Interframe worked closely with the American Cancer Society to produce a video for their annual Crystal Ball fundraising event. We were tasked with telling the inspirational story of Angie Dorchak, a two-time cancer survivor.
Once filmed, we moved onto the editing process where we needed to find the most effective way to tell the story in a short form film. We needed to tell her story as well as inspire those whose families may also be affected by cancer.
The story was serious, but just like her victory over cancer, we wanted the video to end on a triumphant note. Through the use of dialogue, music, and strategic editing, the final film brought the audience from the somber place the honoree was in during her diagnosis, to an epic resolution with her comeback story.
Interframe was able to capture this emotion of victory, making for a moving moment at the event.
Interframe started the process by getting to know the event honoree, Angie Dorchak. Our goal was to not only share her story, but to use it to educate and inspire those attending the event. Once we had a good understanding of what story we were trying to tell, how we were going to tell it, and why it needed to be told, we moved into the production process.
We conducted interviews with the honoree and her close family members and friends. In the final video, their remarks would help support her story and drive home the underlying theme of resilience and having support from those around you.