DONATELIFE - UNCLE’S LAST GIFT
This project was developed through working closely with members of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, to share the messages of donation in a way that is culturally appropriate but can also resonate with people from all backgrounds about the incredible opportunity that donors can have to give the gift of life. The video gives the permission to talk about this sensitive and personal topic in an uplifting and real way.
NOW I'M FREE
Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people transitioning from life behind bars back into community, this project culminated in a range of videos. This piece 'Now I'm Free' incorporates spoken word poetry to explore a young woman's journey to freedom.
'I Wish' : A child's perspective of family violence
Silverpod Productions worked closely with community members to produce a series of videos aimed at addressing the topic of family violence, using creative techniques as a foundation for message delivery within this campaign.
Daryl James - soles on wire
Silverpod produced this music video for Daryl James’ 2019 single Soles on Wire. The first new track since his debut album Insofar hit the shelves in 2018, Soles On The Wire sees the talented singer-songwriter turn his live show experimental beatboxing into the song’s primary beat.
THE INNER SHADOW - HEALING THROUGH CULTURE
Produced in 2017 by Silverpod Productions for Family Safety Victoria.
Clinical Brain Death Testing
Produced for The College of Intensive Care of Australia and New Zealand.
VALID - THINK DIFFERENTLY
The Victorian Advocacy League for Individuals with Disability (VALID) is the peak organisation in the Victorian disability sector representing adults with an intellectual disability and their families.
FAMILY SAFETY VICTORIA - START OVER
Family Safety Victoria was created to deliver family violence reform and drive action to end family violence.
LIFELINE - ANNA’S STORY
The Silverpod Crew recently finished a video campaign project with Lifeline, with the aim to encourage people to call if they need help, and also to recruit new volunteers to answer the phone calls of people in crisis. Suicide prevention is an important issue with an average of 8 people taking their own lives each day in Australia. The eight people who feature in this campaign represent these individuals.