With more than a dozen projects in production or in the pipeline, Human Interest Media Group is continuing to delivery high-quality, high-impact video content for our clients — even in the midst of a global pandemic and nationwide lockdown. We couldn’t be prouder of our team’s ability to quickly pivot, improvise and use all the tools at our disposal to keep producing the kind of work that has defined the Human Interest brand for more than a decade.
Our intrepid producer Kate Kunath has been out on the streets documenting the life-saving work of the Saban Community Clinic for a series of videos we are producing for the clinic’s “virtual gala” to be held next month.
The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation has commissioned Human Interest Films to produce a series of “Wellness Wednesday” videos featuring Dodgers players and Dodgers RBI coaches to help keep thousands of young Angelenos interested and engaged in health and wellness while kids are home from school and baseball season is postponsed.
And perhaps most exciting, the video we produced for CASA-NYC, highlighting their support of kids and families in New York City’s foster care system during the pandemic, caught the eye of a producer for The Daily Show, resulting in the organization being featured on Tuesday night’s broadcast in an interview with Trevor Noah.
It’s a challenging time, but also an exciting time. As our clients rise to the challenges brought on by this pandemic, we are proud and excited to be right there with them.