Amnesty International’s newest campaign shot by Dimitri Daniloff is now running in France. The copy for the campaign translates to “Violations of Human rights are still fashionable. Act.”, and confronts human rights issues such as domestic violence, police brutality, and population displacement.
We asked Dimitri to comment on his experience shooting this highly charged work:
“We started the shoot with home violence and the models were so real in the action that most of the team was crying. We all felt very bad and wanted it to stop. The team working on this project was very involved, and I discovered that each of us knew someone that was concerned about one of these problems. It is not something so far from us. The shoot of the crowd, on the other hand, was a bit more fun. I enjoyed giving the images characters like you can see at a real runway show.”