Prospect Arts is a video production company with a passion is for telling stories with a lasting impact, often capturing stories that inspire and evoke change in the world. Founded in 2002 by Tim Neeves, it boasts two studios – one in the US and one in the UK, near Tunbridge Wells. It boasts a wide portfolio comprising live music DVDs, TV commercials and feature documentaries, with clients ranging from corporates to charities.
Over the years its reputation has grown for telling stories with a sustainability bent. Its recent work includes a film for ethically-sourced coffee brand, Tchibo’s Smokin’ Bean. Developed with millenials in mind – young people place an increased value on ethical coffee sourcing, coffee quality and eco-friendly products – Smokin’ Bean is the only triple certified coffee-to-go brand (Fairtrade, Rainforest Alliance and Organic certified). See the film here.
The company will soon be helping Coca-Cola with creating a video to inspire their staff to use additional holiday days to volunteer for a charity too.
However, its biggest project right now is the Brave Blue World documentary which looks at water scarcity and innovation. ‘Brave Blue World‘ is the first honest and hopeful documentary that will paint an optimistic picture of how humanity is adopting new technologies and innovations to re-think how we manage water. The story follows Paul O’Callaghan, water industry expert and CEO, BlueTech Research, as he visits sites around the world that are employing novel ways of tackling existing water problems.
Hollywood A-lister Matt Damon is one of the film’s backers and Prospect Arts is currently deep in the editing process. You can see a taster of it here.
Here at the Global Good Awards we feel very honoured to be in such company and cannot recommend their services highly enough. You can get in contact with them here.