FEMA: The Day Before

Just another not-so-ordinary day.

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Everyday is ordinary, until it isn't. That's the message of a new PSA from FEMA and the Ad Council, out of Leo Burnett. Based on research that indicated that emergency preparedness often doesn't happen because people don't think an emergency can take place in their communities, the new film focuses on how ordinary and commonplace everything seems right before something terrible happens. Using the splitscreen technique, which seems to be the creative trick du jour, the spots feature a typical day in the 1980s, juxtaposed with a typical day today. The campaign was created pro-bono by Leo Burnett.

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Credits
Date
Sep 19, 2012
Agency:
Leo Burnett
Client:
FEMA
VP/Executive Producer:
Rob Allen
ACD:
Guybrush Taylor
VP/Creative Director:
Ryan Wagman
Production Company:
MTh
Director:
Guillaume De Fontenay
DP:
John Houtman
EP:
Jeff Scruton
Producer:
Rob Newman
Post Production Company:
Mirada
Head of VFX/Animation:
John Fragomeni
Composing Supervisor:
Chris Noellert
EP:
Patrick Nugent
Post Producer:
Leighton Greer
Editor:
Erik Barnes
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