CU’s Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV) is seeking 10-15 community members who have been impacted by a mass shooting to participate in a community film project. The project is part of a public awareness campaign to prevent violence in Colorado.
We think survivors provide a critical perspective on this topic. For instance, what do you want the public to understand about your experience? What do you wish could have been done differently to prevent the attack? CSPV hopes to share these stories as part of a larger public awareness campaign on the prevention of mass violence, to be disseminated via social media channels and CSPV’s website.
Each participant’s videotaped interview and/or photo shoot will take approximately 30-60 minutes, and the filming/photography sessions will take place on Monday, Dec. 4, or Tuesday, Dec. 5, at CU Boulder. Participants can select the day and time that is convenient to them; each participant will receive a gift card as a thank you for their time.
If you or someone you know has a story that they would like to share, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to complete a brief questionnaire. Applications will be reviewed beginning Monday, Nov. 20, and accepted until Friday, Dec. 1.