For over 20 years, documentary maker Anthony Copping has embarked on over 50 expeditions across the South Pacific Islands, to some of the most remote and dangerous places on earth; on a quest to discover hidden music before it was lost to the world forever.
His work became the subject of the National Geographic documentary series ‘Last Voices from Heaven’, which aired in over 100 countries, and the music from which had multiple global releases through Virgin and Sony.
Binumi makes telling video stories easy
Anthony wanted to inspire a new generation of storytellers to make short documentaries of their own, and needed to find a simple way for them to create these both in and out of the classroom.
This led to the early foundations of Binumi; a video platform for educators and students, that made creating and sharing video effortless and exciting.
from education to everyone
Featuring millions of royalty free clips, cloud based editing and secure video hosting and sharing, Binumi has since been adopted by educational facilities, educators and students across 10 different countries.
Today Binumi is also used by businesses and industries (including media communications, tourism bodies, industrial sectors and non-profit organisations) for everything video; from internal communications through to vast marketing campaigns.