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WW100 Censorship Campaign

Published on 21 Aug 2020 / In Non-profits & Activism

100 years ago, censorship restrictions during the First World War saw newspaper headlines portray disastrous battles as decisive victories. At home and abroad, everything from mail and telegrams, to plays and photographs, were subject to inspection and censorship.<br />
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Though censorship may seem like an archaic subject, fake news is nothing new. With this in mind, New Zealand's First World War Centenary (WW100) programme came to us to put wartime censorship under the spotlight. With censorship as the theme, we created an entire campaign comprised of an animated explainer video, teaser animations, social media content and digital posters. We crafted everything from script to screen and gave the audience the tools they needed to analyse a range of perspectives on censorship – both 100 years ago and what it means today.<br />
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Credits<br />
Producer: Melissa Buisán<br />
Script: Ella Fischer, Melissa Buisán, Mark Easterbrook, Hamish Palmer<br />
Creative Direction: Phyo Thu<br />
Art Direction: Nico Speziali, Hamish Palmer<br />
Illustration: Hamish Palmer<br />
Photography: Carlie Viemann<br />
Graphic Design: Nico Speziali<br />
2D Animation: Hamish Palmer, Adam Glucksman, Niklas Augener<br />
3D Animation: Nicolas Martin, Callum Mudgway, Peter Hillier<br />
Compositing: Hamish Palmer<br />
Music: Magnus Ringblom<br />
Voice: Tina Cleary<br />
Sound FX: Adam Glucksman

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