Friday, 17 June 2011

The Grips Kthjellu - Tonight is your night MTV EXIT 2010 OFFICIAL VIDEO ...

MTV premieres the latest MTV EXIT video, "Tonight is Your Night," by The Grips, this Wednesday June 23rd, 2010 at 12:00 pm.
The video is the first-ever MTV broadcast of an artist from Pristina.
"Tonight is Your Night" is the third MTV EXIT video designed to increase awareness and prevention of human trafficking and exploitation, following on the official videos MTV EXIT produced for Radiohead's "All I Need" in 2008 and The Killers' "Good Night, Travel Well" in 2009.
"The video for "Tonight is Your Night" tells the story of a young woman who escapes from a trafficking situation and finds peace and comfort," explained Mentor Haziri, frontman of The Grips and co-director of the video. "We hope that our video inspires young people to make informed decisions, keep control of their futures, and to support NGOs that work on the ground to prevent trafficking and to help victims restart their lives."

MTV EXIT: The World's Largest Anti-Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Campaign MTV EXIT (End Exploitation and Trafficking) is the largest anti-trafficking awareness and prevention campaign in the world, with on-air and online campaign program materials viewed over 70 million times and on-the-ground awareness raising events attended by over half a million individuals.

Launched at Serbia's Exit Festival in 2004, MTV EXIT since has produced 30 concerts and over 6,000 broadcasts of MTV EXIT television programming on 43 MTV channels and national broadcasters in more than 65 countries around the globe, including B 92 TV and TV Pink in Serbia. The campaign has garnered the support of some of the most famous and influential people from the worlds of music and popular culture, including Angelina Jolie (presenter of the MTV EXIT documentary Inhuman Traffic ), Lucy Liu (presenter of Traffic: An MTV EXIT Special ), Nobel Peace Prize laureate Jose Ramos-Horta, Radiohead, R.E.M., Placebo, Thievery Corporation, The Killers, Muse, and many others on the international, regional, and local levels.
MTV EXIT is supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAid). Past supporters include the Swedish international development agency, Sida; UNICEF; the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime; the United States Embassy in Serbia; and the European Commission.

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