Yesterday we told you all about our recent collaboration with M&C Saatchi. Today we’ve got exciting news about another superb video produced in partnership with a top agency.
Entirely filmed in our studios, the video was part of the Dogs Trust’s summer campaign to highlight the danger of leaving dogs in parked cars, even for just a few minutes.
That campaign was a big success, with the video playing a major part; it’s been watched more than 60,000 times on YouTube. It also attracted coverage from The Daily Telegraph and Daily Star, and more than 100 other media outlets.
So with ‘Hot Cars Kill Dogs’ delivering that killer combo of being a terrific video in its own right AND achieving fantastic results, it’s an obvious awards contender.
We’ve got plans to put it forward for some of our industry awards schemes, and See.Saw feel just as passionately about its trophy-snaffling potential; indeed, the video has just been shortlisted for a PR Moment Award.
It’s competing in the ‘Best Use of Video’ category, alongside seven other nominees. We’re very excited about its chances of emerging as top dog (sorry), but we’ll have to wait till 4 March to find out if it wins.
Spectrecom Films regularly partners with leading PR, advertising and digital agencies to craft award-winning video content for some of the biggest brands around.
If you’d like to speak to us about a video project, get in touch with our Accounts Manager Mark Thompson on 0203 096 2867 or email email@example.com