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Hacking Autism: I Want to Say

Technology for good.

Published on Mar 30, 2012

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Three years ago, a team made up of Goodby and other creatives led by Rich Silverstein began 'Hacking Autism,' a project to use touch-enabled computing and technology to change the way those with autism communicate, learn and socialize.

The campaign and mission is captured in 'I Want to Say,' a short film (trailer can be seen here) that will premiere in San Francisco on May 1.

Partners include HP, BODEGA, Intel, Disney, Autism Speaks and The Doug Fluttie Jr. Foundation for Autism.

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Credits

Date
Mar 30, 2012
Agency:
Goodby Silverstein & Partners
Client:
Hacking Autism
Production:
Bodega
Director:
Peter Sorcher
Producer:
Clint Goldman
DP:
Steve Condiotti
DP:
Peter Sorcher
Associate Producer:
Emily Petit
Co-Producer:
Whitney Ferris
Exec. Producer:
Todd Porter
Writer:
Jody Horn
Writer:
Tim Semple
TItle Design:
Picture Mill
Post Prod:
Northern Lights Post
Editor:
Ian Montgomery
Audio:
SuperExploder

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