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Siemens – Leon’s London

Posted on April 22nd, by mosaicfilms in Our Films, Web. Comments Off on Siemens – Leon’s London

Mosaic Films worked with Siemens to create a short film based on the reflections of the driver of one of London’s hybrid buses.

This film follows driver Leon Warner as we journey with him on a hybrid bus. For Leon, driving a bus through London is more than just carrying passengers from A to B: it’s rediscovering city and people, every day. This short film invites you to see London through the unique perspective of a bus-driver, and see London how he sees it.

To watch the film, visit the Siemens Global Website

Director: Anton Califano



The Strongest Bond

Posted on April 21st, by mosaicfilms in Our Films, Web. Comments Off on The Strongest Bond

This film tells the story of the government’s efforts to improve maternal health in Ethiopia and save lives through a network of community based health workers. The film was launched at the UN General Assembly in 2009.

1 x 4’, M&C Saatchi and DfID 2009

Director: Deborah Kingsland



Little Johnny’s Journey

Posted on April 21st, by mosaicfilms in Animation, Our Films, Web. Comments Off on Little Johnny’s Journey

A short animation following the story of Little Johnny’s first months, as he learns to navigate the world around him and builds a healthy immune system. With Denise Lewis.

This film was produced for the agency Drum, for its client Cow & Gate.

Animator: Jim Field
Director: Andy Glynne





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