States United to Prevent Gun Violence Premieres "Gun Crazy" PSA
States United to Prevent Gun Violence (SUPGV), a national non-profit organization, has released #GunCrazy, a PSA from Grey New York that reveals the disconnect between society’s glorification of guns and the shocking consequences of real gun violence.
To create the public service spot, SUPGV invited self-professed action movie lovers to a screening of Gun Crazy, billed as the latest big budget high-octane blockbuster. When the film rolled, the audience was shocked to see real footage of gun violence, including unintentional shootings, suicides, incidents of domestic violence and homicides. Hidden cameras filmed the stunned reactions which are captured in the powerful #GunCrazy PSA, available to view at GunCrazyPSA.com.
“In 2015 alone, there were almost as many mass shootings as there were calendar days,” said Julia Wyman, SUPGV executive director. “Our goal with #GunCrazy is to showcase the need for society as a whole to re-sensitize themselves to the gruesome consequences of gun violence. We encourage people to watch and share this educational PSA featuring first-hand reactions to real footage. Help us continue to bring widespread awareness to this issue and reignite the dialogue about our national crisis.”
Client States United to Prevent Gun Violence Agency Grey New York