Ever since I started driving, I have realized it’s super easy to let go of any logic we may need for ourselves and others around us safe. Through countless advertisements, I see “Reckless Driving” or “Don’t do this because it’s dangerous” all the time. I’ve always thought they feel the same way, and try a similar way of getting their message across. So when I learned of this scholarship, I wanted to do something very different and almost sacrilegious. Of course, in the video, a “Doctor” tells people that they’re “stupid” for Driving Distracted. If that isn’t unorthodox, then I don’t know what is. The whole point is to catch young viewers’ attention and help put into perspective how it’s genuinely “Not Worth It” to do something as irresponsible as driving distracted. Thank you for your time!
Even though we all know about the dangers of distracted driving, sometimes it takes the guiding hand of a big brother to put plans into action.
For my project, I wanted to enlighten teenagers, my age, about the safeties of driving distraction free. While in a car alone, picking up a phone and texting someone does not seem dangerous; however, the outcomes of distracted driving can be fatal. I want to bring awareness to this real world problem in hopes that a teenager will be educated and hopefully heed my advice. I hope you enjoy!!
A child plays with his toy cars when his mom accidentally ruins his playtime. Featuring Catherine and Khai Tang. Narration by Gavin Nguyen. Created by Angela Kim (Director), Mason Li (Cinematographer, Editor), and Gavin Nguyen (Producer).
This shows a kid who is seen in reality until the news reveals a kid was killed in a car wreck due to distracted driving and is then removed from reality.
A successful stockbroker stops rushing because of a vivid image of his new born child. Credits: Music and sound effects done by Monroe Beatz Actor: Brett W. Burch Videographer: David W.
This video was made to bring awareness to distracted and reckless driving and the dangers it causes, especially amongst teenagers. Cast and Crew: Olivia Rodriguez (Pedestrian: Jorge Rodriguez) Back-Story: I wanted to create a video that would catch the attention of other teenagers and be able to keep them intrigued with what is going on in the video, while still being able to relay the important information the video is explaining.
A CG Claymation about how to set up a drive without distractions
Este video habla sobre los peligros en la carretera y la distraccións que distrae los conductores. En los Estados Unidos hay varias colisiones de automóviles que se pueden prevenir si el conductor se vuelve más consciente de las prevenciones. En el video explica las tres principales de distracciones que son comunes para los conductores y revela ejemplos de esos principales, como visual, manual y cognitiva.
Este video demuestra como la vida de una joven le cambio por completo por elegir no prestar atención al manejar. También muestra alternativas para prevenir distracciones.
This bobble head name is John, and his job is to keep you focused on the rode. Every fifteen seconds he will say pay attention to the rode to remind you to focus your attention on the rode. On third cycle John will state a fact on the falsities of distracted drivers in the past years to remind you to pay attention to the rode, then the cycle continues.
“No Tomemos Decisiones Temporales Con Consecuencias Permanentes” is a video that advertises the danger of distracted driving and promotes caution when doing so. The video transmits this message with both a sense of comedy, to grab the young audience attention, and self-analysis to communicate and empathize with the viewers. “No Tomemos Decisiones Temporales Con Consecuencias Permanentes” es un video que demuestra lo peligroso que es manejar distraído y promueve la precaución a la hora de hacerlo. El video transmite este mensaje humoristicamente, para tomar la atención de la audiencia joven, y reflixivo para lograr comunicar el mensaje efectivamente y empatizar con el público.
I did a Dont text and drive video
Don’t text and drive, it can wait
This is a distracted driving video that I filmed with my brother. It’s meant to convey that, in an instant, it all can be gone. Whether it be brothers or friends, it’s important that guys hold each other accountable to stop distracted driving,
Explaining great strategies as to how to prevent reckless and distracted driving.