Factory worked with adam&eveDDB on this powerful new film for Save The Children. The project aims to highlight forgotten children living in poverty who are discriminated against because of their gender, ethnicity or disability.
Directed by Simon Ratigan for HLA, the film was shot in Kenya, Mexico, Jordan, Bangladesh and the UK. With a fast–paced and frenetic edit, the sound was designed to really put the viewer in an emergency situation.
Factory’s Phil Bolland took on the sound design for the project: “It was a really unique project. We were given access to over 50 hours of recorded footage from across four continents. From this material we were able to construct a mix using the actual sound from each of the environments. Some of the sounds and situations captured were pretty shocking and it was important for us to accurately convey the plight that these children have to endure."