Georgia Accident Attorneys, Montlick & Associates, Sponsors Production of Anti-Bullying Music Video, Filmed with Cast of 150
The Georgia Accident Lawyers at Montlick & Associates are proud to announce the firm’s sponsorship of a new music video, designed to empower kids to speak out against bullying. During the filming, more than 150 kids and adults joined together to film the music video of My Song for Taylor Swift. The song, written and recorded by 10 year-old Jolie Montlick, has already empowered kids to stand up and speak out against bullying. Once released, the video will have an even greater impact as it incorporates a number of inspiring scenes of kids doing the right thing when faced with bullying.
“The community really came together by volunteering to participate in this video, and we are so grateful” said the video's producer, David Montlick, CEO of Montlick & Associates in Atlanta, Georgia. “We had a wonderful cast of over 150 people, both kids and parents, who all came with the idea of helping others. Bullying is a problem that affects us all, and during the filming a number of parents shared stories with me.” When asked about the two-day shoot he added, “There were several moments during the filming where we showed kids doing the right thing in the face of bullying, where people got chills as they watched the heart-warming actions that kids were taking. I am confident that this video is going to inspire kids to take positive actions, and that we are going to have a real impact.”
Singer/songwriter Jolie Montlick is a National Spokesperson for A4K, The Ambassadors for Kids Club, an anti-bullying organization (a4kclub.org). Jolie was inspired to write the song after sitting in the front row of Swift's “Speak Now Tour” this past November. “Taylor Swift is such a good person. I was inspired by how she overcame bullying and became such a positive role model,” says Jolie. ”She didn't let bullying stop her from accomplishing her goals.” Like Taylor, Jolie is determined to make a difference and help others in a meaningful way.
The music video, which is scheduled for release in late summer 2012, was directed by Brian McArtan, of Brick Street Cinema. Casting Director and Assistant Director was LJ Woodard of the Performance Academy. David Montlick, CEO of Montlick & Associates in Atlanta was the Producer.
Montlick & Associates, Attorneys at Law has a long history of helping families avoid accidents and prevent injuries, Since 1984, the firm has disseminated important safety information to millions of families. The firm's public service work includes firm initiatives such as: HelpKeepKidsSafe.org; our Family Safety and Legal Tips Program, our Don't Drink & Drive and Don't Text & Drive campaigns, Child Passenger Safety; plus numerous partnerships with established non-profit organizations, including DNA LifePrint, the Safe America Foundation, CWAV USA, A4K Ambassadors for Kids Club (we are the Founding Sponsor), among others. We invite you to visit www.montlick.com to learn about all the ways you can help keep your family safe.
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10-year old singer/songwriter Jolie Montlick was inspired to write the song after sitting in the front row of Swift's "Speak Now" tour this past November.
The music video of "My Song for Taylor Swift" is brought to life through a number of school scenes, and is intended to motivate and empower kids to take appropriate actions and speak up when they see bullying.