Tuesday, April 15 marks one year since the deadly Boston Marathon bombings, the worst mass-casualty attack on U.S. soil since Sept. 11, 2001 that killed three people and injured more than 260, happened.
As a tribute to the victims and survivors of the terrorist attack, filmmaker JJ Miller created a video entitled #WEWILLRUN driven by the message that the citizens of Boston are strong and will definitely participate in another marathon this year.
"We started by pitching it to a client of ours as an advertising campaign," Miller told Fox News.
"The client eventually decided not to go with it; which it then sat on my desk for a little while and became a personal passion project of mine."
The video features footage of Boston citizens preparing for the upcoming marathon along with a voiceover narrating the city’s rich history as well as the resilience it showed after last year bombings.
For more information on #WeWillRun, watch the video above.
The 118th Boston Marathon is set to be held on April 21, 2014.