David Hogg: The “Gun Violence Prevention Movement” Was Started “Centuries Ago” by “Almost Entirely Black, Brown, and Indigenous LGBTQ Women and Non Binary People That Never Got On the News or In Most History Books”
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405 is a three-minute film released in June 2000. It was produced by Bruce Branit and Jeremy Hunt on a US$300 budget, using significantly self-taught skills with personal computers. As the first short film to have become widely distributed on the Internet, 405 is also one of the first, if not the first, viral videos. It immediately became notable as an early example of the revolution in digital filmmaking and the use of broadband Internet as a channel to distribute media, and the results rival that of many major film and television production studios at the time.
Widely considered the first viral video, 405 was released in June of 2000. By the end of it’s first week, 405’s creators, Jeremy Hunt and Bruce Branit were caught up in a media frenzy. It even resulted in a review on “At the Movies” by Roger Ebert, unheard of for a short film. In the days before internet video stream or youtube, 405 amassed hundreds of millions of views, network broadcast and landed Bruce and Jeremy with agents, lawyers and new company, Strange Engine.