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Welcome to the world Baby Ela :)

This is our latest baby short film from Keepsake Videos. We really enjoyed filming Ela with her big brother Omer 🙂 It was fun experimenting with butterfly wings and fun

Our new short film “The Curse of Bullytown”

Check our latest short film “The curse of Bullytown” made with the #Wandsworth Kids in #Battersea Sypnosis: The Wandsworth kids discovered a box with strange writing in the playground. When

Our Squash Squared video premiered at the prestigious Wimbledon Club

Squash Squared is a charity based on a successful American program that mixed math and squash tuition to children in deprived areas. This film made by Keepsake Videos promote the

A2idislexia Inspirational talk at Thames Christian’s College

Yesterday morning, we filmed this very inspirational talk at the school assembly for our client A2idyslexia.

Chair exercise training video will start next April

Our next community film project is a chair exercise training video for local pensioners to do at home. Filming should start in March / April 2017 Every Thursday from 11-12pm

Welcome to the world Baby Ela :)

This is our latest baby short film from Keepsake Videos. We really enjoyed filming Ela with her big brother Omer 🙂 It was fun experimenting with butterfly wings and fun effects to make the video interesting. Mum chose the lovely music.

 

 

Newborn babies are just so adorable and we love filming them. We can also edit your own videos and pictures into a compelling little film. They grow so quickly so it is nice to preserve your memories while they are so tiny.

Our new short film “The Curse of Bullytown”

Check our latest short film “The curse of Bullytown” made with the #Wandsworth Kids in #Battersea

Sypnosis:

The Wandsworth kids discovered a box with strange writing in the playground. When they finally open it after lot of deliberation, something very unexpected happened and it might change the life of local children forever.

 

If you like the video, we will appreciate that you like our page https://www.facebook.com/yourkeepsakevideos/, share our work and pass the word about what we do. We offer bespoke filming and editing services for families, businesses and the community.

Credits:

Filmed & Edited by Sandra Munoz-Alvarez from Keepsake Videos
Directed by Dimitry Devdariani and Sandra Munoz-alvarez
Original story created by the children and script written by Sandra Munoz & Dimitri Devdariani
This ten weeks original class was funded by the Wow Mums and run Caius House Youth Club

This short film has been entered to various film competitions and been part of ITV Antibullying and “Be Kind” campaign as well as Lady Diana Kindness Day Celebration

 

Thanks
Sandra Munoz-alvarez, Freelance filmmaker based in Wandsworth.

Our Squash Squared video premiered at the prestigious Wimbledon Club

Squash Squared is a charity based on a successful American program that mixed math and squash tuition to children in deprived areas.

This film made by Keepsake Videos promote the charity and is used for fundraising and raise awareness about the program. It was finalized last week to be premiered at the fundraising auction held at the end of the Squash Squared Open 2017 at the Wimbledon Club.

Watch this video to learn more about this program and how it help local children to improve their math. The children involved have the opportunity to be introduced to squash, a sport that is not affordable to everyone while improving their academic skills.

 

 

We have also filmed the club luxurious fundraising dinner and gala for and upcoming promotional video for the Wimbledon Club.

A2idislexia Inspirational talk at Thames Christian’s College

Yesterday morning, we filmed this very inspirational talk at the school assembly for our client A2idyslexia.

Chair exercise training video will start next April

Our next community film project is a chair exercise training video for local pensioners to do at home. Filming should start in March / April 2017

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Every Thursday from 11-12pm they have a chair-based exercise class, to help older people improve their mobility, health and wellbeing in a friendly group. These sessions are part of a borough wide ‘Community Resilience Programme’ funded by Wandsworth Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and in partnership with Wandsworth Age UK to help people stay independent.

Many of their exercise group choose to stay on for a ‘well earned’ healthy home cooked meal at KLS lunch club!

If you’d like to join then please contact Lucie Brooke on 020 7223 2845 and [email protected]

This project is organised by the Katerine Low Settlement, run by the London Royal Academy of Dance and funded by the Wandsworth CCGs

About CCGs

Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) were created following the Health and Social Care Act in 2012, and replaced Primary Care Trusts on 1 April 2013. CCGs are clinically-led statutory NHS bodies responsible for the planning and commissioning of health care services for their local area. There are now 209 CCGs in England.

Commissioning is about getting the best possible health outcomes for the local population, by assessing local needs, deciding priorities and strategies, and then buying services on behalf of the population from providers such as hospitals, clinics, community health bodies, etc. It is an ongoing process, and CCGs must constantly respond and adapt to changing local circumstances. CCGs are responsible for the health of their entire population, and are measured by how much they improve outcomes.

CCGs are:

  • Membership bodies, with local GP practices as the members;
  • Led by an elected Governing Body made up of GPs, other clinicians including a nurse and a secondary care consultant, and lay members;
  • Responsible for approximately 2/3 of of the total NHS England budget; or £71.9 billion in 2016/17;
  • Responsible for healthcare commissioning such as mental health services, urgent and emergency care, elective hospital services, and community care;
  • Independent, and accountable to the Secretary of State for Health through NHS England;
  • Responsible for the health of populations ranging from under 100,000 to 900,000, although the average population covered by a CCG is about a quarter of a million people.

CCGs work with closely with NHS England, which has three roles in relation to CCGs. The first is assurance: NHS England has a responsibility to assure themselves that CCGs are fit for purpose, and are improving health outcomes. Secondly, NHS England must help support the development of CCGs. Finally, NHS England are also direct commissioners, responsible for highly specialised services and in some cases primary care, though a number of CCGs have now  taken on either full or joint responsibility alongside NHS England for this. As co-commissioners, CCGs work with NHS England’s Regional Teams to ensure joined-up care.

As Local Authorities are now responsible for public health, CCGs work closely with them through Health and Wellbeing Boards to achieve the best possible outcome for the local community, by developing a joint needs assessment and strategy for improving public health.

 

“My Dyxelsia” short film selected for the “We Care” Film Festival in India

I am very please to let you know that  “My Dyxelsia” short film has been accepted in another film festival …this time in New Delhi, India.

 

We should know the result by May 2017.

About the “We Care” Film Festival

Building on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD) and its unique mandate on education, science, culture, communication and information within the United Nations system, BROTHERHOOD in close cooperation with UN Information Centre for India and Bhutan, UNESCO, National Trust (Statutory body of the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment) and Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication hereby announces the 14th global edition of the WE CARE Film Fest from January to May 2017.

Wandsworth Kids TV is starting again next week

Wandsworth Kids TV is Back due to popular demand …
Class is starting next week on Thursday 19th of January from 4.30 to 5.30pm in Caius House
Battersea

This time we are going to make an anti-bullying short film with a twist.

The film sypnosis so far is: The Curse of Bully Town

Local kids  from a happy town found a strange box in (Battersea park ?) Even though there are warnings not open the box, their curiosity won and they open the box. An evil spirit escaped and cursed Battersea with the bully curse. Overnight, the Battersea sign change into Bully town.
A new kid in town will be bullied by everyone until he find a way to stand up for himself against the bullies, reverse the curse and save the town.

The script is currently being written by Theatre Director Dimitry Devdariani and myself, but we want the children to be part of it so we leave a lot of room for change so we can add their ideas like we did last term.

We will premiere the film to the parents on the 31st of March 2017 and I will be entering it to various film festival after that as well as bullying awareness websites.
Places are extremely limited and there is a waiting list so contact me at 07940401366 if you want a space for your child (8-11 years old)

 

Keepsake Videos at the Wandsworth Chamber of Commerce Business Award Dinner & Ceremony

We are honored to be finalist in the Commitment to community category. Result tonight at #wandsaward2016

At the Wandsworth Business Award ceremony 2016 with Senia #wandsworthawardsfinalist

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At the @wandsawards2016 having our starter and looking at the list of this year finalists. We are there too…

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Main course….we are getting closer to the results…..

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Desert and lovely company at #table16 with Southside Wandsworth @batterseaspanish @rotarybatterseapark @wowmums

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Well we did not win in our category. The winner was the huge Battersea Power Station Development company. Not bad for keepsake videos to be competing against this giant !

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We are honored to have been ones of the finalists in this category though.

WKTV do “Song in Real Life” video to promote Caius House Youth Club

We had so much fun doing our “Song in Real Life” video to promote Caius House Youth Club. Wandsworth Kids TV, Wow Mums drama & Acting Class , was run by Sandra Munoz-Alvarez from Keepsake Videos and Dimitri Devdariani from Caius House. This Project was funded by Sir Walter St John.  Created by the kids, filmed & edited by us.

 

Buna Kazoku Karate Championship Winter 2016

Last Saturday, Buna Kazoku Karate championship was filmed at the Caius House Youth Club the 26th November by Wandsworth Kids TV with Andrew Beech and the wow mums

Wandsworth Kids TV is a project run by Keepsake Videos and the Women of Wandsworth.

Buna Kazoku Karate is funded by Thomas School Fundation and the championship was funded by Big Local SW11