“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

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.

Keepsake Videos film premiered at the Battersea Police Ball 2016

Fantastic night at the Annual Battersea police fundraising ball yesterday where my film was shown in front of thousand of philantropists to raise money for Battersea Summer Scheme and Battersea Crime Prevention Panel.

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The film whose purpose was to fundraise for the Battersea Crime Prevention charity was well received and applauded by over 2000 fundraisers and party goers.

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Now that the film has been premiered, it will be displayed on the Battersea Summer Scheme website and they will use it on social media as well to raise their funding and charity profile, as well as promoting their services for children and young adults.


If you want to find more details about Battersea Summer Scheme , visit their website at http://batterseasummerscheme.org.uk/

Keepsake Videos latest film will be shown at the Battersea Police Ball

Last Summer, Keepsake Videos filmed and edited a short film for “Battersea Summer Scheme”, a wonderful charity who provide opportunities for young people, help to make Battersea better for all of us and build a safe and successful community.

Battersea Summer Scheme is a principal project of Battersea Crime Prevention Panel. It has been organising trips, outings, and events for under-privileged young people since 1992, especially those living in the poorer and more deprived areas of Battersea and Balham. and suffering from multiple disadvantages.

Keepsake Videos volunteered to make this videos to help them secure additional funding as it is getting harder for the charity to compete with other organisations.

The film is now finished and will be premiered at the Battersea annual Police ball.

This year’s ball with the theme of Carnivale is on Saturday 26 November 2016

If you want to have a fantastic evening and support this awesome charity, you can find more information on their website here.

Alternatively, you can download their leaflet with lots more information, or a printable booking form. The Ball Office (07809 474 456) is open 2pm-6pm Mon-Fri, or you can email them at [email protected]


LGBT Case Studies Videos

I finished the editing of the case studies videos for a local LGBT group for training purpose. Well done to all brave participants for sharing their stories, and how they manage to overcome the obstacles and inequality of society.

Filming for Battersea Summer Scheme

Keepsake Videos love Battersea Summer Scheme

Battersea Summer Scheme, established 1992, is a project of Battersea Crime Prevention Panel. After talking to the Chair, Henrietta Croker Pool MBE, I decided to help them secure additional funding with a video showing what they do. I filmed their Sport in the Park yearly event and it was awesome.

What a Brilliant day ! I took my son there and he had such a fantastic time at trying all the sports while I was filming for the community.


Kate from Battersea Summer scheme twitted us this photo on our Twitter account

thank you so much for today it was lovely to see you!

Filming is my passion and I love helping good causes with my skills, so when I have some spare time and I am not too busy with work, I occasionally donate some of my time to the charities I support.

I am planning to finish the video in September 2016.




If you are a registered charity or a not for profit organisation, and need some filming done, do let me know because I often give discount for a noble cause;)

Filming & Editing a series of Case study Videos

Keepsake Videos will be filming a LGBT various case study videos and will be editing them over the summer for a local LGBT organisation.

The finished films will help the young people from a local LGBT youth club with the issues they encounter in their daily life.

I will not be posting those films to protect the anonymity of the young people involved.

Well done to all brave participants for sharing their stories, and how they manage to overcome the obstacles and inequality of society. Hope your testimonies help other people too.