Why I March
On February 21st -- the one month anniversary of the date when millions of Americans took to the streets to voice their concern about policies of discrimination and division -- an inspirational public service announcement marking the Women’s March on Washington went live on the organization’s YouTube channel.
Produced on a pro bono basis by CinemaStreet Pictures, a woman-owned New York City production company, and directed by company owner Dana Offenbach, the video uses a dynamic, split-screen visual style to tell a densely-layered story of commitment, passion and concern for the rights of women and those being marginalized or disenfranchised in American society today. To view it on YouTube Channel, go to: https://youtu.be/0PrLEFqdupo.
Production: CinemaStreet Pictures, LLC
Producer/Director: Dana Offenbach
Director of Photography: Ed Han
Coordinator: Mariah Duff
Sound Recording: Vera Quispe
Editor: Noelle Webb
Assistant Editors: Scott Zeitlen, Elaine White, Chenelle Damas
Managing Director: Melissa Nusbaum
Executive Producer: Sue Fallon
EVP/Managing Director: Wendy Brovetto
Senior Producer: Adam Zeitlen
Assistant Producer: Danielle James
Color Grade: Yohance Brown, BlueRock
Music Composer: Daniel Belardinelli, Ramblin Man
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