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Every day in NSW, Australia someone dies on our roads - unnecessarily.
This trailer is for a series of educational videos (produced for the PCYC NSW Traffic Offenders Intervention Program) that explore the real and often tragic human costs of the choices we make while driving. From the crash scene to the court room; from prison to the loved ones who are left behind, this award winning educational video production presents a personal look at the reality of seemingly small decisions that have big consequences.
This educational video production was released on DVD and interactive USB.
Educational Series Awards
WINNER: Best Instructional / Training resource (Tertiary/General) 2015 ATOM Awards
WINNER: Best Series: Education (Personal growth), 2015 US International Film & Video Awards
WINNER: Best Educational Video Production, 2014 National AVPA Awards
WINNER: Gold Award (Corporate & Education) in the 2014 ACS Awards ( NSW/ACT)
NOMINATION: Best Cinematography (Corporate & Education), 2015 National ACS Awards
NOMINATION: Best video in Festival, 2015 US International Film & Video Awards
“We all knew the TOIP series was going to be something special from the 1st interviews. How lucky we are to have Good Eye Deer’s expertise, talent and vision to bring it all together. Awards aside - the best thing about their work on this project is the fact that it will literally save lives. Well done to Gavin, Olivia and the amazing team at Good Eye Deer that made TOIP the award winning series that it is”
-Phillip Ross, General Manager, Communications, Marketing & Events, PCYC NSW
Client: PCYC NSW, Sydney
Agency: Good Eye Deer
Client Producer: Phillip Ross
Agency Producer: Olivia Olley
Director / Cinematographer: Gavin Banks
In association with
The Police Force of NSW; The NSW Ambulance Service; Attorney General’s Department (Gosford Court House / Kempsy Court House / Magistrate Wayne Evans); Department of Corrective Services; National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre; Riviere Law - Criminal Law Experts; Drive4 - Driving Instructors; Hunter Brain Injury Service and Westpac Rescue Helicopter.