Sebastian Strasser brings forth this epic new film for Vodafone. The project was shot over 6 days in Denmark, Germany, the Czech Republic and Romania. During the shoot the team had to navigating some of Europe's worst flooding in decades, making some of the locations highly treacherous, including the diner, which was left half submerged after a flood had hit the area. The film was shot almost completely using hand held cameras, enabling the team to capture more fluid, natural movements, which were then composited together by Time Based Arts, who did an exceptional job blending the 3D, CGI and live action.
With nearly 1 in 4 car accidents caused by cellphones, world renowned contemporary artist Andres Serrano shot three portraits for Belgian road safety organisation Parents of Road Victims. Serrano depicts three different characters who at first glance look dead but when you look closer, you discover they're actually just looking at their phones.
Don't Text and Die not only aims to address a modern and universal issue, but also to bring attention to the work of Parents of Road Victims. Their main goals are the consolation of the families of road victims, and the prevention of future traffic accidents.