nominated - Best Editing Nominated - Best Actress Nominated - Best Sound Nominated - Audience Choice Group B Cast and Crew: Cast - Nina Shenkman and Alice McCarthy Director - Nuri Moseinco Writers - Nuri Moseinco and Nina Shenkman Assistant Director - Katy Thompson Director of Photography - Aram Atkinson Camera Assistant - Benjamin Shallcross Sound Designer - Lavinia Gavrilovici Editor - Jordan Michael
My Endo and I
Mikaela has been struggling with Endometriosis ever since she was diagnosed with the chronic illness on 14 November, 2016. Through her art, she has found a way of dealing with it and in October 2017 she set up her business, Love.Endo, as a way to spread awareness about this very common but unknown disease. Film made by Nuri Moseinco
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