My Listen Up!


seatbelt psa

VIP 2007


Youth producers

Brittany Rich

Average rating

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Swept Away TV

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Congratulations on making the Kids for Kids Festival. I hope you get to go to Naples! Good job!!!!

Taylor  |  September 29, 2007

that was very short. i think next time if you were to expand it a bit longer it would had a better effect. your point was very clear, but a PSA can be longer than 30 seconds.

Evan L.  |  June 17, 2007

That was pretty cool. nothing special tho. i liked the idea

M Gouba  |  June 17, 2007

That was pretty good. but not quite sure why its rating are so high. it was very simple

M. Landry  |  June 17, 2007

thought it was pretty good... nice use of fading in and out the color

Craig Chupinsky  |  June 17, 2007

Seatbelts save lives, too bad it's too late for those people.

sherone  |  June 17, 2007

Good effort and enthusiasm for subject, you made it real

Tommie  |  June 17, 2007

I feel the music made the story and the video furthered the meaning. Great job!

Carolyn Sher  |  June 17, 2007

This is a great psa! work on the skip at the end

Chirstian  |  June 16, 2007

I loves this because it really opened my eyes and showed me what can happen.

Brooke Sheets  |  June 16, 2007

well done... got the point across very well!

Craig Chupinsky  |  June 16, 2007

This was very deep

Soni Saxena  |  June 15, 2007

wow the music really hit my heart... and the story is very sad...but i think that the story should make the film not the music...

jack  |  June 14, 2007

Honestly, i liked every part of this.

Peter Wagner  |  June 08, 2007

very well done

Casey  |  June 08, 2007

I love it!

Brittney Winters  |  June 08, 2007

I loved every second of it!

Melanie  |  June 08, 2007

The flower showing what could happen if you dont wear a seatbelt drew my attention.

Jill  |  June 08, 2007

great idea!

Lauren  |  June 08, 2007

What song is this? It's pretty good.

David H  |  June 08, 2007

This makes me really apreciate video

Ross  |  June 08, 2007

nice shots

Gary  |  June 08, 2007

I loved it!

sara  |  June 08, 2007

I really liked this one and the flower shots

Clark  |  June 08, 2007

This editing looks like it took a while..nice job.

Dan Anez  |  June 08, 2007

The song makes the psa just work.

Jackie  |  June 08, 2007

good point

Max  |  June 08, 2007

This is number one work here .

sam  |  June 08, 2007

nice work

Marykate  |  June 08, 2007

the song is good

John Mu  |  June 08, 2007

great work

Pat  |  June 08, 2007

It's a really good editing job

Kyle  |  June 08, 2007

This sets the mood as a realistic film. job well done!

Jeremey T  |  June 08, 2007

I knew the girl that died in the first shot..i wish she could have seen this psa.

Chelsea  |  June 08, 2007

Nice song

Carli  |  June 08, 2007

great work!

Christian  |  June 08, 2007

My personal favorite!

Caleb  |  June 08, 2007

I like that this is real

Russ  |  June 08, 2007

i really enjoyed it

Justin  |  June 08, 2007

Not a subject I would like to think about but well done nonetheless

Samantha  |  June 08, 2007

I think you did a great job especially for a first PSA. Very well done!

Kerstin K  |  June 08, 2007

Interesting use of music and the lyrics

Lindsay Greer  |  June 08, 2007

Our area has really been hit with many teenager driver accidents. This psa really hits home.

Ilene Brooks  |  June 08, 2007

Terrific work!

Jillian  |  June 08, 2007

Great camera work!

Dillan  |  June 08, 2007

catchy song

Jackie  |  June 08, 2007

The black and white scenes got to me

Kerry  |  June 08, 2007

Everyone in my building loves it!

Fed  |  June 08, 2007

Good job

Holli  |  June 08, 2007

this psa is something that teaches a lesson everyone needs to learn! WEAR YOUR SEATBELT!

Nate  |  June 08, 2007

I see potential in this one!

Nicole  |  June 08, 2007

it kept my attention! good job

Anthony  |  June 08, 2007

Now this, this is a psa!..great job!

Jody  |  June 08, 2007

The song goes perfect

Shawn  |  June 08, 2007

very nice editing!

Molly  |  June 08, 2007

thoughtful choices in the pictures and music. I enjoyed it.

Zach Peterson  |  June 08, 2007

This made me want to use a seatbelt.

Ajaay Chandrasekaran  |  June 08, 2007

Great use of the music to tell a story. It tugs at the hearstrings. I enjoyed the visual effects as well. Meaningful.

Darnell  |  June 08, 2007

i have filmed/seen many PSA's before but this one really got to me, excellent filming i saw a lot of greats shots and nice editing great job!

Danny  |  June 07, 2007

really great PSA the music was an excellent choice and i really liked it, great job

Michelle Parker  |  June 07, 2007

I like that it's short and to the point!

Shawn  |  June 07, 2007

This is so amazing..what did you edit with?

Sam  |  June 07, 2007

This video brought to people's attention the danger such a small precaution can avoid. Well done :-)

Arthi Chandrasekaran  |  June 07, 2007

Brittany, I love the psa. Good job..I'm thinking about wearing my seatbelt now..haha

Misha  |  June 07, 2007

Great idea with the flowers!

Ms. Zelcer  |  June 07, 2007

as a teen driver, it really made me think. i think this would help teen drivers think more carefully about their driving habits.

shawn  |  June 07, 2007

really thought-provoking work. thanks, brittany.

max s  |  June 07, 2007

excellent work. really powerful

joe  |  June 07, 2007

very powerful and poignant. great job.

sharon  |  June 07, 2007

what a great choice for music!

Farahan  |  June 07, 2007

Great job Brittany.

Mrs. V  |  June 04, 2007

Well done. It captures the essence of what a PSA should be. P.S. - Be sure to thank me for your success one day wen you make it.

Justin Schwartz  |  June 04, 2007

A thoughtful interesting piece. I loved the music and thought it went well with the theme. great job!

Sara  |  June 04, 2007

Very meaningful!!! Congrats

Frank Melendez  |  June 03, 2007

Great message and done quite well. Everything works together; music, visuals, and voice.

Ms. Remy  |  June 03, 2007

Very effective

Corina  |  June 02, 2007

Love the music! You did such an amazing job!

susan  |  June 01, 2007

it's alright. filmmaking made sense, but it left me kind of cold.

Dan O'Reilly-Rowe  |  June 01, 2007

The movie was poignant because the crosses shown are very close to my house. They are reminders of many lives cut short due to making wrong choices.

Zach Garland  |  June 01, 2007

great job! the song was really good.

Marcus  |  June 01, 2007

2 Thumbs!

Elizabeth  |  June 01, 2007

all i can say is wowzers. Job well done.

David  |  June 01, 2007

This is such a great psa. I showed my kids this at youth group.

Amanda  |  June 01, 2007

I really love the black and white to color reflection. This is so emotional.

Jaime  |  June 01, 2007

Wow, this is such a great PSA. Love it!

Marcel  |  June 01, 2007

Says a lot in a very succinct message...effective & well done.

Lawrence Rosenberg  |  June 01, 2007

Good music choice with the video. :)

Taylor  |  June 01, 2007

great job, i liked the music a lot, it really fits in with the mood.

sharona  |  June 01, 2007

Britt you did a great job!

Markie  |  June 01, 2007

Everyone!! Please vote for my psa because I think it shows a picture that will really draw the attention of teen drivers!

brittany  |  May 31, 2007

I love the choice of song. It made a great point. Good job.

Tannis  |  May 31, 2007

Great song choice!!

Chris  |  May 31, 2007

good message and some nice choice of shots. the graduation scene seemed a bit staged - perhaps if the characters were framed a bit tighter, it would look nicer. good voiceover and nice pace.

Emily Bennison  |  May 31, 2007


Katie  |  May 31, 2007


simone Palanker  |  May 31, 2007

The music goes great with the images and make a powerful statement.

Christi Shaw  |  May 31, 2007

Nice, short, and to the point- I like that this creates a meaningful message without having to show actual accidents/wreckages. The voiceover may take away a bit from the mood because it seems cheery, but overall nice job!

Emmi  |  May 30, 2007

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