A form of outdoor relief intended to mitigate rural poverty in England and Wales at the end of the 18th century and during the early 19th century.
LOBO director Diogo Kalil, illustrator Vini Bustamante, and BBDO Dublin pull together with voice-driven AI on this poignant pro-bono effort for Irish homelessness charity, Dublin Simon Community.
NYC studio Bigstar teams with writer/director Robe Imbriano (ABC’s Soul of a Nation) to address the history of white supremacy and how “passive racism perpetuated via white fatigue is the biggest challenge in the fight against racism today.”
Great bit of motion work with rotoscoped live action and gritty textures. Feels very contemporary. By Roger.tv
interviews from current inmates discussing their frightening real experiences living through the outbreak, recounting the lack of social distancing measures and other necessities like masks, sanitizers and more.
This is the true story of Estelle, a refugee who was reconnected with her sister after 16 years of separation – with the help of Refugees United, a tech non-profit that connects families separated by war, conflict and disaster.
Some really nice work here from Borderlands – using a variety of techniques to create a dynamic video for amnesty international.
The Association for the Prevention of Torture commissioned Nice and Serious to create an animation to explain safeguards in the first hours of police custody can prevent torture and convince States of the need for a universal protocol based on non-coercive interviews.
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