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Glasgows produces series of films for the Environment Agency

Environment Agency

Leyland-based production company Glasgows has completed the production of a series of 10 films for the Environment Agency.

Small Changes, Big Picture is designed to inform and encourage the public to make small changes at home, get involved in local action groups and have their say in the Environment Agency’s Challenges and Choices public consultation.

The series begins with an explainer film and then covers a series of topics including Plastic Pollution, Chemicals in the Water Environment and Climate Crisis.

Producer Louise Jones said: “Whilst the films cover crucial topics, it was important that the tone was approachable, light-hearted and encouraging rather than dictatorial and so we ensured that the voiceover artist and all on-screen contributors interviewed came across as informative yet passionate about each cause, which was actually highly infectious when making the films, resulting in starting to make small changes at home myself – being cautious at what I pour down the sink as one example.

“The films support the audience in understanding how taking care of water at a local level, even following the simplest of measures, can make a real difference now and in the future.”

Vicki Betts, Senior Technical Specialist at the Environment Agency, added: “Glasgows have been a joy to work with and have really brought our vision to life. We were looking for a production company to inject positivity to get at the heart of the fantastic stories that the big documents and hefty processes can hide.

“The films have given us something we can be really proud of, not just as a consultation tool, but also as a reboot of the way we communicate with people about water.”

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