Having worked with many of the UK’s biggest charities, Spectrecom Films has a wealth of experience in creating fantastic video content on behalf of fantastic causes. And the video we’ve just produced for the Dogs Trust may well be one of our most powerful pieces yet.
Dedicated to canine welfare, the Dogs Trust has launched a new campaign warning dog owners of the potentially fatal perils of leaving their dogs in parked cars, even for just a few minutes.
To bring this campaign to vivid life, the charity enlisted the services of agency Beige London and the team here at Spectrecom, in order to create a unique short film.
Shooting here at our Waterloo Film Studios, director Peter Ford, camera operator James Adair and the rest of the dedicated crew filmed an ice sculpture of a dog turning to nothing but droplets.
It was a long shoot, with the frozen dog perhaps taking slightly longer than anticipated to melt itself down to size, even under the burn of the studio lights. But we’re very proud of the results, and delighted that the video has now been released, to be seen and bring attention to this cause.
Watch the video for yourself below – and you can keep up with the progress of the Dogs Trust’s campaign on Twitter by using the hash tag #hotcarskilldogs.
Macmillan Cancer Support, Marie Curie Cancer Care, the RSPCA, the National Trust and Shelter are amongst the many charity clients Spectrecom Films has worked with. Check out our Charity Marketing page to find out more about why these charities choose to work with us.