The 12 Questions of Christmas

Geoff: I’m going to say: A Christmas midnight feast making turkey sandwiches using the left over meat with lots of butter and thick white bread. With a bit of stuffing and cranberry sauce to perfect it. Obviously slightly drunk which makes them taste even better… and the smell of Christmas trees. Oh, and watching the original […]

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What it Takes to Make a Successful Crowdfunding Campaign

“Crowdfunding is not a walk in the park. Unless that park is covered with broken glass. And a lion ate your shoes at the entrance gate. And he is now chasing you.” – Julie Keck, Media Shift The definition of crowd funding doesn’t stray far from what it says on the tin. You put out […]

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Research is Like a Giant Puzzle

“Good research is really like a giant puzzle… and is just the case of fitting all the pieces together.” Not too long after I started my time working at Groundbreak, plans for a WW2 Holocaust documentary were steadily floating around the grapevine. Having always been a huge history lover as well as a documentary enthusiast, […]

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Documentary Heaven

Documentaries are great for so many reasons. Not only are they often interesting and thought provoking, they can also provide a candid insight into areas usually undisclosed to regular eyes. What makes a good documentary largely boils down to three main factors: Does it open a door to a topic that has previously only been […]

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