WaterAid wanted a film to support the 2020 Water and Climate Summit in London. The president of WaterAid, HRH The Prince of Wales, hosted the event.
Working with Bristol based agency Clink Clink, we created an event film to capture the audiences’ attention. The narrative took the audience on a journey to experience the extremes of water and witness its impact on the environment.
Over a 20 minute period, the film demonstrated how the climate is changing and how the weather and landscape is reacting. The film builds in intensity as the weather cycle is repeated to become more dangerous and aggressive, reflecting the changing state of the weather as a result of climate change.
The sound was designed to work with the acoustics of Hall One at Kings Place, London. It immersed the audience in the weather and encouraged them to contemplate the impact of climate change.
The film was screened on a large screen whilst the audience were entering the event space, ahead of HRH The Prince of Wales’ opening speech.