If you follow this blog closely, you’ll have noticed that, recently, things have been a little quite on the western front when it comes to the amount of content posted over the last few months.
I’ve been working at The Petroleum Exploration Society of Great Britain over this time (actually making films instead of just writing about then), as a marketing intern. There I made digital content, including web-posts and booklets, but also several marketing films.
I’d love for you, the followers of this blog, to take a look at some of the work I’ve done over recent months; it’s work I’m very proud of, and something I’d like to share with any interested readers.
Now that this stage of my life has come to a close, I’ll next be going back to university in order to study on a masters degree; so look out for lots of new essays here at A World of Film!
Below is a list of the films I made, plus some small explanations for context:
This short film was made to promote the venue hire of the PESGB and the area that the charity is located.
This video was made to encourage more members to attend the PESGB London Evening Lecture.
Council Election Interviews
The next few videos are a series of interviews made to promote and encourage more members to stand for the PESGB council board.
Field Trips and Internships
These videos were made with people either interning, volunteering or working at the PESGB to promote more of what the charity does in terms of satisfying the public and the membership.