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Industry Charities, Foundations, Volunteers
Media Film
Market United States
Agency MSLGroup
Associate Creative Director Kristen Schwanz, Donna Foster
Executive Creative Director Jon Wyville, Dave Loew, Mikal Pittman
Production Rival School Pictures
Director Andrew Lane
Released June 2017

Credits & Description

Client: The Allstate Foundation (Purple Purse)
Agency: MSLGROUP Chicago/Leo Burnett
Campaign: Lost Purse

CCO: Britt Nolan
EVP, Executive Creative Directors: Mikal Pittman, Jon Wyville, Dave Loew
Associate Creative Directors: Donna Foster, Kristen Schwanz
Head of Production: Veronica Puc
Group Executive Producer: Denis Giroux
Senior Producer: Leah Karabenick
Music Producer: Alec Stern
VP, Account Director: Kaitlyn Nolan
VP, Communications Director: Lynsey Elve
Strategy Director: Ariel Tishgart
Account Supervisor: Lily Merritt

Production Company: Rival School Pictures
Executive Producer: James Blom
Director: Andrew Lane
DP: Megan Donnelly
Line Producer: Chris Lettley

Editorial: Whitehouse Post
Editor: Matthew Wood
Assistant Editor: Steve Kroodsma
Post Producer: Lauren Connolly

VFX & Color: Filmworkers
Colorist: Jeff Altman
VFX: Jeff Charatz
Post Producer: Derek Goldsmith
Recording Studio: Another Country
Recording Studio Executive Producer: Tim Konn
Sound Engineer: John Binder
Music: Nylon Studios
Composer: Lydia Davies

Eva Glas: Senior Account Executive
Allstate Foundation Purple Purse, an initiative aimed at ending domestic violence through financial empowerment, just announced its partnership with tennis champion, entrepreneur and philanthropist Serena Williams. As program ambassador, Williams will bring awareness to the invisible yet catastrophic role financial abuse plays in domestic violence, while encouraging the public to help break the cycle of abuse.
The film shows how real people respond when directly confronted with domestic violence and financial abuse. The participants’ reactions illustrate how we, as a society, think, talk and ultimately act when faced with this issue. By depicting real efforts to help a victim in need, viewers are encouraged to ask themselves, “What would they do in this situation?”