A short film is raising awareness about a disaster fund to help victims, rescuers and families affected by the Interstate 35W bridge collapse in Minneapolis, MyFOXTwinCities.com reports.
The 45-second online film, "Glow," recreates the fallen span in lights against Minneapolis' skyline. The phrase "Remember ... and Help" ends the film, with an urge to viewers to donate to the Minnesota Helps Bridge Disaster Fund.
“A community that lived through a great tragedy this year is blessed to have such an inspiring message of hope and remembrance,” Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak told MyFOXTwinCities.com. “I’m grateful to the collaborators of this video message, and I’ll be sending it as my e-mail holiday card this year.”
More than $1 million has been donated to the bridge disaster fund to date, the site reports.
Director Chris Stocksmith used time-lapse photography and still photographs to create the short.