When ONEIGHTY Productions were commissioned to produce a film that demonstrate England’s support for the Heads Up campaign, two of their founders would be walking a very familiar path.
The video, which has been released to mark World Mental Health Day, features cameos from a number of Three Lions internationals including Mason Mount, Harry Winks, Tyrone Mings and Declan Rice.
But it was a couple of the faces behind the camera that have played the key roles. ONEIGHTY is the brainchild of former England youth internationals Marvin Sordell and Will Miller who, along with Maxwell Harris-Tharp, launched the company after meeting while playing together at Burton Albion. Another former Brewers teammate, Harry Campbell, also makes up part of their team.
Sordell represented England at under-21 and under-20 levels as well as being part of the Great Britain squad at the 2012 Olympic Games while Miller, who came through Tottenham Hotspur’s youth set-up, played for the under-18s.
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