Here's a collection of work we've created
together with some incredible people.
This video was made for the 25th Annual Race to Erase MS gala. Race to Erase MS provides funding for researchers to study all aspects of Multiple Sclerosis to try and find a cure or treatment. "Really me and my colleagues are here to put ourselves out of business. We want to find a cure for MS." This is part of the message from the dedicated researchers working with Race to Erase MS.
Holton’s Heroes was founded to help pediatric brain injury survivors around the country receive medically necessary therapy equipment required for a chance at recovery. Inspired by Holton Weingrad—who suffered a life-altering traumatic brain injury at only 11 weeks of age—this foundation fills the gap where insurance and government programs often fall short.
To learn more, visit www.HoltonsHeroes.org
PRODUCED BY BECKY BLITZ
EDITED BY SOMMER BASINGER
COLORED BY RONEN PESTES
FILMED BY OLIVER BECKER, MAX ROSENFELD
ASSISTANT EDITING BY ADAM WILCHACKY
MUSIC BY IMMEDIATE MUSIC
Dr. Eve Kelland is one of many who devote their careers to finding a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. This video provides a short look into the Center Without Walls program funded by Race to Erase MS that allows Dr. Kelland and the other researchers to communicate openly with each other and focus their efforts on collectively finding a cure and treatment for MS.
For more information, go to www.RacetoEraseMS.org
PRODUCED BY STEVE KAUFMAN, JENNIFER MCGROGAN
EDITED BY MAX ROSENFELD
COLORED BY JOSH PETOK
FILMED BY MAX ROSENFELD, KYLE STUART, MIKE ANTONIK
MUSIC BY VANACORE MUSIC
On average, twenty two veterans commit suicide every day in this country. The Patriotic Service Dog Foundation was founded by Air Force veteran and long time dog trainer Tom Tackett, along with many devoted volunteers in order to combat this epidemic. Despite a cost of $20,000 per service dog, the PSDF provides these dogs to veterans in need at little to no cost. Aiding veterans with physical and psychological disabilities, the results thus far have been tremendous. We'd like to thank the Patriotic Service Dog Foundation for letting us be a part of their amazing organization.
To learn more, visit www.PatrioticServiceDogFoundation.org
PRODUCED BY STEVE KAUFMAN & OMAR LINARES
EDITED BY DAVE SOUS
FILMED BY OLIVER BECKER, JAY CONKLIN, LEWIS AVRAMOVICH, RALIK AMIR, & CHRISTIAN BRENNEN
ASSISTANT EDITING BY KANAN CAPSHAW
MUSIC BY KAZ BOYLE, ROCKET SCIENCE, & SOULPLUSMIND
MUSIC CLEARANCE BY VINCE VILLANUEVA
We recently made a new friend named Liv, who has a very rare disorder called Nemaline Myopathy. Liv is just four years old and has almost no strength in her skeletal muscles, which makes it very hard for her to walk, talk, eat, and even breathe on her own. Because Nemaline Myopathy is so rare, there is no cure or treatment, and not much money to help find one. We made this short video to help raise awareness for Liv and people who suffer from Nemaline Myopathy.
To learn more, visit www.LoveLiv.org
FILMED & EDITED BY MAX ROSENFELD
MUSIC BY JORDAN LEWIS & MOBY
PROJECTS IN PROGRESS:
PACT is an organization dedicated to training first responders about how to work effectively with people with Autism Spectrum Disorder. They also work within the autism community to ensure our families and individuals are prepared to have a positive interaction in a crisis situation as well. PACT is based out of Lexington, Kentucky and have an educative, proactive approach designed to eliminate negative news!
No Limits for Deaf Children believes in building the self-esteem and communication skills of children who are deaf or hard of hearing by providing the highest quality of services so they can reach their potential regardless of economic status. They also strongly believe that parents must be actively involved and educated in this process, as they are the key factor in the success of their children.
Walk With Sally is a 501c3 nonprofit based in El Segundo, CA and helping kids and families throughout Los Angeles county. We believe no child should walk alone in the face of a loved one’s cancer journey. Because we don’t want cancer to define or limit children for the rest of their lives, we create hope, healing and a supportive community through individualized mentoring, which transforms the lives not only of the children, but also of the families impacted by cancer.
To learn more, visit the Walk With Sally Website. This project is looking for a creative and passionate editor for a short sizzle reel, as well as writers and producers. If you are interested, please let us know!