Remembering the War That Changed Everything
This April, we were proud to produce the landmark ceremony that introduced America’s new National World War I Memorial to a global audience--the first major post-pandemic event in the nation’s capital. We continue our ongoing work as communications partner to the US World War I Centennial Commission and Doughboy Foundation.
What We've Done
- Brand & Identity Development
- Broadcast Programming
- Event Production & Management
- Graphic Design
- Media Production
- Social & Digital Media Communications
- Sponsor/Partner Activation
- Website Design/Development
Hosted by Gary Sinese, the Time to Remember video series proved instrumental in introducing the mission and its relevance to all Americans, helping the organization build emotional resonance and a powerful fundraising rationale. The award-winning presentation also served as the prologue to the American theatrical debut of Peter Jackson’s acclaimed They Shall Not Grow Old.
Oscar nominee Gary Sinese has a personal connection to the War. His grandfather, pictured here, served in the American Expeditionary Force.
Debuting on the 100th anniversary of the Armistice, A Soldier’s Journey provided a “first look” into the design of the Memorial’s bas-relief centerpiece. Told in the words of notable Americans whose stories frame both the war and this ‘wall of remembrance,’ the film explores the themes of the conflict as expressed through the work of sculptor Sabin Howard.
WHAT WE'VE ACCOMPLISHED
- Produced a landmark event
- Launched a national outreach program
- Created key fundraising media
- Grown public awareness of mission
- Engaged potential investors and partners
Our ongoing work has been credited as a vital component in engaging public support and meeting ambitious fundraising goals for a world-class 21st century urban park. We are currently producing a national broadcast documentary scheduled to debut in Fall, 2021.