Here are 5 reasons why:
1. With the rise of social media and the internet, NGO’s have never been so equipped to campaign and connect with their audiences as they are now.
2. Video is important in storytelling and can give campaigns more impact.
3. Videos can create more interest, meaning more people will support your initiatives.
4. Video can encourage sharing as people are 21 times more likely to share a video on social media than text, says a study by Hubspot. This creates further knowledge of your project and encourages new and potential supporters.
5. Campaigns which involve video are more likely to go viral – for example the ALS ice bucket challenge last summer was seen by millions.
Spectacle offer a short film making course which is designed to suit NGO’s, Charities, Start ups and SME’s. The training is not technology specific but allows you to make use of the equipment you have available and use low budget techniques. This is more cost effective than hiring a film crew.
We also offer an intensive 4 day course attended by NGO, charity and communications workers.
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