Save Seven Women
NZ Breast Cancer Foundation is running the “Save Seven Project”, a campaign featuring seven inspirational Kiwi women sharing their experience with the disease. Every day in New Zealand, seven women are diagnosed with Breast Cancer. The campaign encourages New Zealanders to share, using email or Facebook, these women’s stories with seven women they couldn’t live without, as a way to remind them to be breast aware. Those who connect via Facebook are provided with a list of their female Facebook friends. “If you could only choose seven women to save, who would they be?”
Click on the image below to play the Seven Women trailer in YouTube
Kat Wong was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 28. Click on the image below to play Kat’s Story.
Niki Hastings-McFall is an artist in West Auckland. Click on the image below to play Niki’s Story.
Lea Deveareux was diagnosed with breast cancer twice. Click on the image below to play Lea’s Story.
Fiona Boyd used her diagnosis and treatment to find who she was. Click on the image below to play Fiona’s Story.
Helena McAlpine, 32, talks about the impact of her treatment. Click on the image below to play Helena’s Story.
Marilyn Whelan runs a hairdressing business in Remuera. Click on the image below to play Marilyn’s Story.
Jane Sweeney runs a PR relations firm in Auckland. Click on the image below to play Jane’s Story.
Save Seven Credits
The Save Seven campaign was developed at Colenso BBDO, Auckland, by executive creative director Nick Worthington, creative director Levi Slavin, copywriters/art directors Kia Heinnen and Zoë Hawkins, digital creative director Aaron Turk, planner James Hurman, agency producer Jen Storey, designer Kate Slavin, senior account director Tim Ellis, digital developers Craig MacGregor and Matt Visser, agency digital producer Amanda Theobold, account executive Eileen Cosgrove-Moloney, working with NZ Breast Cancer Foundation CEO Evangelia Henderson and communications and media relations manager Jo Lawrence-King.
Helena’s Story was shot by director Zia Mandviwalla via Curious Film with producer Chelsea Winstanley, executive producer Matt Noonan, animator Suneil Narsai, director of photography Grant McKinnon, sound designer Gabriel Muller, music designer Mahuia Bridgman-Cooper, Flame artist Ken Stewart.
Kat’s Story was shot by director James Solomon via Flying Fish with executive producer James Moore, producer Leela Menon, director of photography Duncan Cole, director of photography (pick up shoot) Marty Williams, sound recordists Mike Westgate and Gabriel Muller, gaffer/grip Fraser McKay, best boy Alex Jenkins, art director Hayley Williams, make up artist/SFX make up artist Emma Peters, production assistant Richard Simkins, camera assistant (interview) Manuel Castelltort, offline editor Nathan Pickles. Online editing was done at Fish Digital by editors Andrew Timms and Mat Ellin. Sound was designed and mixed at Envy Studios by Vedat Kiyici and foley artist Samantha Jukes. Music is Yulia, Ice Reign, Goodnight Little Robot Child & Frack (C Nikkel) Copyright Control, Performed by Princess Chelsea, Courtesy of Lil’ Chief Records. Additional compositions by Princess Chelsea, courtesy of Princess Chelsea and Franklin Rd.
Jane’s Story was shot by director/editor Jae Morrison with producer Katie Knight. Music, by Jonathan Besser, was licensed by Franklin Rd. Sound was recorded and mixed at Images & Sound by audio engineer James Hayday, head of sound/managing partner Steve Finnigan, and managing director Melanie Langoltz. Special effects were produced at Blockhead by Flame artist Mike Robinson with producer Angela Jackson Betts.
Fiona’s Story was shot by director Felicity Morgan-Rhind with director of photography David Boni, producer (Scotland) Vivienne Jaspers, producer (NZ) Carne Bidwell, stills photographer Amelia Jacobsen, editor Richard Shaw. Music is by Dean Roberts. Sound was recorded by Graeme Deacon. Post production was done at Blockhead by Michael Robinson. Audio post production was done at Liquid Studios by Dan Nathan.
Marilyn’s Story was shot by director Luke Savage via Flying Fish with executive producer James Moore, producer Leela Menon, director of photography Marty Williams, sound recordist Gabriel Muller, offline editor Nathan Pickles. Online editing was done at Fish Digital by editors Andrew Timms and Mat Ellin. Sound was designed and mixed at Liquid Studios. Music was composed by Peter Van Der Fluit.
Lea’s Story was shot by director Damien Shatford via The Sweet Shop with producer Ben Dailey, managing director George Mackenzie, director of photography Shaun Pettigrew, editor Damien Shatford. Sound was designed and mixed by Claire Cowan.
Niki’s Story was shot by director Zoe McIntosh via Thick As Thieves with executive producer Nik Beachman, producer Rebekah Kelly, director of photography Marty WIlliams, gaffer/grip Fraser McKay, sound recordist Mike Westgate, editor Cushla Dillon. Online editing was done at Blockhead by Flame artist Leon Woods. Audio post production was done at Franklin Rd by Jonathan Hughes and Stacey Wah, sound engineer Nich Cunningham. Music was “Standing In Silence Parts 3 and 9 (R Sheehan)” performed by Rhian Sheehan, courtesy Mushroom Music Publishing (Paul McLaney) and Loop Recordings (Mikee Tucker).
Tagged: Aaron Turk, Andy Williams, Blockhead, Colenso BBDO, Curious Film, Damien Shatford, David Boni, Duncan Cole, Envy, Felicity Morgan-Rhind, Flying Fish, Franklin Rd, Grant McKinnon, Images & Sound, Jae Morrison, James Solomon, Kia Heinman, Levi Slavin, Liquid Studios, Marty Williams, Nathan Pickles, Nick Worthington, Shaun Pettigrew, The Sweet Shop, Thick as Thieves, Zia Mandviwalla, Zoe Hawkins, Zoe McIntosh
Location: New Zealand