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At Wavecrest Films, we have one mission: to create content that makes a positive social impact. It’s that simple. We consciously seek out brands, organizations and individuals who share our passion for spreading goodness around the globe.

Our speciality is creative, soulful storytelling – great nuggets of content that inspire audiences, move ideas forward and make a positive contribution to the media landscape. There’s enough noise already; we don’t care to add to it. We do, however, care about the messages we’re putting out there, and so we choose our projects carefully.

Whether we’re making films for clients directly, offering production services for foreign clients, or creating original content of our own, we put our heart and soul into the work we do, and we love doing it!

LATEST NEWS

Hi, Friends –

We hope everyone is staying strong and doing their best to maintain good health – physical and mental. COVID-19 is redefining how we live, and challenging us to rethink what we thought we knew, and with this experience comes a range of emotions that are boiling up to the surface…it can be exhausting at times! As one of our favorite mindfulness teachers, Jon Kabat-Zinn, says: “You cannot fight the waves, but you can learn to surf” – a quote that inspired us to create the new short film project SURFING CORONA.

For this 10 minute short, we talked to psychologists, neuroscientists, trauma-informed yogis, educators, artists, and every day people who have tools they wish to share with us all – tools on how to stay grounded and present in these turbulent times. Follow #surfingcorona on Instagram for extended interviews and to share stories of your own.

In other news: Our N is for Nature short film produced for Sesame Street recently aired on HBO, and we couldn’t be happier, or more proud, to have had the opportunity to meet and work with the remarkable Shelby O’Neil. Shelby has spent the bulk of her teenage years championing ocean conservation. She founded Jr. Ocean Guardians, started the No Straw November movement, and educates children on the importance of keeping our oceans clean. She is a real hero!

Let’s use this time wisely to remember our interconnectedness and shared humanity. Be well, everyone. And be kind. Let’s all work on being better humans. The Earth is demanding it of us.

Warm wishes,

Julie & Josh




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