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The Community Film Unit is a Youth-Focused Social Enterprise

By: Tiana Reid - Published: • References: communityfilmunit & bbc
Social initiatives aren't immune to branding, nor should they be, which is why the Community Film Unit's acquisition of the Social Enterprise Mark is a positive step that clients and others will recognize as a mark of integrity, inspiration and interaction -- three terms employed by the Social Enterprise Mark itself.

The Community Film Unit uses the language of the youth -- music, film, web design, graphic design and photography -- to make an impact. By telling compelling stories, the team is able to empower local communities and document the transformations that take place within them. Profits from the film, design and photography services are reinvested into initiatives that further benefit the community.

Based in Staines, the Community Film Unit works across England to create promotional films and photography, as well as design including web and printed media. The scope of work ranges from creating a new concept and design to delivering content based on existing branding. The unit has worked with clients including Surrey Youth Games, the Surbiton Hockey Club, EmployAbility, the Tora-Kai Judo Club and the Surrey County Council.

The Community Film Unit is a service that creates important messaging for local communities. Often, many community groups and social enterprises have a captivating story but that doesn't mean that they don't need help to create a narrative for the brand as a whole. The Community Film Unit, then, fills that gap and creates a unique value and responds to a growing need in this emerging community.

Contact Information:
Community Film Unit Website
Leacroft Centre,
Leacroft Road,
Staines,
Middlesex
TW18 4PB
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