Talk Peach Vox Pop (creative minds wanted)

Talk Peach Vox Pop (creative minds wanted)

Talk Peach Vox Pop (creative minds wanted)
Talk Peach

Estimated Time: 15 - 20 Hours Over 1 - 4 Weeks

We are looking to film and edit some engaging and educational content for gynaecological awareness month. We want to hit the streets and challenge taboos and do away with the ‘private’ in our ‘private parts’, by asking the public questions around the female reproductive anatomy and gynaecological health in general. We think we will get some great content and want to do this in a fun and educational way.

Working location

Planning on filming in Auckland CBD, but can be somewhat flexible with this.

Proposed project steps with time estimates

1. Meet with team to chat about our vision for the project.
2. Decide filming location.
3. Half day filming Vox Pop style (Talk Peach to provide interviewer for the videos).
4. Edit and create a series of 15 second long videos for use over social media, newsletters and Youtube (potentially used over media/ news outlets come gynaecological awareness month). We currently have a highly engaged Instagram following of 16K, the largest across all cancer charities.
5. There is a trending Instagram and TikTok series in the UK we are getting inspiration from that we would be happy to send over to you to look at, it is bold, funny and most of all super educational. Also happy to chat in person or over Zoom/video calling.
6. We are flexible with time and are just aiming to have this ready to go for our awareness month in September, we get a lot of media coverage over this month and we know this idea will get lots of attention. Get in touch with us so we can get creative and chat.

What We Have In Place

* We have the interviewer in place for the shooting days.
* Filmed examples of what we want to achieve.
* A Passionate, proactive team who are ready to work collaboratively on this fun project.
* Check out our website and Instagram @talk_peach

Talk Peach
Disease & Medical Research
Good Cause
Vision: Inform New Zealanders on gynaecological disease and connect and support those who are diagnosed.
What we Do
To provide support and education on gynaecological health To educate the community on the signs and symptoms of the 5 gynaecological cancers in order to reduce late diagnosis To provide information and support to all women diagnosed with gynaecological cancers To support advocacy and research into gynaecological cancer treatment and cures