Nanette Burstein Directs Gathering For Justice's "Why I March" for Intel, mcgarrybowen SF
The Women’s March on Saturday, January 21, is getting a public service campaign push which includes PSAs directed by Nanette Burstein of Hungry Man for agencies Intel and mcgarrybowen, San Francisco.
This centerpiece PSA is part of a campaign to get more participants to turn out for the Women’s March movement, showing a concern over such issues as women’s rights, human and civil rights, sending a message to the new administration in Washington, D.C. Marches are happening in more than 370 locations worldwide. In this PSA, celebs and others explain “Why I March.” Viewers are urged to log onto www.gatheringforjustice.org and www.womensmarch.com for more info.
Teresa Herd, VP/global creative director for Intel, and Marianne Besch, manging director/executive creative director of mcgarrybowen, San Francisco, assembled a team of production, post and other industry artisans to bring the public service campaign to fruition.
Client Gathering For Justice Inc. Agency Intel and mcgarrybowen, San Francisco Teresa Herd, VP/global creative director, Intel; Marianne Besch, managing director, executive creative director, mcgarrybowen; Katelyn Andree, MacKenzie Dunsmoor, Amber Justic, Laura Lapham, creatives; Stacy Kay, executive producer; Jerry Krenach, managing director, global music. Production Hungry Man Nanette Burstein, director; Kevin Byrne, managing partner/exec producer; Julie Kopitsky, head of production, NY/producer; Amy Vincent, DP. Editorial Union Editorial Sloane Klevin, editor; Caryn Maclean, exec producer; Lauren Hafner Addison, producer. Audio Sonic Union Brian Goodheart, mixer; Justine Cortale, studio director. Color The Mill LA Thatcher Peterson, exec producer, color; Diane Valera, producer. Music Track “Don’t Forget To Breathe” Daniel Nigro, composer; Heavy Duty Projects, artist/produced by. Performers/Celebrity Talent Garcelle Beauvais, Jennifer Esposito, Zoey Deutch, Chelsea Handler, Gugu Mbathu-Raw, Frida Pinto, Melissa Rauch, Sarah Rue, Jean Smart, Milana Vayntrub.