A powerful, new music video, produced by Derby and directed by Ezra Hurwitz on behalf of Everytown for Gun Safety, reduces the contentious issue of gun violence in schools to a single word: Enough!
Set to the inspiring, newly-anthem I’m Still Here from Australian singer/songwriter Sia, the video features some 130 young dancers from New York’s National Dance Institute in an emotionally-charged and inspiring call to action. The dancers take on the roles of students in a stylized representation of the effects of gun violence in the classroom. Ultimately, the kids come together on a football field where they hoist orange balloons over their heads and form the word “Enough!” Accompanying titles provide the tragic statistics of gun violence and children, and direct viewers to the Everytown website.
Director Ezra Hurwitz
Executive Producer Mary Crosse
Executive Producer Marissa Kraxberger
Head Of Producton Eli Ash
Line Producer Olivia Johansson
Producer Niel Marshall
Director of Photography Carlos Reyes
Choreoagrapher James Alsop
Art Director Diego Marini
Stylist Rebecca Dennet
Editor Ezra Hurwitz
Coloring Company 3
Colorist Jaime O’Bradovich
Audio Sound Lounge
Sound Designer Marshall Grupp
Mixer Pete Crimi
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