CLIENT: TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL
AGENCY: DDB NY
ROLE: (ACD) ART DIRECTION & DESIGN DIRECTION

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See yourself in others

2017 has been a very divisive year all around the globe and the only way to change it is through empathy. To spark a conversation about it, and inspire people for reflection, Tribeca Film Festival wants to invite us to see ourselves in others - reminding us the importance of sharing the feelings of other people and reinforcing the fact that great stories allow us to do that.

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The film 'See Yourself in Others', directed by Jared Knecht, features people from different religious, cultural, and class backgrounds, wearing a five-sided mirrored cube on their head, venturing into places where they’re typically viewed as “the other.” Onlookers who encounter them are confronted with their own reflection on the body of the other — forcing them to literally see themselves in others.

The prints, shot by Toby Coulson, are meant to represent the same experiment, but in a more graphic way. Each different execution illustrates some of the most controversial discussions nowadays, such as the refugee crisis, racism, homophobia and religious intolerance.

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The film 'See Yourself in Others', directed by Jared Knecht, features people from different religious, cultural, and class backgrounds, wearing a five-sided mirrored cube on their head, venturing into places where they’re typically viewed as “the other.” Onlookers who encounter them are confronted with their own reflection on the body of the other — forcing them to literally see themselves in others.

The prints, shot by Toby Coulson, are meant to represent the same experiment, but in a more graphic way. Each different execution illustrates some of the most controversial discussions nowadays, such as the refugee crisis, racism, homophobia and religious intolerance.

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The film 'See Yourself in Others', directed by Jared Knecht, features people from different religious, cultural, and class backgrounds, wearing a five-sided mirrored cube on their head, venturing into places where they’re typically viewed as “the other.” Onlookers who encounter them are confronted with their own reflection on the body of the other — forcing them to literally see themselves in others.

The prints, shot by Toby Coulson, are meant to represent the same experiment, but in a more graphic way. Each different execution illustrates some of the most controversial discussions nowadays, such as the refugee crisis, racism, homophobia and religious intolerance.

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