Still The Most Shocking Second A Day
Save The Children’s sequel to “The Most Shocking Second A Day“, “Still The Most Shocking Second A Day”, has been recognised with Gold Arrows for Editing, Sound Design and Best Actress at the British Arrows Craft awards, along with a Silver Arrow for Directing. The first film, released in March 2014, covered the story of a nine-year old girl living in London, forced to leave with her family when her country was torn apart by war. The sequel shows her being separated from her family, fleeing the country by boat, and turning up as a refugee in France. The Still The Most Shocking Second A Day film, launched in May 2016, was produced to promote Save The Children’s Child Refugee Crisis Appeal.
Still The Most Shocking Second A Day Credits
The Most Shocking Second A Day campaign was developed at Don’t Panic London, creative director Richard Beer, deputy director of creative Jess Crombie, senior creative George McCallum and project lead Sam Adams.
Filming was shot by director Tom Green via Stink with director of photography James Henry, executive producer Jon Chads, producers Andrew Levene and Paz Parasmand, production designer Miles Roberts, casting directors Tom Green, Paz Parasmand and Hammond Cox Casting, lead actress Lily-Rose Aslandogdu, costume wardrobe stylist Jenny Svantesson, hair, makeup and prosthetics stylist Jemma Harewood, and production assistant Georgia Eyres.
Editor was James Forbes-Robertson at Whitehouse Post with assistant editor Iain Whitewright.
Colourist was Oisin O’Driscoll at The Mill with producer George Reid.
VFX and design were produced at Automatik VFX by Head of VFX Sebastian Barker, artists Gustavo Riberio and Vikram Chadha.
Audio post production was done at Factory by sound designer Jon Clarke.