Iwaki City: Pray together with us by Dentsu Inc. Tokyo for Iwaki City

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Iwaki City: Pray together with us

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Industry Public awareness
Media Film
Market Japan
Agency Dentsu Inc. Tokyo
Director Futoshi Takashima
Executive Creative Director Taketo Suzuki
Art Director Shunichi Sato
Copywriter Yoji Sakamoto
Producer Yuichi Ishizuki
Account Supervisor Hideyuki Hirai
Editor Futoshi Takashima
Released May 2012

Credits & Description

Category: Short Format Internet Film
Advertiser: IWAKI CITY
Product/Service: PUBLIC AWARENESS MESSAGE
Agency: DENTSU
Production Company: COPLA, Tokyo, Iwaki, JAPAN, JAPAN
Production Company: IMAGEWORKS, Tokyo, Iwaki, JAPAN, JAPAN
Executive Creative Director: Taketo Suzuki
Creative Director: Yoji Sakamoto
Copywriter: Yoji Sakamoto
Art Director: Shunichi Sato
Agency Producer: Hideto Kato
Account Supervisor: Hideyuki Hirai
Advertiser's Supervisor: Manabu Araki/Norio Ejiri
Producer: Yuichi Ishizuki
Director: Futoshi Takashima
Editor: Futoshi Takashima
Sound Design/Arrangement: Umeda Satoshi
Cameraman: Masanori Ohshima
Music: Umeda Satoshi
Account Manager: Masaru Yokota
Planner: Hidekatsu Sugamoto/Masaya Mitsuyoshi
Director Of Photography: Masanori Ohshima

English Description
After the devastating earthquake on March 11, 2011, people in Iwaki city, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, suffered from hundreds of hardships. The tsunami waves took away countless lives. Citizens had to abandon their hometown because of the nuclear power plants’ melt down near the city. A vast area of farmers’ field was contaminated. Today, their pain still remains. However, the memory slowly diminished from rest of Japan in one year. So, people in Iwaki city took action to remind whole Japan of what had happened. At 2:46 p.m. on March 11, 2012, exactly one year from the eruption of the earthquake, we played this film on Iwaki city’s official website to give pray for. (All figures in the film are the actual victims of the tsunami waves and radioactive contamination.)