Frame a Better World: Announcing Dissolve for a Cause
In our social streams of bubbles and bias, where facts are politicized or denied and complex issues unfairly simplified, it can be difficult to separate truth from trash.
Frame a Better World explores how the combination of words and images can cast shadows of fear, doubt, and otherness — or shine beams of hope, opportunity, and empathy. It explores how labels can be used to stereotype, scapegoat, and charge simple gestures, like taking a knee, with political meaning.
The video marks the launch of Dissolve for a Cause, a program that gives agencies and studios up to $2,500 in stock footage for the purpose of creating pro bono (unpaid) videos for charities and good causes. Find out more about the program and apply at Dissolve for a Cause.
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When you’re just starting out as an independent filmmaker or even a video creator, you’ll often find yourself working with a limited budget that never stretches nearly as far as you thought it was going to. This, coupled with limited access to professional video recording equipment can often lead to feeling overwhelmed and frustrated.Believe it […] Read more
Meet John Fedele
Midwest-based in the USA, I’ve been a full-time photographer for about 15 years, specializing in lifestyle advertising content. Before that, I was shooting as a hobbyist when people began to notice my work and I landed some of my first paying jobs. I always had the goal of shooting advertising, so I’ve pretty much worked […] Read more
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