Oscar Award winner Julianne Moore, actress Zoe Zaldana, and Sia have teamed up to raise awareness for the #endHIV Campaign. They did so by collaborating on a music video, which is for the pop singer's new single "Free Me."
The "Free Me" music video is narrated by Moore, and stars Saldana. In it the "Guardians of the Galaxy" actress portrays an expecting mother who just found out she has HIV. As her mind wonders from shock, she finds herself in an empty room with dancers. While there she does an interpretive dance.
At the end of the "Free Me" music video the expecting mother is now a mother. She had a healthy baby, and is back at the doctor's office for a check-up. The dances in the video were all choreographed by Ryan Heffington, who has previously worked with Sia on her music videos for "Cheap Thrills" and "Chandelier."
The single will be released tomorrow, June 9. All proceeds from the song goes straight to the #endHIV Campaign. According to the press release sent out today, "Those funds will be used to advance a new potential HIV/AIDS cure to human clinical trials."