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Nanhi Kali: The Girl Epidemic

Stop the epidemic.

Published on May 07, 2012

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Project Nanhi Kali, the Indian NGO that supports education for underprivileged girls, has once again teamed up with agency Strawberry Frog to highlight the plight of girls in India. Last year, it launched The Girl Store, a concept whereby people could 'buy' a girl in order to stop her being literally sold into marriage or sex slavery. Its latest website, TheGirlEpidemic.com, features a hard-hitting trailer-style film, shot by director and photographer Indrani, depicting girls as an infectious disease being violently removed from society. After watching the film, viewers can click a button to donate to stop the 'epidemic'.

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Credits

Date
May 07, 2012
Agency:
StrawberryFrog New York
Client:
Nanhi Kali
Production:
Aero Film
Director/Cinematographer:
Indrani
Production Designer/Costumes/Sets:
GK Reid
Executive Producer:
Sara Eolin
Lead Visual Effects Artist:
Sam O'Hare
Visual Effects Artist:
Jesse Holmes
Assistant Director:
Yash Verma
2nd Camera:
Ashish Virola
Casting:
Yoshika Verma
Logistics:
Adil Billimoria
Location:
Anil Parmer
Production Assistant:
Ashok Babaria
Production Assistant:
Stacey Thiel
Production Assistant:
Youngkyu Park
Special Thanks:
Scheimpflug
Music and Sound Design:
Human
Executive Producer:
Kit Winter
Edit & Mix:
Final Cut
Editor:
Sonejuhi Sinha
Mix:
T. Teressa Tate
Producer:
Lauren Cancelosi
Executive Producer:
Lauren Bleiweiss
President:
Stephanie Apt
Chief Creative Officer:
Kevin McKeon
ECD/Production:
Corinna Falusi
Associate Creative Director:
Justin Via
Interactive Producer:
Wilder Wells
Design Director:
David Orton
ACD/Designer:
Mari Keeler
Developer:
Mat Kur
Logo Design:
Stephanie Krivitzky
Independent Agency Production Department:
Driver Media
Executive Producer:
Becky Razzall
Managing Director:
Linda Rafoss

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