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A 1:30 minute motiongraphic explainer video for $3,000.

September 17, 2013

Not everyone has the big budget and every creative needs assets for their portfolio.  Our highly trained rising creatives are looking for work to build their street cred.  Got a project for them?

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To follow up on our last post about the REAL cost of motiongraphics, infographics and videos, we’d like to put our money where our mouth is and help early stage organizations get great assets and offer real projects for our rising HMC talent to build a portfolio.

Guided by our Creative Director Elliot Cowan and Chief Storyteller David Gloss, all startup social impact organizations or any social impact organization with an annual revenue less than $500K can receive :

A 1:30 minute motiongraphic explainer video for $3,000.
They will work with our junior level creatives (our paid interns) to develop professional level video assets for your product, service, cause or campaign.

  • All videos will receive 2 rounds of script revision and 1 round of final revision.
  • You get 2 script re-reads (of the already approved copy- new copy is $150 charge).
  • You get free access to our music and sound effect library.
  • All you have to do is be nice, respond within 48 hours for comments and be willing to provide raw and honest feedback about the process in an email that we could use in a case study.

We are also interested in doing the same for our graphic design rising stars for infographics at $1500.

Here is an example of the type of work you can expect:

Mayors Challenge $1 Million Winner Video - Philadelphia, PA from Here's My Chance on Vimeo.

Interested in claiming 1 of the 20 spots we have available, sign up below!

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Projects will start in order received. Estimated turnaround is 30-45 days from official start, not inquiry. HMC retains the right to refuse a project if not aligned with impact values or team capacity.

Let’s build the creative economy together.

 

 

 

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