Storytelling is at the heart of what we do. Our hands-on training workshops, high quality media production services and creative consultancy will bring your organisation's stories to life and build your relationship with new and existing audiences.
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We’re thrilled to have Penny Woolcock, award-winning filmmaker and screenwriter to close our Social Media Exchange on 9 February. It wasn’t until she was in her 30s that Penny decided she wanted to make films ‘without knowing anything about the art form’. Penny attended a filmmakers’ workshop and her breakthrough film ‘Tina Goes Shopping’ a […]
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Want to make your charity’s story stand out in 2015? Telling a great story online can inspire volunteers, engage donors and motivate campaigners. At The Social Media Exchange – Being the Story on Monday 9th February , sounddelivery in partnership with JustGiving are here to help you make the most your charity’s digital presence so you [… –
The Intrepid Explorers training course, run by the Foyer Federation, was a chance for young people to learn multimedia skills to tell their stories.
Sounddelivery was there to run sessions on social media, blogging, photography, video and audio. Here are some of the interviews recorded during the training.
We had some great speakers at the Social Media Exchange event and in between sessions had the chance to ask them for some of their tips. The first of these eight short videos features Fi Glover, presenter of the BBC’s The Listening Project, with some advice for charities when it comes to making an impact.