In the last 18 months or so, we’ve produced quite a few different video projects for Marie Curie.

Those projects include a well-received Walk Ten film and a five-part Great Daffodil Appeal series which brought home the bacon in the ‘Innovation’ category at the 2014 EVCOM Clarion Awards.

And right at the end of last year, we delivered a new video series on behalf of Marie Curie. The series was aimed at people who care for a friend or relative with a terminal illness.

Through speaking to carers, Marie Curie was aware carrying out day-to-day medical and care tasks can sometimes be stressful for them.

For this reason, Spectrecom was asked to produce some new videos that carers could watch for info and advice.

In addition to this practical support, Marie Curie wanted the videos to offer a sense of emotional support too.

One of the main ways we achieved this was through the warm look that director Peter Ford and his crew brought to the series, thereby helping to establish a very positive tone.

To see more of the films, visit the Marie Curie website.

As well as Marie Curie, Spectrecom Films has produced video content for Macmillan, Shelter, the National Trust and many other UK charities. Check out our charities page to find out more.

If you’d like to speak to us about a video project for your charity, get in touch with our Accounts Director Christiaan Harden on 0203 405 2274 or email

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