SCHOOL SHOOTING SAFETY FILM RELEASED
The NEW "Duck and Cover" Safety Film
Tucson, AZ: After the Parkland high school shooting on Valentine's Day 2018, professional Animator Frank Cromer could not find any traces of educational films that would teach elementary students (and higher levels for that matter) what to do if they saw a shooter on their campus. So he made one. "Stranger Danger" teaches a child in 60 seconds what to do if they see a man with a gun on school grounds in three scenarios.
Using the terms "Stranger Danger" which school children learned in various campaigns which ran in the USA in the 1960s, Cromer went for the easiest trope in the American teaching mindset because: It's short. It's simple. It rhymes!
Cromer hopes it spreads as a national PSA on any and all media outlets but hopes it mainly gets used in elementary schools, stating, "Parents now have to talk to their elementary level children about this ever present danger. Why shouldn't teachers have an easy way to open up that discussion with a simple animation that they can grasp that can save their lives?"
See the film~ youtube DOT com/watch?v=8U3ZwNqFbjs
About Frank Cromer: Graduating from The Ohio State University with a B.A. in Film, he found his true calling when in 2008 his 1st animation played on NBC's "LATE NIGHT WITH CONAN O'BRIEN" and he became an animator. Having worked with the Moody Blues' late great Ray Thomas on two animations, Cromer has done over 50 animations professionally and loves the work.
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