The foundation has many purposes. They raise awareness about the rare mitochondrial disease, raise funds for medical research and support families in the community.
The video will be released online to help:
a) retain existing supporters
b) convert prospective supporters
c) reactivate lapsed supporters
The video needs to reflect the messaging and tone-of-voice of the brand. A version of the film will be screened at our 10th annual Gala dinner.
We love helping Not For Profit organisations show the value they deliver to the community.
Our process always starts with research. A thorough understanding of Brand, message, target market and delivery platform is crucial to making an effective film. We started the Mito Foundation off with a brand workshop that revealed three main areas of focus for their organisation. They support clinical research, families living with Mito, and they lobby the government to create positive change.
For the Mito Foundation, we proposed creating a brand film that showed the hope and inspiration they were delivering their clients. We chose to intercut a series of inspiring stories – stories of people who represent each of the Foundation’s support strands.
The Mito Foundation Brand film doesn’t focus on explaining what the foundation does. It shows us what the service means to people and how it is changing lives. We meet a researcher who talks about the amazing work the Foundation is enabling because of the money they donate. We meet a family who speaks to how Foundation support has given them hope when there was none. And we meet a mother who helps us understand the importance of lobbying to continuing to advocate change.
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Mitochondrial Disease is a genetic disorder that robs the body of energy. There is no treatment and no cure, but, because of the Mito Fundation, there is hope.
Creative: Good Eye Deer
Video production company: Good Eye Deer – Sydney
Director / DP: Gavin Banks
Producer: Olivia Olley
Editor: Karl Pearson
Sound designer: John Roy