Freeport Braintree Shopping Centre in Essex asked us to produce a commercial for TV, Cinema and Radio. To accompany the ad we commissioned Sound of the Sirens to create a cover of Transvision Vamp's classic track ' Baby I Don't Care', and asked Denise Van Outen to voice the campaign.
This hugely successful digital campaign for Carlsberg saw England football supporters test their love for the beautiful game to the max! Featuring Gareth Southgate five lucky fans were given the chance to win tickets to see England play in the European Championships. To achieve this all they had to do was fulfill five little tasks to prove their worthiness!
In the summer of 2011,Pangaea TV’s Simon Hammett took to the high seas to film an innovative initiative designed to help young people cultivate life skills and build their confidence in preparation for entering the workforce. Organised jointly by Catch22 and the British Schools Exploring Society (BSES), Project Rough Seas allowed 36 young adventurers to take part in a challenging five-day trek in the Norwegian mountains followed by a two-week voyage on board a tall ship, Stavros S Niarchos. The trip finished with a spectacular sail up the River Thames and under Tower Bridge, with the young people perched high up on the rigging.
Project Rough Seas was a once in a life time experience to follow and live with a group of youngsters from disadvantaged backgrounds as they travel across open seas and explore distant wildernesses. This four minute trailer gives only a taste of the trials and tribulations the group faced as they struggled to work together to find a new peace within themselves and the group as a whole.
Ecologic was a project ran in collaboration with Exmouth Community College and it was designed to highlight which companies in and around the region were doing their part to tackle climate change. Using the students themselves as presenters, this half hour production was distributed on DVD to many of the schools and colleges around Devon and was used as an awareness raising exercise to promote sustainability.
Pangaea TV are proud to introduce their award winning educational film, Think Deep. A collaboration with East Devon District Council and Exmouth Community College, this film raises awareness of sustainable fishing in the classroom. With appearances from Chef Michael Caines and Educational Ranger James Chubb, Think Deep takes three children on a journey of discovery and encourages them to think about how what we eat effects the environment.