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Feb 04, 2012 12:58 |  #1

Watch the film here. (external link)

I met Grace Brown through my lovely mother Yvonne Moss (make-up artist extraordinaire) on a Vintage project shoot April of last year. She is an aspiring photographer just like me, freshman in college and eager to learn everything she can put her hands on. Started to know her better after sharing a couple of weekend meals with the ever popular Moss’s Kitchen gatherings. Such a sweet girl with full of inspirations. I knew back then that something about her is different, I just couldn’t tell what it is.

Then couple months later, “project UNBREAKABLE” was born. Such a powerful project that shakes a lot of conversations this days. Then a month ago after a night of brainstorming we decided to take it one more step further and created this film.

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If you are a survivor of sexual abuse who would like to participate in this project, please email me at grace(at)50extraordina​rywomen(dot)com. Please know that Project Unbreakable does not discriminate against varying degrees of sexual abuse or gender. Anyone is welcome.

Produced, filmed, and edited by Nino Gallego vimeo.com/ninogallego Music: “Dig With Me” by Allie Moss alliemoss.com/


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Feb 04, 2012 15:04 |  #2

Wow, very powerful. Thanks for sharing.


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Feb 04, 2012 15:49 as a reply to  @ CalmAsToast's post |  #3

Good job strong message.

What kind of slider did you use?

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Feb 04, 2012 19:49 |  #4

I thought it was a solid video. Nice work incorporating images.


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Feb 04, 2012 20:32 |  #5

CalmAsToast wrote in post #13825327 (external link)
Wow, very powerful. Thanks for sharing.

Thank you :)

Photo99 wrote in post #13825531 (external link)
Good job strong message.

What kind of slider did you use?

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MetalRain wrote in post #13826563 (external link)
I thought it was a solid video. Nice work incorporating
images.

Thank you sir!


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Feb 05, 2012 15:45 |  #6

Absolutely brilliant work, by both you and Grace. A moving message, technically strong, and excellent use of light.

Be proud of yourself, sir! :)


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Feb 05, 2012 18:15 |  #7

very well done and very powerful

You should be very proud


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