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We believe in Equality and Diversity to Educate and Nurture – so much so that we’ve even made these words, which make up our name, into little characters.

EDEN Film Productions - boom - equality

Equality – Boom poles are used for audio recording and it is important that audio levels are balanced and at the correct level. That is why our boom pole gets to symbolise how we tackle discrimination in society; by striving for balance and equality at all times.

EDEN Film Productions -lens - diversity

Diversity – Camera lenses come in all shapes and sizes and they have a variety of purposes. Our camera lens promotes and believes in the strength of diversity everywhere and she ensures that it forever remains one of our core aims.

EDEN Film Productions - clapper - educate

Educate – Clapperboards are used on film sets to educate directors, actors and editors about scenes, locations and shots. Our clapperboard helps us on our journey to educate others, be they students taking our classes or an audience watching our films; education is key to our success.

EDEN Film Productions - reel - nurture

Nurture – Film editing takes a lot of time, concentration and patience. Our editing reel ensures that we nurture our students, volunteers, employees and films so that we can continue to share powerful stories, raising vital awareness about Equality and Diversity around the world.

We created a short video for the The Primrose Centre, a fantastic Charity that helps people directly and indirectly affected by breast cancer. The Primrose Centre provides support by offering free complementary therapies for the mind and body that might otherwise be unaffordable.

The Primrose Centre is a registered charity founded by Mary Spinks, who spearheaded the fundraising and the conversion. Mary is now director, running the centre along with her team.

Testimonial

“The Primrose Centre found an absolute gem to create a video for our website. E.D.E.N achieved the entire ethos of the Centre whilst being aware of the sensitivity needed working around breast cancer patients. A wonderful piece.”

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