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UNIT9's Cole Paviour Captures Eye-Opening FIlm 'Our Future Under Fire'

Made in partnership with Richard Curtis, International Rescue Committee's film aims to help raise ecological awareness and help humanity in decades to come

UNIT9's Cole Paviour Captures Eye-Opening FIlm 'Our Future Under Fire'

The International Rescue Committee and UNIT9 Films Director Cole Paviour have partnered with Project Everyone and Richard Curtis—renowned filmmaker and advocate for the sustainable development goals set by the United Nations—to create a short film that explains how world leaders can turn the tables on extreme poverty, injustice and climate change.

In 2015, world leaders agreed to1 7 goals, as referenced by the 17 tables in the film, for a better world by 2030. These goals have the power to end poverty, fight inequality and stop climate change.

Guided by the goals, it is now up to all of us, governments,businesses, civil society and the general public to work together to build abetter future for everyone. Learn more on why we must act now to achieve critical sustainable development goals by 2030 at


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Advertiser: International Rescue Committee

Brand: Project Everyone

Executive Producer: Richard Curtis

Creative Agency

Producer: Carmela Vitale

Creatives: Alice Burton, Amy Fasey

Production Company

Production Company: UNIT9 Films

Executive Producer: Andrew Davies

Director: Cole Paviour

DOP: Carl Burke

Producer: Helen Dulay

Production Assistants: Giacomo Vigliar

Gaffer: Barry Keegan

Food Stylist: Kelly Bowers

Music Composer: Joe Skinner @ Native

1st AD: Ezra Sumner

Production Manager: Nu Nevzat

Production Designer: Jess Elcock


Editor: Suga Suppiah

Post Production / VFX

Post Production Company: Envy

Flame Artists: Dean Wyles

Colourist: Danny Wood

Producer: Richard Hawkins


Composer: Joe Skinner (Native)


sound designer: Chris Turner (Jungle)