In the portfolio, take a look at our marketing video for the St. Anthony’s Foundation. This video shares the passion of the organization’s leadership, and the voices of those whose lives have been transformed by their work, in a way that touches viewers at a deeply emotional level. We always say that our goal is to make people laugh and to cry — and preferably both at the same time. By the time the last smile has been felt and enjoyed, viewers will feel as if they know and trust the people behind the organization, how powerful what they do is, and they will become inspired to support the work.
Bringing People Together
The Alameda County Public Health Dept., Oakland Police Department, and the Family Education Resource Center combined forces to create the Crisis Intervention Training program for police officers, which educates them in the use of de-escalation techniques when on mental health crisis calls. Our videos for the program were used to capture and share the education of police officers, and create awareness of the program among the general public.
By sharing the authentic voices of those affected by their interactions with the police, and the voices of the officers themselves, each audience was able to connect with the experience of the other. Among the various benefits of our videos, after watching them officers from other counties asked to participate in the program, and this led to the program’s adoption by surrounding counties.
We loved this project because of the difference we were able to make in helping to spread the program. It’s a perfect example of the power of video to make change.
Let us Help You Tell Your Story
Faber Productions will collaborate with you and your organization to create informational, motivational and inspiring videos, videos that educate the public, garner stakeholder support, train up staff, and change the world. It’s what we do and what we love to do.