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Experience the Night Trayvon Martin Was Killed

CSGV Uses Actual Emergency Calls in Film Encouraging People to Stand Up to "Stand Your Ground"

Published on Aug 20, 2013

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What happened on the night Trayvon Martin was killed in Sanford, Florida? The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence is encouraging people to take a deeper look by reenacting the night of George Zimmerman and Trayvon's fateful encounter. The PSA uses real audio from emergency calls made that night as the sonic backdrop for the film, which addresses the event from the multiple observers' points of view. Ultimately, it urges viewers to take action to prevent other such tragedies from occurring in the 26 states that have "Stand Your Ground" laws in place. A website provides more information on how they can support the cause.

The film was created by a team of ad industry collaborators, including a group of creatives from Grey and post/editorial talent from Final Cut.

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Credits

Date
Aug 20, 2013
Client:
Coalition to Stop Gun Violence
Director:
Floyd Russ
Writer:
Marques Gartrell
Writer:
Kim Nguyen
Writer:
Floyd Russ
Executive Producer:
Adam Palmer
Associate Producer:
Cassie Novick
Associate Producer:
Mike Lobikis
Associate Producer:
Keely Davenport
Associate Producer:
Emily Darby
Art Director:
Marques Gartrell
Director of Photography:
Josh Fisher
Steadicam Operator:
Billy Green
Assistant Director:
Adam Murphy
Postproduction:
Final Cut
President:
Stephanie Apt
Executive Producer:
Lauren Bleiweiss
Editor:
Sonejuhi Sinha
Assistant Editor:
Dan Berk
Senior Producer:
Viet-An Nguyen
Finishing Producer:
Alek Rost
Online/VFX:
Cecil Hooker
Sound Design/Mix:
T. Teressa Tate
Color:
Color Collective
Colorist:
Alex Bickel

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