Census Stories

Services

Creative Direction, Animation, Design, Edit

Sound Design, Music, Direction

Client

NexdayBetter

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Credits

Style Frames 4-6 images

From script to screen, the creation of this project was a highly collaborative process between talented writers, directors and producers from Next Day Better, AARP, and Rezonate. This is to make sure that the film will not only be visually appealing and historically accurate, but to also convey a message of hope, love, and acceptance even in a history mired with hate and intolerance.

 

To pay homage to the trailblazers that fought a system of suppression and intolerance, we created a visual language of revolt. In line with this, many of the design elements are in reference to protest paraphernalia, from the typography to the transitions to the color pallete.

 

The flowing of smoke and water is consistent in each frame to show the concept of “gender fluidity”. The colors shift from Darkness, to Dawn, to Pride, representing the  the community faced at the time. As the film progresses, each chapter adds a new color, until an explosion of the whole spectrum is seen. Representing the warmth and vividness of life desired by many of the members of the community, and is being fought for until now.

Story Boards

From script to screen, the creation of this project was a highly collaborative process between talented writers, directors and producers from Next Day Better, AARP, and Rezonate. This is to make sure that the film will not only be visually appealing and historically accurate, but to also convey a message of hope, love, and acceptance even in a history mired with hate and intolerance.

 

To pay homage to the trailblazers that fought a system of suppression and intolerance, we created a visual language of revolt. In line with this, many of the design elements are in reference to protest paraphernalia, from the typography to the transitions to the color pallete.

 

The flowing of smoke and water is consistent in each frame to show the concept of “gender fluidity”. The colors shift from Darkness, to Dawn, to Pride, representing the  the community faced at the time. As the film progresses, each chapter adds a new color, until an explosion of the whole spectrum is seen. Representing the warmth and vividness of life desired by many of the members of the community, and is being fought for until now.

contributed to changing the course of their lives along with the LGBT community. 

 

  of the new generation to uphold the  A+ community have fought and paid dearly for. AARP remembers and shares the legacy of these heroes to make sure their stories are not forgotten and that the current and future generation can continue to stand for their fellow members today.

 

To know more about AARP’s initiatives in supporting the LGBT community, visit aarp.org/pride

Backgrounds 4-6 images

Character Designs 4-6 images

Prod Design/Assets 4-6 images