About Livingstone Media
Multi- award winning media production company based in Edinburgh that creates compelling narratives through film or the written word - our aim is to help you tell your story and help you effect positive change .
Established by Morag Livingstone in 2006, a two time best selling author in her own right, we focus on helping charities, socially responsible companies, membership organisations and trade unions inspire others to:
- join your campaign
- help change government policy
- buy your product or services
- join up as a member
- help fund your work
Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign
Unite the Union
International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
Flexenclosure - sustainable Internet infrastructure
Warwickshire Council / Child Protection Services
Storm - sustainable restaurant
Accenture Development Partnerships
IFC/ World Bank
Additional Clients Include:
National Health Service (NHS) (over 3 hours of training films), Oklahoma Museum, European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (Training and development of Communications Staff in multimedia communications (2013)), OffCentre (Various projects on young people, 2005 – Present), HYPAC (Hackney Young People Affected by Crime – (Help Change the Headlines, 2010), Haydons Road Campaign (Road Safety, 2011), Citizens Advice (Life After Debt, Nov 2009 – 2011), RNIB, RNID, Oxfam, MENCAP, Contact a Family, Ethiopia Aid / Project Harar (Noma: the face of Poverty, 2008); Comic and Sports Relief, (2005-present) The Carnegie Trust (2006), Stepping Stones for Families (Living with Low income in Scotland, 2006). Published photographs and writings in over 250 publications globally including: The Financial Times, The Guardian, Daily Mail, BBC, CNN, The Yorkshire Post, The Sunday Post, The Herald, the Daily Mail, IPS Terraviva, PDN and on MediaStorm, Children and Young People Now, Young Minds and Net Impact Magazines.
SME Greater London:
Winner: Best Documentary Film Production Company 2018.
Award for Excellence in Investigative Journalism
Belonging The Truth Behind the Headlines (2017/8)
WINNER: Best Documentary Romford International Film Festival
WINNER: Constuir Cine Special Jury Prize: The London Labour International Film Festival
WINNER Best Documentary: Cardiff International Film Festival
Shortlist: Best National Film: The London Labour International Film Festival
Official Selection: The Wirral international Film Festival
Official Selection: CSDocuFest (Stirling, Scotland)
Official Selection, Market: Social World Film Festival (Italy)
Official Selection: Constuir Cine, Argentina: International Documentary
Official Selection: Workers Unite Film Festival New York, USA
World Bank, Winner: Tajikistan - Empowering Women through Microfinance (2012)
Best of the Web: Ken Kobre - Beautiful Noise (2007)
Wildlife Photographer of the Year semi-finalist – sponsored Veolia (2011 & 2007)
Deutsche Bank Pyramid Winner (2006)
Directly changing the operations and decision making procedures of Transport for London on road safety – approved by the Mayor of London June 2010. Influencing government policy in Scotland, raising funds for not-for –profit organisations, raising awareness of political prisoners in Ethiopia (Released April 2008) Supporting young people through photography and writing in conjunction with art therapy to cope with mental health. (2010)
Proud partner of The Media Fund Helping fund the media that makes a difference
Working for Better
Your impact on change for good doesn't end there - profits from our work go to funding personal, investigative, evidence based journalism projects with a focus on accountability, transparency and good business practice - particularly when government standards fall short.
All of our past personal projects have surpassed expectations - multi-award winning films, two best selling books and work that has been credited with effecting change to Scottish Government Policy - testament to those who have faced adversity and remain willing then tell us their stories for the greater good.
We don't tell you how to think, we ask you to think again.
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