Our work with MSL

MSL is a non-profit organisation offering vital support to people living with multiple sclerosis.
Big Button films is proud to assist such a worthwhile organisation in the delivery of video content.

Please visit their website: www.ms.org.au

The Challenge
Multiple Sclerosis Limited recognise that video is an essential form of communication when engaging with people they support, and internal and external stakeholders.
Capturing content across borders, editing content from a range of sources, and working with various departments, all the while keeping the video message in tune with MSL’s values is key to successful video campaigns.

The Solution
On call and when they need us, even when that means same day delivery.

Deliverables
With countless videos produced over the past 8 years, Big Button Films continues to provide
* creative concept
* videography
* post production

The Results
MSL continue to utilise Big Button Films as a a partner in video production. Video content features in their website and is increasingly used across all social platforms achieving thousands of views.

Some of the many ways Big Button Films deliver video content for MSL.

SOCIALS

We produce videos that inform people living with multiple sclerosis about the services available at MSL. These are shared on MSL's socials, including vertical video for IGTV.

TRAINING

Big Button Films developed a range of training videos to induct people volunteering at MSL.

EVENTS

Whether it's covering an event or editing a video message to say thank you to to participants and volunteers. Video plays an important role in MSL's fundraising efforts.

REPORTING

Delivering video messages and annual reporting videos

STORIES

Sharing stories through video is powerful.
Big Button films have helped share the experiences of people living with multiple sclerosis.

AGM Videos and Corporate Presentations

Employment Services

Social Media

Mega Swim - YouTube and Facebook

15 second promo - Instagram

Mega Swim IGTV

NDIS

Falls Prevention

GYAT Campaign

NDIS My Story

World MS Day

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