Our stories focus on interesting people doing interesting things, in multiple video formats.
Creating and delivering character-driven, or motion graphic style 2D, 3D, or hybrid film.
Highly qualified filmmakers handling sensitive subjects in tough environments.
Supporting diverse storytellers with bold ideas and fresh perspectives.
Bringing a positive impact to branded or corporate content.
Our organisation is unusual in that it brings together two different worlds – evidence-based science and creative storytelling – to create national and multi country behaviour change campaigns that improve and save lives in sub–Saharan Africa. "From our first meeting with Just Films and Mosaic Films in 2019, it was clear that they got it. Since then we have been lucky enough to work with them on some of our largest projects, reaching over a 100 million people in the past year alone. Every time, Just Films and Mosaic understand our vision and create films that exceed our expectations. We give them crazy deadlines and complex requirements and they always deliver. To top it off they are an absolute joy to work with, both as people and as professionals. A huge thank you from the DMI team."
"Kerrin and Pascale are utterly professional and above all a joy to work with. I would recommend them to anyone wanting to work with committed intelligent and insightful people who don’t require to be asked to take the initiative, and deliver high quality results."
“Being a first for me, working in front of a camera was a scary thought. All until I came across a calm, professional set with Kerrin and Pascale managing each moment as it unfolded. I’m thrilled at the outcome of this film! It’s a powerful tool in our hands!”
“I was fortunate enough to work quite intensively with Pascale in 2014 on a multimedia project called 'Coughing Up For Gold', which investigated the problem of silicosis and TB in former gold miners. She produced outstanding work – sensitively, beautifully shot, and richly conveying the poignancy and hardship of these miners’ situations. At all times she treated her interview subjects with respect and sensitivity, and beyond this brought a refreshingly can-do attitude to our practical challenges.”