Things Don’t Have Rights

Unlike humans, things don’t have rights. By abusing objects in these films we hope to demonstrate the realities of abusing humans.

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) promotes and protects all human rights. They commissioned these films to publicise the work of the Treaty Bodies - the committees which oversee Human Rights treaties.

GENRE: Animation
CLIENT: OHCHR
FACTOID: These films - animated by Nicolai Troshinsky - were inspired by the work of Serge Bloch.

ALSO IN Charity

Boys and Girls study by candlelight

Exam Stress

Client: UNICEF

King Kong battles, in Princess Kong a film for Plan International

Girls Takeover

Client: Plan International

Invisible Girls

Client: Plan International

A shot from "A Magical Place" a film by a production company making promotional videos and viral content for NGOs and Charities.

A Magical Place

Client: UNICEF

Aleppo: fetching water

In Their Own Words

Client: UNICEF

A shot from "MS Enough" a film by a creative agency working with charities and international NGOs.

MS Enough

Client: MS Society

A shot from "You Know Me" by a creative agency working with NGOs and Charities

You Know Me

Client: UNICEF

A shot from a profile of "Yuri Suzuki" by a creative agency working with museums and galeries.

Yuri Suzuki

Client: Tate

A shot from "Visitor" a film by a creative agency working with museums and galeries

Big and Small

Client: Tate Britain

A shot from "Because I'm a Girl" a film by a creative agency working with charities and international NGOs.

Because I Am A Girl

Client: Plan International

A shot from "Don't Buy It!" a film by a production company making promotional videos and viral content.

Don’t Buy It!

Client: WMDA

Conserving the H3

Client: Royal Museums