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Runaway Train 25

In the 1990s, the original “Runaway Train” video by Soul Asylum, NCMEC and director Tony Kaye featured 36 missing kids. After it aired on MTV, 21 of those missing kids were recovered. Runaway Train 25 is directed by RSA Film’s Emmy award winner Jake Scott and the record was produced by Grammy-nominated producer Jayson DeZuzio of KIDinaKORNER & music supervised by Michael Frick. The new video, reinterprets the award-winning Soul Asylum song “Runaway Train” with musical artists Jaime N Commons and Skylar Grey featuring Gallant. Runaway Train 25 uses geolocation technology that turns the music video content into a search tool to find missing children. The video automatically updates itself with profiles of missing children from the NCMEC database based on the viewing location, which people can share across Twitter and other social media platforms

Project Roles
Content Strategist, Executive Producer, Music Producer, Music Supervisor
Creative Strategy, Entertainment, Producing
Commercials - Video, Interactive Videos, Music Videos
Project Industries
Advertising, Augmented Reality, Music, Non-Profit
Runaway Train 25
Runaway Train 25
Runaway Train 25