THE JOHN HUMPHREYS INTERVIEW

KPMG


KPMG wanted to learn honest truths about their company in the face of impending merger and a changing global economy.

The film featured journalist John Humphreys inside KPMG with a ‘key to the door’ to access all areas and the freedom to ask any questions of partners, staff, contractors or clients.

“A reflection of the progressive culture of KPMG”

The film was used in the submission of, and contributed to, KPMG winning the BBC audit contract and also accountancy firm of the year.


A NEW AGE OF TRAVEL

EUROSTAR


New Moon’s stunning re-interpretation of WH Auden’s ‘Nightmail’ was commisioned by Eurostar to mark the re-opening of St Pancras Station. The film was premiered in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II as well as the Prime Minster and dignitaries from across the world.
Combining the romance of train travel from a bygone era with state-of-the-art technology, the film captures a relevant and contemporary vision of 21st Century travel.

Archived by the British Film Institute (BFI) in its catalogue of important British documentary films.

Musical score performed by the National Philharmonic Orchestra and recorded at Abbey Road Studios


THIS IS HOME ‘COMMUNITY’

RBS


‘This is Home – Community’ forms part of Royal Bank of Scotland’s new brand campaign to reaffirm its position as Scotland’s premier financial institution.

“This captures the essence of our history and culture in Scotland”

RBS Employee

This advertising campaign grew from a film made for employees and following unprecedented feedback, was adapted for use in the bank’s new brand campaign.


BARCLAYS CYCLE HIRE ‘HOW IT WORKS’

TRANSPORT FOR LONDON


‘Barclays Cycle Hire – How it Works’ is a graphic, informative and humorous film that introduced the concept of Transport for London’s cycle hire scheme. It takes the viewer step-by-step through the process of hiring a bicycle, highlights the safety aspects of cycling in the city and outlines other advantages of the scheme.

IVCA GOLD AWARD WINNER

The film attracted over 85,000 views on TfL’s website over a 6 month period.