UK Sepsis Trust | Matt

Matthew Parkes contracted sepsis when he was on holiday with his wife and daughter: he lost both his legs and part of both his hands, as well as being left with many less visible injuries. Sepsis kills 44,000 people every year in Britain, but faster diagnosis would mean many of those lives could be saved.

A short film created to support a network of volunteer speakers for UK Sepsis Trust, also shown as part of their charity partnership with the 2018 Random Grand National, via 11-London. Shot on location at Cheadle Hulme School, Greater Manchester.

Shot on Blackmagic Cinema camera by Brad Bell for StoryPartners.film. Lens: Canon 17-55m f2.8. Shot raw, processed as Kodak 5207 with FilmConvert in DaVinci Resolve. Underwater footage shot with GoPro Hero 6.

Written by Jax Lynch and Anna Bell
Made by 11-London and StoryPartners.film for UK Sepsis Trust.

The UK Sepsis Trust is on a mission to mend sepsis.

11-London is an advertising and communications agency working in the areas of health and humanity

ClientUK Sepsis TrustInfoShot on Blackmagic Cinema camera by Brad Bell for StoryPartners.film. Lens: Canon 17-55m f2.8. Shot raw, processed as Kodak 5207 with FilmConvert in DaVinci Resolve. Underwater footage shot with GoPro Hero 6Date11 April 2018Linksepsistrust.org

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