National Geographic Killing Kennedy

We try to imagine what it must have been like within the moments surrounding JFK’s assassination. Those few ticking seconds where a nation’s twisting grasp on its place in the world flipped our collective insides like a sudden bend on a wooden roller-coaster. A few microseconds prior we were the well scrubbed center of the universe. A few microseconds later we had lost our anchor and were in a free-fall trying to make sense of it all, still cheering and smiling in a heartbeat of disbelief. We feel everything we know slipping through our fingers. We are weightless.

 

Credits

  • Production Company
    Variable

  • Director
    Rama Allen & Jonathan Bregel

  • Executive Producer
    Tyler Ginter

  • Cinematographer
    Khalid Mohtaseb

  • Creative Development
    National Geographic, Variable & Mill+

  • Client
    National Geographic

  • Title
    "Killing Kennedy"

  • SVP Creative
    Andy Baker

  • Design Director
    Christos Devaris

  • Writer/Creative Director
    Tyler Korba

  • Creative Director, Design
    Brian Everett

  • Production Manager
    Kevin Lahr

  • Producer
    Alex Friedman

  • Production Supervisor
    Paige DeMarco

  • VFX Supervisor
    Adrian Hurley

  • Phantom Tech
    Edward Richardson

  • AC/DIT
    Daniel Stewart & Jeffrey Levine

  • Production Designer
    Joseph Sciacca

  • Photographer
    Joey L.

  • Post Production
    Mill+

  • Head of Content
    Ian Bearce

  • Post Production Producer
    Adrienne Winterhalter & Richard Schwab

  • Editor
    Caleb Woods

  • Assistant Editor
    Jessica Ledoux

  • Lead Compositor
    Danny Morris

  • Titles
    Wesley Ebelhar

  • Score/Sound Design
    Fall On Your Sword

National Geographic Killing Kennedy

We try to imagine what it must have been like within the moments surrounding JFK’s assassination. Those few ticking seconds where a nation’s twisting grasp on its place in the world flipped our collective insides like a sudden bend on a wooden roller-coaster. A few microseconds prior we were the well scrubbed center of the universe. A few microseconds later we had lost our anchor and were in a free-fall trying to make sense of it all, still cheering and smiling in a heartbeat of disbelief. We feel everything we know slipping through our fingers. We are weightless.

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