US Census - Silent Chant
Summary: People line the streets and chant, but their voices aren't heard.
A woman stands in a city. She speaks but no sound comes out. Other people join in the chant, but they are also silent. The symbolism is that if people don't fill out the US Census, then their voice isn't heard, because the government can't determine which communities are in need of what services.
Their chant is "Schools, community centers, best protection [or alternately 'transportation'], hospitals!"
Shoot Location: NYC
- SVP, Executive CD: Desmond Hall
- Senior Art Director: Joanna Jenkins
- Art Director: Vince Smith
- Account Director: Willie Tellis
- Account Supervisor: Richelle Johnson
- Senior Broadcast Producer: Dale Bramwell
- Prod Company: Rabbit
- Director: TWiN
- EP: Douglas Howell
- EP: Anura Idupuganti
- Producer: Shelby Ross
- Production Supervisor: Tracy Zukowski
- Editorial: Chinagraph
- Sound Mixer: Tony Starbuck
- Post Production/VFX: Click3x