Be A Street ChildSuperhero

Client
Chance for Childhood

We were approached by Media Trust, Chance for Childhood and Street Child Africa to create a short animation promoting the two charity organisation’s work in helping and protecting street children, child soldiers, those traumatised by violence and conflict, and children born into trafficking and prostitution.

As soon as we’ve learned about the good work they are doing,we didn’t think twice and jumped straight on collaborating with them to bring this animation to life.

Learn more and see what they do to help street children like Mbalichanceforchildhood.org/help-street-children and streetchildafrica.org.uk

The approach

It’s difficult to sum up all the work they do. Every case is different and they are trying to work with a holistic approach, looking at the root of problems instead of offering single packaged solution.

So putting all that into a two minute short film was a real challenge but Chance for Childhood and Street Child Africa gave us the freedom to take the script to the direction that we think will give a general sense of the work that they do without bombarding the audience with facts and figures.

Our approach was to create a piece that will be highly emotive and we wanted to do something that people in the UK can relate to.

The film received hugely positive feedback, thought one of our lovely volunteers was going to cry! It is just what we wanted – thank you so much.

Cara Cahill - Street Child Africa

Character Design

Designing the characters was great fun. We decided to base these characters on real people and social workers who have devoted their time and effort to this charity organisation.

Environment Design

Winner / BronzeCelebratory (Screen) Category

Client - Chance for Childhood and Street Child AfricaAgency - Media TrustProduced, Directed, Designed and Animated - Ink and Giants StudioMusic - Philippe Lenzini


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Be A Street ChildSuperhero

Client
Chance for Childhood

We were approached by Media Trust, Chance for Childhood and Street Child Africa to create a short animation promoting the two charity organisation’s work in helping and protecting street children, child soldiers, those traumatised by violence and conflict, and children born into trafficking and prostitution.

As soon as we’ve learned about the good work they are doing,we didn’t think twice and jumped straight on collaborating with them to bring this animation to life.

Learn more and see what they do to help street children like Mbalichanceforchildhood.org/help-street-children and streetchildafrica.org.uk

The approach


It’s difficult to sum up all the work they do. Every case is different and they are trying to work with a holistic approach, looking at the root of problems instead of offering single packaged solution.

So putting all that into a two minute short film was a real challenge but Chance for Childhood and Street Child Africa gave us the freedom to take the script to the direction that we think will give a general sense of the work that they do without bombarding the audience with facts and figures.

Our approach was to create a piece that will be highly emotive and we wanted to do something that people in the UK can relate to.

The film received hugely positive feedback, thought one of our lovely volunteers was going to cry! It is just what we wanted – thank you so much.

Cara Cahill - Street Child Africa

Character Design


Designing the characters was great fun. We decided to base these characters on real people and social workers who have devoted their time and effort to this charity organisation.

Environment Design


Winner / BronzeCelebratory (Screen) Category

Client - Chance for Childhood and Street Child AfricaAgency - Media TrustProduced, Directed, Designed and Animated - Ink and Giants StudioMusic - Philippe Lenzini