Film series for the second Hava-Listen event

Havas has reinforced its commitment to supporting the creative passions of its people with the second installment of the Hava-Listen initiative to feature the film work of Orla Doyle, account manager at Organic Pacific.

Hava-Listen was launched this year to support team morale and well-being by nurturing creative passions and helping staff take it to the next level.

Doyle’s Sirens series of shorts will be shown at a special screening supported by Val Morgan, at Event Cinemas George St, Sydney on Thursday 20 October.

Hava-Listen is the latest offering introduced by the Havas Group to champion the well-being and holistic development of the skills and passions of staff and the industry at large. Other programs include Be Together, allowing staff to work flexibly from anywhere in the world for one month in 2022.

Francis Coady, Marketing Director of Havas Media Group, said: “We are delighted to launch the second Hava-Listen session. Hava-listen is about embracing, profiling and supporting the incredibly diverse passions and creative talents of our Havas team members. Orla Doyle is truly an exceptionally gifted director, and we look forward to sharing her series with the entire company, customers and partners.

Guy Burbidge, Managing Director of Val Morgan Cinema said: “We are delighted to support the Havas team in supporting and showcasing the passions of their staff outside of the office. Cinema is the purest form of storytelling, so seeing Orla’s drama series brought to life on the big screen is a real privilege to be a part of.

The second Hava-Listen follows the inaugural event, supported by NOVA Entertainment, which featured a performance by talented singer-songwriter Anna Natlacen and was attended by over 200 guests.

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