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Dec 17, 2015

Split-screen video emphasises plight of people in Syria

From Australia: 'Demand a safe home for people in Syria', for Amnesty International Australia by Longtail

Split-screen video emphasises plight of people in Syria

Reminiscent of this powerful and award-winning video for Save the Children, this short but effective film for Amnesty Australia contrasts life in a war zone versus comfortable existence in a prosperous, peaceful place.

Demand a safe home for people in Syria

There's no such thing as a simple task for those struggling to survive in Syria. Please, donate today to help end the suffering> http://bit.ly/1NOGznzVideo Credits:Kevin Lim - DirectorTracey-Lee Permall - Producer Dan Freene - DOPEditor & Post Production - Film Graphics , Max Seager Concept - LongtailSound Design - Noise International Music - Eardrum

Posted by Amnesty International Australia on Sunday, December 13, 2015

CREDITS

Creatives: Shaun Thomson, Tom Bradbeer, Josh Edge, Rikki Burns
Account Service: Tyson Knowles, Lisa Moroney
Director: Kevin Lim (Filmgraphics)
Producer: Tracey-Lee Permall (Filmgraphics)
DOP: Dan Freene (Filmgraphics)
Editor & Post Production: Max Seager (Filmgraphics)
Sound Design: Kathleen Burrows (Noise International)
Music: Andrew Wright (Forest Studio), Ralph van Dijk (Eardrum)
Amnesty International: Jeremy Bennet, Eddie O'Loughlin

 

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