Our newest initiative, Filming for Charities, was inspired by the power of art to motivate, spark compassion, and reach out to connect people. A venture which pairs our natural artistic passion and talents with our drive for generosity, the initiative endeavours to transform and improve the lives of others and to make the world a better place. Each video is a unique creative project inspired by a specific chosen charity, and it is that charity to whom we will donate all the proceeds from the video, as well as providing advertisement for the wonderful work that they do. This is a service we provide entirely for free: we do not charge for our videos, and we encourage charities to reach out to us if they require help or promotion of any kind, as we would be more than happy to oblige!

We all bring a unique yet real, perspective and sometimes twists to these projects, working as directors, screenwriters, cinematographers, cameramen and editors, in order to ensure that our videos are the best they can be and to bring the most attention to your charity. These charities may be local non-profits or nationally famous top charities; they may be chosen in accordance with current events and awareness projects, or they may hold personal significance for friends, family or loved ones. Whatever the cause, we recognise the incredible importance of fundraising and of any charitable contributions, and we pour all our passion and hard work into creating videos which are not only individually beautiful works of art, but which create real, tangible change in this world by drawing attention to some of the most pressing issues of modern life, from racism, domestic violence, to world hunger.

If you are involved with a charity in any capacity, please do contact us at info@filmingforcharities.org

If you would be interested in creative collaboration or hiring our services, please do get in touch, as we are always interested in expanding our artistic horizons and reaching new people. And finally, if you are simply an individual who wants to help, then we want to thank you so much for choosing to make a difference to touch the lives of others. You can contribute by watching our videos all the way through, including any advertisements, following us on Instagram @filmingforcharities, subscribing and sharing our videos on YouTube, and of course, donating to the chosen charity. We are also always looking for volunteers, so please do reach out to us with any queries regarding that! We are, and remain, so grateful for all your help.

Thank for making the world a better place! 🤗 Filming For Charities❤️ 

In support to the Mental Health Awareness Week 2021, Heidi & Aida wants to present a video showing how mental health issues can affect every one of us.  

It affect your mood, thinking and behaviour. Examples of mental illness include depression, anxiety disorders, bullying, schizophrenia, eating disorders and addictive behaviours and the list goes on…

Jane (main character in the video) suffers from low self esteem often feeling shame and self-doubt. She spends lots of time criticising herself and others. Low selfesteem is a symptom of several mental health conditions, such as anxiety and depression.

We know that mental health problems affect millions of us, in our families, communities and workplaces. Building a society where mental health is everyone’s business should be a no-brainer as prevention is possible. 

This year, the Mental Health Foundation is encouraging people to #ConnectWithNature to improve their mental health’.

Did you know that bringing nature into your daily life can really make a difference to your mental health? Spending quality time in and around nature can reduce stress, and help increase feelings of positivity. For many of us nature can fill out of reach, but you don’t have to be surrounded by cliff sides or take a walk in wildness to feel the benefits. Just by looking out of the window and feeling the Sun on your skin, or noticing flowers in your neighbour’s window, can improve your mental well-being.

Try to stop and appreciate a little bit of nature around you and do not forget to call a friend you have not heard of for a long time… we never know what is happening in their lives.

Find more material and learn more about mental health issue visiting the Mental Health Foundation by visiting their website at https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/our-work

#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek #ConnectWithNature #kindnessmatters #SMHAF21 #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek #MentalHealthAndTheArts #CreativityAndMentalHealth #FilmAndMentalHealth #ArtAndMentalHealth

Song by Goodie Grace – If I want to Goody Grace

Written by Jacob Torrey, Stephen Puth, Nevin Sastry, Goody Grace, John Glub, Seymore Gottlieb, Herbert Weiner, Gold Wally, Ian Franzino and Andrew Haas.


Directed by S. Tumba

Writing Credits: S. Tumba

Camera, Electrical, and Lights Department: Raki Ralko


Jane – Amy Mathews

John – Luke Hunter


Fashion Jack –  Pino D’amore (owner of cafĂ© society Riverwalk)

Glam Joanna (x dress) Laura Bianca Hoffmann

Corporate Man – Sharif Islam

Glam Jessica (x dress) Sitora Rasulova

Produced by Ste Tumba Capital for Heidi & Aida + Mental Health Awareness Week

Film Editing by S. Tumba & Chris Rainbird

Special Thanks to Café Society Riverwalk @ 161Millbank for their warm welcome !!!