During the government shutdown in 2013, WWII Veterans were locked out of their monument. While national news stories were covering it, but no one was telling the reasons behind the shutdown or the reasons that barricades were unconstitutional. Our client needed someone to tell the story of what this shutdown was really all about.
Our Atlanta video production company packed up our teams and headed to Washington DC. Two crews travelled with different groups to get footage of the goings-on at the monuments. One team stayed at the WWII Memorial to capture all the events there and conduct interviews with the veterans and the Congressional leaders that came to the memorial. The result was a beautiful video that reveals the passion of the individuals committed to opening the monuments and the reasons why they felt it important. With a quick turnaround time and changing events by the hour, Ground Floor Video was able to travel, shoot, edit and deliver in just a few days. Our Atlanta Video production facility delivers, high quality products on time and on budget. Every time, every project!