This is how cancer has affected my life

We're designing a new online promotional campaign for 'Face the Sun,' and are in need of some short, personal videos discussing how cancer has impacted individuals and families.

Here's what we're looking for; the videos can be done on laptops webcams, would be 1-3 minutes in length, and would roughly follow the pattern, 'Hi I'm... from... and this is how cancer has affected my life.' If the person doing the video is a family member who's lost someone, then it would be awesome if at some point they could show the camera a picture of who it is they have lost. We'll post the videos to a special youtube channel we've created, and then edit them down into a series of online awareness ads.

We don't want to generate work for organizations who are already too often short-handed, but some of your organizations have already compiled similar stories, and perhaps some of those people might be willing to share their stories again, in this way.

If you have any questions about this project, or about 'Face the Sun' generally, please don't hesitate to contact me. Together we're making a difference.

Mike Moroz, writer/producer
mike_moroz@shaw.ca>
Sunflower Pictures
http://www.facethesunmovie.com

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