USPS PSA w/ Angela Basset

news | 10.30.20

USPS PSA w/ Angela Basset

Directed by Spencer Creigh

Director Spencer Creigh, Narrator Angela Bassett Deliver "Mailbox" PSA In Support of the U.S. Post Office

“Mailbox” is a timely PSA to save the post office, reminding us that “The Mail carries hope. But only when it's delivered.” 

The beautiful film shares footage of mailboxes around the U.S. while Angela Bassett reads the words of Martin Luther King Jr’s letter to Congress from March 1965, advocating for the right that every citizen deserves to exercise political freedom at the polls and vote. King wrote, “Let my people vote.”

The United States Postal Service (USPS) is vital to voting this year and King's words resonate deeply with this election just as they did back then, reiterating that “there will be a change.” Production house Florence worked with director Spencer Creigh on the PSA.


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Credits

Production Company Florence Spencer Creigh, director; Jared Elms, creative director; Sho Shrock, producer; Jerad Anderson, executive producer; Dustin Lane, DP. Narration Angela Bassett Editorial Exile Zaldy Lopez, editor. Telecine Color Collective NY Mike Howell, colorist. Music Trevor Doherty, composer.Sound Design Jackie! Zhou, sound designer.