The power of love and a quarantine creates Project 88

To address the boredom and isolation that many artists are feeling during the coronavirus pandemic, a local independent filmmaker in Oregon created a film project to act as a creative outlet that attracted contributions from more than 300 people across the world. The project – “Project 88: Back to the Future Too” – invited people to recreate one of 88 scenes from the popular franchise film, which filmmaker Taylor Morden then stitched together into the final movie and released online.

This is a rapid response story about a coping strategy. Due to the urgent crisis, we are relaxing the ‘evidence of effectiveness’ criterion for solutions coverage on COVID-19 to capture early stage, improvisational, and experimental responses that cope with the pandemic.

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