This 2-minute digital PSA was written by Alexander Day and Brian Carufe, directed by Almog Avidan Antonir, and produced by the team at Landwirth Legacy Productions, as means to challenge gender stereotypes when it comes to children's Halloween costumes.

Mission

Landwirth Legacy Productions (LLP) aims to create entertaining and educational visual content and stories that seek to enrich, empower, and inspire audiences. Compassion is at the root of every project and relationship that Landwirth Legacy cultivates.

History

Landwirth Legacy Productions (LLP) was founded in August 2014 by Max Landwirth. After graduating from Chapman University in Orange, CA with a degree in film production and screen acting, Max moved to Los Angeles where he decided to fuse his passion for filmmaking with his ideal of helping others. Max comes from a family of philanthropy- with most of his family actively involved in the world of non profits. His grandfather, Henri, is a holocaust survivor who came to America at eighteen years old with $20 in his pockets. After working his way up through the hotel industry, Henri turned his attention towards giving back. He created several non-profit organizations in the Southeast, including Give Kids the World in Orlando, FL. He also founded the Fanny Landwirth Foundation with the mission of enriching, educating, and empowering children. Max now chooses to continue his grandfather’s legacy by creating a production company for socially conscious media that seeks to enrich, educate, and empower its audiences with content that inspires feelings of compassion, states of mindfulness, and realizations of deep inner strength.