Project Everyone’s planet-saving reminders
The not-for-profit set up by Richard Curtis to promote the UN’s 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development releases a powerful spot urging world leaders to stick to their targets before it's too late.
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- Agency Accenture Song/London
- Production Company nineteentwenty
- Director Ludo Fealy
- Sound & Music Mcasso Music
- Producer Carol Oakley
- Head of Design Simon Wakeman
- 2D VFX Supervisor Rod Norman
- 3D VFX Supervisor Ben Revens
Created by Accenture Song and directed Ludo Fealy, through nineteentwenty, the film, titled The World’s To-Do List, shows the 17 Goals, which governments promised to achieve by 2030, represented as giant sticky notes flying off from iconic locations around the world.
The notes eventually converge at the United Nations Secretariat itself as a powerful reminder of what still needs to happen. The film features a version of Bob Dylan’s song Blowin’ in the Wind - sung by up-and-coming artist Cloves - to underline the key message that the answers are not ‘blowing in the wind’, they are set out in the Global Goals and leaders at the UN General Assembly are the ones who can make them happen.
This week the film was shown at the United Nations General Assembly – which was held face-to-face for the first time in three years, with 193 of the world's leaders in attendance.
Richard Curtis, co-founder of Project Everyone said: “It’s never been more crucial that world leaders and the world at large rallies behind the SDGs. They are the World’s To Do List – a blueprint for a better world - and it’s time they’re prioritised and leaders come together to get them done.”