Media Education has a skilled team of in house film makers and animators. We offer high quality audio visual production services to businesses, public and third sector alike, delivering content suitable for web, broadcast, cinema and radio.
Children in Scotland
Summer Clubs 2017
This video was produced for Children in Scotland to evaluate the impact of the second year of the Summer Club project delivered through the Food, Families, Futures initiative.
The clubs provide free activities and access to meals to children across Glasgow and Dumbartonshire during the summer holidays.
National Lottery Good Causes
Thank You Scotland Campaign
We worked alongside the National Lottery and Creative Scotland on their “Thank You Scotland” project, an 11-part social media campaign celebrating the impact of Lottery funding throughout Scotland’s arts sector.
To see more from this campaign, follow this link.
Festival of Architecture
Crafts in Architecture
We produced a series of five short films for the Festival of Architecture in 2016 about crafting materials used in architecture. This project served a dual purpose as a professional development opportunity for some of the young people from our Friday Film Club.
To see more from this project, follow this link.
Resourcing Scotland’s Heritage
The Seven Steps of Fundraising
Resourcing Scotland’s Heritage commissioned us to make a short animated infographics video about fundraising in the heritage sector. This video is used as part of their regular fundraising skills workshops.
We also run storytelling and video production workshops for Resourcing Scotland’s Heritage.
Carnegie UK Trust
The Place of Kindness
This film was commissioned to accompany the Place of Kindness report, produced by Carnegie UK Trust to investigate ways of combatting loneliness and building stronger communities.
It was broadcast nationally in 2017 by the Community Channel.
Citadel Arts Group
Stories of the Sea
Each year we produce a film of Citadel Arts Group’s annual living memories theatre production.
This year’s double bill told two tales of local life, set first during World War II before jumping forward to the early 1960s and the decline of the Scottish whaling industry.
Jim Tribble – Travelling Minstrel
As part of a series of short promotional films we produced for Rosslyn Chapel, we made this piece about Jim Tribble.
Mr. Tribble is a travelling minstrel who regularly performs at Rosslyn, singing and demonstrating a variety of historical medieval instruments.
Scottish War Blinded
The Linburn Centre
This video was produced as part of a series that showcases the work of Scottish War Blinded, a charity which gives free support to ex-service men and women who have suffered from loss of sight.
We produced three films on this project, each focusing on a different aspect of Scottish War Blinded’s services.