Although there's a lot to the concept of the film, we would prefer not to have a montage of images. We would like the film poster to look like a single image (see below for more detail). We're open to stock footage, but can also provide some images (stills from the film). Designers need not use all of the images, just the ones they think are helpful or useful.
I have included a synopsis of the film, that includes a link (also below) to the images that we think could be used. I've also included some sample documentary design posters, some which use a single layered image, and a couple that use multiple images, which they blend into a seamless image. There's also an image below (from a slide), that has multiple pictures including people doing things that my producer thinks could also work (again, as long as it blends in as a single image. Ignore the colours and dimensions...) https://drive.google.com/drive/fold…sp=sharing
Please note, public health workers are really unglamorous. They sit in offices and, believe it or not, still respond to beepers/pagers even during disasters. The most exciting room they sit in is the 'war room' (as you'll see in one of the images I uploaded). One of the major heroes of this piece is Jeannette Young (seen in the Young images). The public health vest is one of the only instances where you'll find someone from public health in a uniform. This is the major reason these people are called 'the silent achievers' in the film's title: you only know that they exist when things go wrong. When things go right, it's often because they've worked away in the background! The work they do is essential and life-saving, but you don't even know that they exist.
As a result, please DO NOT include exciting images of uniformed emergency workers, because, while public health works with these people, that's not what this film is about.