Directed by Liz Garbus, a two-time Oscar nominee, two-time Emmy winner, Peabody winner, Grammy nominee, and DGA-nominated director.
Amy Hobby is an Academy Award nominated producer.
Eric Rockey is an award-winning documentary film director and editor whose work has been featured on PBS and Vanity Fair.
Tangerine Entertainment is a production company and community builder for women directors. www.tang-ent.com
Music by Natalie Weiss, Kai Engel, and Mac McCaughan.
Starring: Gabourey Sidibe
Director: Lisa Corté
Producer: Lisa Corté, Tanya Selvaratnam
Script: Tiara Francis, based on an idea by Lisa Corté
DP: Brianna Geoghegan
Production Assistant: Thomas Bloun
Editor: Eric Rockey
Music/Sound Mix: Daron Murphy
GIFs: Billy Concha, Brianna Geoghegan
Color: Josh Kanuck
Hair/Makeup: Naomi Raddatz
Special thanks to Amy Emmerich, Shannon Gibson, Kate Bolger, Audrey Onyeike, Stephen Winter, Refinery2
Created by Max Joseph
Directed and produced by Diana Whitten and Tyler Measom for Local Voices.
Diana Whitten and Tyler Measom are award-winning documentary filmmakers based in Utah.
Starring Erika Alexander, Kate Greer, Diane Guerrero, Zoe Kravitz, Amber Tamblyn, and Maura Tierney
Our “Why I Vote” campaign gives artists a chance to share personal opinions on the key issues shaping the 2016 Presidential Election. Along the way, they encourage young people, a traditionally under-represented demographic at the polls, to participate in the political process that impacts us all. From Kesha to T.I. to American Authors, each episode focuses on a particular subject, including immigration, LGBTQ rights, mass incarceration, and education opportunities. We’re hoping to galvanize first-time voters interested in shaping their own future.
Created by: Sara and Zoë Worth, James Gallagher, Isaac Schneider, Edgar Momplaisir, Jun Shimizu, Charles Van Der Poel, and Brian Jones.
Starring: Edgar Momplaisir
Special thanks to: Wondros, J. Blue Swan, Siyou Tan, Paul Perez, Ellpetha Tsivicos, Thurston Cherry, Tommy Rudd Fleming, and Aunti.
This video is for a generation that knows too much, but sees too little change: Millennials. The project sprang in part from a voter registration trip to Las Vegas where our team spoke at length with many young people who feel simply dejected and depressed--they just can't see how voting will make any difference when things are so bad and they feel so unseen and unheard. We decided to attempt a frank project that spoke to young people, not at them, about the importance of voting in a wider context of activism and engagement. Aside from helping increase voter turnout, we want to spark real discussions about voting--both its power and its limits.
Days before the election, a team of professional speechwriters asked everyday Americans what they wanted to speak about.
In 10 minutes or less, they crafted original speeches which were delivered on a soapbox in Union Square, New York City.
We were inspired by their voices and hope they will inspire you to be heard on Election Day.
To get your own #FreeSpeech written by The Oratory Laboratory before November 8th go to www.theoratorylaboratory.com
Concept by Victoria Wellman, professional speechwriter and co-founder of The Oratory Laboratory; Nathan Phillips, Emmy Award-winning Creative Director and founder of THAT.
Directed by Mark Mann, a Communication Arts award-winning photographer.