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Reel Start: Give New Voices a Voice - Gabriel’s Interview, 60s

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Toronto creative agency FUSE Create partners with non-profit Reel Start to promote its mission of empowering under-represented youth. There’s an incredible group of young, diverse filmmakers waiting for their moment to shine, we just need to give them a shot. That’s the message of “Give New Voices a Voice”, the new campaign developed by Toronto agency FUSE Create for Reel Start, a non-profit organization that empowers kids to change their world through film. Filmmaker Evan Goldberg (The Boys, Superbad, The Disaster Artist) and Educator Adrienne Slover created Reel Start in 2016 to address the lack of diversity in the film industry. The program is run out of select high schools in Toronto, Canada and Los Angeles and provides industry mentorship and a [10-week] course in which they develop and produce short films alongside A-list volunteers.
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Account Director: Emily Merrigan

Account Supervisor: Giselle Basso

Strategy: Anastasia Tubanos, Lanny Geffen

Line Producer: Matt Wiele

Post Production Offline: Rooster Post Production

Producer: Alanna Humphreys

Editor: Paul Proulx

Assistant: Shane Preston

Transfer: Alter Ego

Producer: Spencer Butt

Colourist: Wade Odlum

Post Production Online: Fort York

Executive Producers: Erica Bourgault-Assaf, Sam McLaren

Flame Artist: Luke White

Audio House: Pirate

Producer: Lauren Davies

Director: Tom Eymundson

Engineer: Keith Ohman

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