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Lights, Camera, Action!

Filming for the next Mill Hill School Foundation video is underway, with a little help from our OM friends!
OM Filming
OM Filming

Recently, we were pleased to welcome some of our Old Millhillians back to take part in the filming for our latest school brand film, provisionally called ‘Our Advice’. We worked with the incredibly talented agency, Affixxius on this project.

 

The film aims to bring together our community, a ‘community to which you will always belong’. The film will feature some some of our youngest pupils at Grimsdell up to our oldest pupils in Sixth Form, along with featuring generations of Old Millhillians, from the newly graduated to the longest serving. We were also lucky to have filmed some scenes with Old Millhillians who have children at our schools.

 

Everyone offered pieces of advice to those starting out on their journey at The Mill Hill School Foundation. Ahead of the filming, we conducted research across all schools and the Old Millhillian community to ask what advice they would give. This was then turned into a script to ensure that the statements of ‘advice’ were all authentic and specific to our community. It was lovely to hear that the pupils and Old Millhillians could relate with the words of wisdom they read out to camera.

 

The filming process was incredibly rewarding, and it was a pleasure to meet our wonderful Old Millhillians.

 

We look forward to sharing the final film with you. Thank you so much to all the Old Millhillians who contributed to supporting this project. 

 

 

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