Explainer video sample (not whole thing): cartoon or whiteboard animation, or an explainer format
- Status: Closed
- Præmier: $50
- Modtagne indlæg: 6
Not the whole video. Just a clip so I can see a sample of your skills! I only need visuals, not voice over.
I will award the $50 prize to the artist that I want to work with.
Here is the full script:
Alice wants to stop frackers from fracking the environment that her kids will grow up in. It seems like government, companies and the courts all just want to frack the fuck (bleep out) out of it regardless of what her and her community wants.
She forks ACT fund and starts raising money on its smart contract to help with the costs of the communities campaign to stop the destruction. She adds her proposal submission form to her community's simple website.
The first proposal is from a group that wants help with travel costs to come and support the action. They are looking for $500 to help bring a coach load of 50 activists. ACTs curators like the look of this so the proposal is activated and goes to ACTs voting dapp where people love it and start spreading the word. It receives quorum and the fund automatically contributes some of the funds needed, automatically sending it to the fundraising stage. The activists promote this and easily raise the rest. News is spreading about Alice’s cause so the proposals start coming in fast.
The next proposal comes from members of the community who need resources to help with running the action. They need to hire some tents, portaloos, and to pay for some ads to help spread the word. Initially, they ask for just $1000, which is the limit for a first time proposal and this is quickly funded, so they go back and successfully raise another $4000.
The ACT powered action is a great success with over 500 people turning out to oppose the frackers.
After the action, one of the campaigners receives a legal notice and needs help. He posts a proposal for legal support detailing the support needed in detail. This is passed by the curators and voters and seems to stir even greater support from a growing community of support.
Word gets out that the viability of the fracking developments are threatened by the communities actions, and it is clear that sustained campaigning at a large enough scale will drive the polluters away.
Jane’s community’s fund launches a major fund raising effort attracting over $50,000 from all over the world without even setting up an NGO or non-profit! The community launches another action, and then another, and then another. In the end, supported by thousands of people globally, Jane’s community sees over 20,000 people turn out in protest.
Local government officials begin to feel the heat and realise that they could loose their seats due the scale of this uproar, and national government is feeling the heat too with more and more high profile individuals calling on them to ACT.
Eventually, the fracking operations stop and the frackers frack off googling how to start a solar farm on their way home. Dozens of communities around the world take Alice’s lead and fork ACT fund to get the sustainable future they want.