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Department of Justice Tasmania

First responders discuss the impacts of domestic violence.

Department of Justice

Camera/Editor: Angus Ashton
AC: Oliver Deanestone

A corporate video created for the Department of Justice to raise awareness and support the prevention of violence against women and family violence.

What we delivered:

Angus Ashton Film provided full video production services – handling videography, post-production and delivery of the corporate film in a number of formats for internal use by the government. The video was shot across 2 days – visiting numerous state departments to film interviews and b-roll footage with key staff and personnel. 

The Department of Justice were seeking a video production company in Hobart. They engaged us to make a video that would raise awareness on domestic violence from the perspective of first responders. There are more than 10,000 cases of family violence proceeded against by police every year in the state. The video features interviews with a number of staff from their respective government departments and units; those with a front-line view of the impact of family violence on the community. These were units such as the Prison Service, Ambulance, The Family Violence Unit from Police and the Director of Public Prosecutions Office. The video also aimed to continue the White Ribbon initiative and show the positive work that government departments are having in working together on the issue.

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