Rough draft of final

This is a compilation of the footage we have captured as a group.  We want to make a video of advocacy.  Our thought is to take this footage to make an average person’s daily routine without any paralysis or spinal cord injury.  It is essentially the little things that we take for granted in life.  We want to make the audience think and relate to the video in some way.  In this portion we want to raise awareness that people with spinal cord injury may have a different daily routine than this.  We will then bring the video to videos we find online of people with paralysis and spinal cord injury.  This part is meant to be more uplifting.  We want to create a positive spin here and show how inspirational these people with the injury can be and how they overcome obstacles.  The last section will move the audience to create some sort of action to help this cause.

Social media is a great way to spread the word in this day in age.  If this was for a personal cause and agenda, I would go through as many social media platforms as possible.  Examples of the platforms would be Facebook, Twitter, WordPress, and even LinkedIn.  These videos will already be embedded in the social media platform, or it will be one click away.  Furthermore, they are also one click away from the Christopher Reeves Foundation website where they can learn more and learn ways to help the cause.  They can also donate directly to he Christopher Reeves Foundation.  I would also email to all my family members and ask them to share with friends, family, and co workers.  This way the video can be shared and reach the optimum amount of people.

 

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2 thoughts on “Rough draft of final

  1. I think our video will be general enough to apply to a number of audiences. How we go about the post-production will really determine the course of how it is perceived. Hopefully we can put enough time and effort into making it really stand out.

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