VIRUS explores the social and economic impacts of COVID-19, and its widespread changes to Sydney’s normally bustling landscape.
This is unprecedented. This is a global health crisis. Whilst there is hope as restrictions are slowly lifted, we still have a long way to go.
Although we are apart, we are all in this together.
Full Credit List:
Narrator – Ben Maclaine
Home Worker – Jeff Stewart
Video Caller – Briony O’Donoghue
Video Participants – Aaron Mosley, Edward Zaczek, Hannah Collie, Jessica O’Donnell, Maddison Geraghty (as Maddy Geraghty)
Director – Jack O’Donoghue
Writers – Jack O’Donoghue and Isaac Stewart
Executive Producers – Jack O’Donoghue and Isaac Stewart
Director of Photography – Isaac Stewart
Music Composer – Steve Toppa
Editor, Colourist & Sound Mixer – Isaac Stewart
Shot in 4K on the Sony PXW-FS5.
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