As nightKAP entertainment grew, the fire of our original intent - to produce content that would produce change - only burned brighter. So in October of 2013, we reset our focus, streamlined our operations, and sought out to find the scripts and stories that would fuel that fire. As we develop and produce the following productions created to produce change, we are developing our digital and commercial content.


A TASTE OF LIFT

To compliment the LIFT:Taste Event in May of 2016, nightKAP created a spot where we interviewed the kids of LIFT New York Members to find out what they wanted to be when they grew up, then dove into how LIFT Is helping member parents help their children achieve those dreams. 


FOSTERMORE.ORG PSA's

Beginning in November of 2014, nightKAP launched and produced the "Story of _______ Life" campaign spots for FosterMore.org, - an incredible organizations effectively removing the stigma of foster care and foster kids while inspiring and providing access to future foster parents, mentors and friends. nightKAP came up with the campaign concept, did all aspects of production, and even worked to secure music licensing from the incredible generous band - OneDirection - and their equally generous labels and publishers. 

In August and September of 2015, we produced 4 new spots which will be airing late fall. More to come! In the meantime, check  out the video and learn more about FosterMore - and their goals of inspiring amazing individuals to become parents, mentors, or friends to kids in foster care, effectively removing negative stigma. 

FOSTERMORE - STORY OF DAVID, JEN & BRYCE'S LIFE

FOSTERMORE - STORY OF A MENTORS LIFE
(PAIGE, SARAH & LONELL)


FOSTERMORE - STORY OF THE SMITH-KNIGHT FAMILY LIFE

FOSTERMORE - STORY OF MARY LEE'S LIFE


IT'S MONUMENTAL
Video Series for National AIDS Monument

The MONUMENTAL content series began in 2014, and we're in the midst of shooting another 25 interviews by the end of June, 2016, to publish another 8 pieces of short form content by the end of Summer, 2016. The AIDS Monument seeks to honor the lives of those lost, celebrate the battles won in the fight against HIV/AIDS, and inform this and future generations not only about the devastation of the AIDS Epidemic, but of the current state of HIV and the efforts to end HIV/AIDS once and for all.