Why is this film so captivating?

Mr White’s individualised handshake at the start of each day portrays the ethos of this highly motivated teacher. Simple but totally engaging, with effective use of pace and music, the film reveals the character and sincerity of someone who as he says...

SixtyOne’s Rehabilitation Marketplace Event

Changing Views is delighted to have worked with SixtyOne and 12 other Bristol charities in the production of a short film to promote The Rehabilitation Marketplace, an exciting event showcasing the charities’ work amongst prisoners and ex-offenders. Re-offending costs...

Videos bringing connection and authenticity

It was a real priviledge to work with St Peter’s Hospice in making a welcome film for the front page of their web site and then eleven shorter films portraying different services or personal stories to go on relevant web site pages. St Peter’s Hospice have...

Poverty is too expensive

If we in the UK spent money on preventing poverty it would be much cheaper than paying for its consequences. This is the finding of a report released by The Joseph Rowntree Foundation. That’s why schemes aimed at dismantling poverty deserve our consideration....

Trust enables change and innovation

Trust enables change and innovation – that’s according to Rachel Botsman as she explains very eloquently in her latest TED talk Trust or indeed trustworthiness is crucial in both our personal and business communications. So how do we give potential clients...

Why I think this world should end

This film is actually a good way to end the week and reflect on what comes next. Again the power of film makes strong messages memorable and communicates beyond those few minutes. What message do you want to get out...