Fire Films has been awarded a Silver Distinction and Silver in this year's AVPA awards. We received a Silver for our short doc We are Family and a Silver Distinction for our Monash Science Precinct video.
Fire Films had a little break from the wintery Melbourne weather recently when we
headed up to Sydney for the Adobe Symposium held at the new International
Conference & Convention Centre in Darling Harbour. During the Adobe Creative Sessions, Jimmy gave a very well-received presentation titled “Divide and
Conquer – Video Collaboration”, which was all about our unique post production
workflow and experience. You can view the video of the presentation here.
Corinne was invited to present two of our films, Changing Lives Through Freedom and Engagement, and Building a Culture of Love, at the 2017 Dementia Australia conference at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. After the screenings Professor Alan Duffy lead Q&A sessions where Corinne spoke about how Silverado's model of care is changing the lives of the residents who live there. (Silverado, in California, is where the films were shot.) Check out the last minute wher
For Melbourne filmmaker Corinne Maunder, it was having a grandmother with dementia that first sparked her interest in documenting the care that’s available all around the world for people living with the condition. Story published in #hellocare
‘Love Lives Here’ is our latest documentary looking at how US-based memory care provider Silverado gives life to residents by embracing a core operating philosophy of love and recognising the value of the human spirit. Article in Hello Care #dementia #hellocare #silverado
While the federal government tries to encourage older Australians to remain in the workforce as long as possible, a Victorian truckie has taken it a step further, with the 92-year-old still behind the wheel full-time. Peter Ward is determined to not be overtaken by old age, delivering vegetables to Woolworths five days a week. “I don’t feel like I’m 92 but I know I am 92,” he said. “I love it, love driving, always have.”At an age where most people would have put the brakes on
We’ve just returned from a month in LA, shooting a short film + a series of training videos for Silverado Care. And what a great month we had! Silverado provides care and support for people living with dementia, and their families. They offer residential care (where people live together in one of their supported memory care communities), home care (for people living in their own home) and hospice (end of life care), at over 30 locations in six US states. Throughout December
‘Finding the Why’ shares the important message that everyone can live well with dementia. The film recently won a Silver People’s Choice Award Telly Award and a Bronze Award in the Judge’s Health and Fitness category. The Telly Awards are a prestigious industry award honouring the finest film and video productions, groundbreaking web commercials, videos and films, and outstanding local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs. The awards gives the public the power to