Other Projects Portfolio

Victoria Baths // Music and Arts Festival 

Here’s a little social media teaser video we produced with Victoria Baths in Manchester.

The 60-second film includes footage from their Music and Arts Festival hosted at the baths this past summer.  

Victoria Baths is a listed Edwardian swimming pool and Turkish Baths complex, closed since 1993 awaiting restoration.

Wrong Banana feat. Ruby-Ann // ‘Seventeen’ // Official Music Video

Coolbox worked with musician and producer Liam Morson to create his debut music video for his new outfit Wrong Banana. 

‘Seventeen’ also features Manchester-based vocalist Ruby-Ann Patterson.  

Young Readers Programme 2017

Coolbox teamed up with PR agency Citypress to produce this short video to help promote the Young Readers Programme.

One person in seven in the UK lives with poor literacy. This holds them back at every stage of their life. However, research shows that reading for pleasure is one of the most effective ways to help children reach their full potential. The Young Readers Programme motivates children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to read for enjoyment.

We were invited to a school in Manchester for the day to film a series of interviews with the children. They told us why they loved reading and what types of books they enjoyed most.

Glengoyne Wildfowl and Wetlands

Glengoyne whisky recently announced that they will continue their relationship with the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) and support their latest campaign to save the endangered Greenland white-fronted goose.

Working closely with WWT, Glengoyne will support the initiative to assist the WWT in carefully undertaking planned research to help understand the rapid population decline of the geese.

Glengoyne asked Coolbox to produce a short film to document the ongoing research WWT undertakes in the wetland area surrounding the distillery. We followed Researcher Ed Burrell for a day, and asked him a few questions about his work, before catching up with Glengoyne Marketing Director Iain Weir.