Long Story [Short] Case Study:
Over several years, LSS has helped tell the story of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and its trailblazing advocacy and field work to ensure that no child is born with HIV and no child dies of AIDS.
Mining through archival footage and filming at EGPAF-supported sites throughout sub-Saharan Africa, LSS has created multi-faceted content for EGPAF, including:
- Identity Piece
- Thirty-year retrospective on pediatric AIDS
- Programmatic overview of EGPAF’s successful global work through the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)
- 25th anniversary tribute to the contributions of Hillary Rodham Clinton to pediatric AIDS fight
- Broadcast/digital PSAs
- Animated advocacy piece on the need for better pediatric HIV treatment
- Programmatic case study on public-private partnership to end pediatric HIV in Zimbabwe
- “Countdown to an AIDS-Free Foundation” premiered at Harvard’s AIDS@30 International Symposium, opened the 2012 International AIDS Conference at the Kennedy Center, and was featured multiple times on ABCnews.com.
- “Project HEART” was launched at a joint U.S. CDC/EGPAF convening in 2012 in Washington, D.C.
- “Until No Child Has AIDS” was launched with the 2014 Inter-Parliamentary Union Assembly in Geneva, and a French version premiered at the 2014 International Francophone Conference on HIV.
- Pieces have been translated into French, Portuguese, and Swahili for global use.
- Overall our work with EGPAF has received 10 awards and 3 additional nominations, including a 2013 Cine Special Jury Award, 2012 and 2011 Golden Cine Awards, 2012 Silver Telly, 2012 Silver Davey, 2011 Webby Award for Public Service and Activism, 2011 People’s Voice Webby award for Public Service and Activism, a 2010 Silver Davey, and a 2010 MarCom platinum award.
- LSS also earned 2012 Webby nominations for Best Editing and Best Online Video for Public Service and Activism, and a 2012 DoGooder nomination for “fearless storytelling”.