This film by Vinil Mathew starring Madhuri Dixit for VogueEmpower #StartWithTheBoys tackles the issue of domestic violence from a different perspective. We watch baby boys, raised all their lives to not cry with the phrase "boys don't cry".
David Johnston and Justin Tolley team up to co-direct a PSA for Breast Cancer Awareness in an effort to motivate women and men to examine themselves. “Stare” asks us to reflect upon our bodies, by presenting a ghostly vision of a woman uncovered.
Created by Lowe Campbell Ewald this out of home campaign wants to show that domestic abuse is insidious, focusing on the universal truth that victims simply don’t see it coming. The abuser is often charming, loving, abuse is gradual, and like the proverbial frog the abused will stay while the water begins to boil around them.
This choddy produced by GLAAD and The Sylvia Law Project is your usual talking heads edit, except with poor sound, terrible reading off cue cards and no color correction at all. Oh, and it stars a celebrity... Sort of.
Your first love wants you back. This PSA is a love letter to nature, our first love. Academy Award nominee Jessica Chastain narrates the poem "Our Nature," by Matthew Dickman. It was also directed by Peyton Wilson.
I don't want to ruin the story of Utari and her strange affection for a tree. It's worth watching the three minutes. It's a story of love, longing and loss. You might, as I did, see what the tree symbolises early on, but it's still a beautifully told story.