Reelscape Films, Cookies' production company, are committed to working with community groups, youth, educational organisations and charities for mutual benefit wherever possible its work. This adds value to the production process and builds our audience whilst also offering opportunities to others in the multi-disciplined and often inaccessible world of commercial film. MD Becky Adams also established Reelscape Community to expand these social enterprise principles.
Our behind-the-scenes videos and workshops with schools are just two examples of unique opportunities we can offer to sponsors or those interested in product placement.
We are always interested to hear from potential partners and the feature film is also seeking investors.
How we've already got people involved: At our launch of Fortune Cookies at the EDF Energy London Eye 4D cinema, supported by partners CARRIER-media, the EDF Energy London Eye and Pig In A Poke Wines, we enrolled Spinebreakers, members, Penguin's teen book community, managed by Livity, a youth engagement agency, to document the event.
We invited a neighbouring primary school to our Fortune Cookies workshops with Northampton Academy to maximise reach and provide an opportunity for Year Sixes to experience their future secondary school. In the videos of these workshops we provided product placement for art materials by Brian Clegg, OTT Pouches, Node chairs for Steelcase, the Hue HD Webcam and for Jackpen. We're screening these videos with a Q&A from Reelscape at the Northants Film Network, that we also voluntarily organise, at the Errol Flynn Filmhouse at the Royal & Derngate in Northampton.
The shooting of the teaser was supported by longstanding partner CARRIER-media as well as Panavision, Panalux, Island Studios, Totom Construction, Audiolink, and Hoo Hing supermarkets.