Our current projects
The Egg Assembly
During the second national lockdown in November 2020, we worked with the Egg Theatre to create a video about their new online project, the Egg Assembly.
The Egg Assembly is an online tool to bring creatives together from all over the world to learn more about their chosen subjects through online courses including acting, filmmaking, animation, sound design and vocal classes.
In a world where so much was standing still, they wanted to leap across boundaries and open up creative doors.
In this film we capture the story of the Compassionate Community Volunteers in Bath and the work they have done to support vulnerable people during COVID-19.
Over the last four months 3SG in partnership with Virgin Care and B&NES Council have worked around the clock to set up the Compassionate Community Hub reaching out to the vulnerable and isolated providing help with food deliveries, medicine, urgent housing, mental health and well-being and money matters.
No Place Like Home
No Place Like Home is an online series about what home means to individuals from all walks of life.
This series features stories from people who have lost their home through very different circumstances and shows how they have turned their lives around.
The aim of this series is to help raise awareness and inspire people to change their thinking. Episode one, two and three are available to view now - just click the 'Watch' button below.
A Roof Over My Head
Behind the beautiful Georgian facade of Bath and the stunning surrounds of Bath and North East Somerset, homelessness – or the threat of it – is a problem facing a growing number of people.
There are over 4,000 on social housing waiting lists in the region and house prices are 14 times average earnings. The issues go far deeper than the number of street homeless.
This film shows the realities of homelessness and the life-changing work that is being done by local organisations to help.
Meaningful Films helps charities and not-for-profit organisations to share their stories in a way that encourages compassion and inspires change.
Luke Taylor and Joanna Crosse have been working together for nine years to bring a creative combination of storytelling through film.
Covering all aspects of video production, Meaningful Films creates beautifully crafted
videos and collaborates with experts in the field.
Joanna and Luke produce thought provoking films with impact using sensitive interviewing techniques and creative filmmaking, giving organisations a platform to share the work they do.
ANDREWS PROPERTY GROUP
"Working with Luke and Joanna on the [establish] video was an absolute pleasure. They combined broadcast quality interviewing and award-winning film making and the results were above and beyond what we expected."
Nick Moir - Head of Marketing
"I was so impressed both with the final product and with the speed they produced and changed them. This is the best experience we have had with any external marketing or production company and I hope to use their services again in the future. I would also highly recommend Joanna and Luke to others."
Mark Bridges - Assistant Head
ST JOHN'S FOUNDATION
" Luke and Jo were a fantastic filmmaking pair to work with. They produced a high quality film for us that highlights the support out there for homeless people, both those on the streets and those without permanent homes in B&NES.
They went above and beyond in terms of spending time working with (and having patience with) our charities. They were both passionate about working on this type of charity film. They were great at listening to our needs but also offered their expertise in what would be best for the film."
Sam Gillett - Funding and Impact Manager
"The filming we had done for our music event was absolutely superb. They thought of everything and were extremely professional but personable to deal with."
Kim Lee- Music Workshop
FAMILY RIGHTS GROUP
"Joanna and Luke captured the emotionally difficult stories of parents and the challenging perspectives of social workers trying to make safe decisions for children. They have been dedicated, creative and sensitive partners in this work"
Sean Haresnape - Principle Social Work Adviser