GLOBAL GOALS LAUNCH - UNITED NATIONS HQ - short film BY 59 PRODUCTIONS

59 PRODUCTIONS TEAM

Creative Directors

Mark Grimmer

Leo Warner

 

Written by

Mark Grimmer and Richard Curtis

 

Producer
Mark Grimmer

 

Editor

Joseph Pierce

 

Assistant Producer

Akhila Krishnan

 

Animation

Nicol Scott

 

Additional Animation

Jesse Richards

 

Digital Post Producer

James Long

 

Sound Design and Mix

Gareth Fry

 

Music

Steven Price

 

Colourist 

Jack McGinity

 

Sound Recordist

Ian Humphries

 

Archive Research

Christopher Riley

 

Voice Over Artist

Valene Kane

 

Additional Voiceover

GoLocalise

 

With thanks to

Commander Scott Kelly

Ed Cooper Clarke

Polly Mallinson

Frances Simpson Allen

Rebecca Collis

NASA

Christchurch Studios, Bristol

Nicole Stott

Aleksei Leonov

Frank Borman

Sultan Bin Salman Al Saud

Getty Images

Time Based Arts

The Global Poverty Project

Video Design, for 59 Productions:

Creative Director: Leo Warner

Animation Director: Zsolt Balogh

Senior assistant designer: Akhila Krishnan

Animators: Ninoslav Vrana, Dan Radley-Bemnnett

Assistant Designer: Gareth Damian-Martin

Programmer and associate designer: Nick Simmons

Assistant programmer and automation tracking: Dan Murfin

Live Action Shoot:

Director: Leo Warner & Nick Hytner

DoP: Vanessa Whyte

Camera Assistant/CIT: Chris Belcher

Producer: Akhila Krishnan

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ABOUT THIS PROJECT

Fifty Nine Productions has produced a short film with Richard Curtis in association with the Global Poverty Project, the United Nations and NASA, to mark the launch of the UN’s new Global Goals for Sustainable Development.

The film explores the idea that the best way for us to ensure the future safety of the planet is to think about the fact that the whole Earth is our home. Drawing on interviews with past and current astronauts, the film uses material from NASA’s extensive archive to show the Earth as viewed from space over the course of the last fifty years.

The film will be broadcast world wide as part of the coverage of the Global Citizen festival in Central Park, and will be screened to world leaders in the United Nations General Assembly.

 Watch the film exclusively at The Huffington Post



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