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Macmillan Cancer Support strives to improve the lives of people affected by cancer. As one in three people will get cancer, we will all be affected. And as treatments improve, more people will live with cancer in their lives. Macmillan provides the practical, emotional and financial support that extends beyond medical help.
Our task was to produce a short film which explained a new role that Macmillan will be introducing into cancer care teams in the near future. As this is quite a clinical subject, we had to make sure to include personal testimonies from animated contributors to give the film a more human touch.
Macmillan's Workforce Project Coordinator, Ross Matthews said: 'We chose to work with Media Trust following the positive feedback we received from our in-house production team that worked with them on a previous successful project last year. Also, Media Trust has a reputation of being more creative than other agencies and were also willing to accomodate our tight production schedules - all factors that contributed to us choosing Media Trust again.
"The director, Tom Martin, was incredibly professional and a real pro – understanding right from the start the message we wanted to convey and consenquently delivering a high-quality product to enhance the promotion of Macmillan Cancer Support work within cancer care.
"The video has received positive feedback from all our colleagues and from our Macmillan Professionals after is was showcased on an exhibition stand at our national event in Birmingham on the 11/12 November 2015. We would gladly recommend Media Trust to other charities as they are really helpfull and a pleasure to work with."
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