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Open Letter

In advance of the COP21, United Nations Climate Change conference in Paris this November, Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project launches a two minute film Directed by Richard Bullock, of Hungry man production company. The idea was a simple yet powerful one; demand that the world leaders attending the UN’s climate change conference listen, talk and take action on Climate change now. The threat of climate change has never been more urgent. But the way forward has never been more clear. The film is an honest representation of the people around the globe who desperately need their leaders to listen. Richard Bullock’s film was shot in 13 countries over two months this summer: Australia, Philippines, India, Maldives, U.S.A, France, England, Scotland, South Africa, Tanzania, Bahamas, Mexico and Mongolia. The focus for the majority of the filming was in areas affected by climate change, told by those experiencing the sobering reality’s first hand. Including key environmental activists, and people already taking positive action.

Advertiser

Advertiser: Climate Reality Project

Art Director: Matt Kubis

Producer: Lisa Effress

Creative Agency

Copywriter: Jim Heekin

Music and Sound

Composer: Daniel Alcheh & Elliot Hunt

Producer: Whitney Carr

Offline

Edit Assistant: Ashley Herbertson

Editor: Herman Nieuwoudt

Post Production / VFX

Colourist: Dave Ludlam

Executive Producer: Thatcher Peterson

Post Production House: The Mill LA

Producer: Ali Struck

Production Coordinator: Diane Valera

Production Company

Director: Richard Bullock

DOP: Peter Eastgate

Executive Producer: Matt Buels, Nancy Hacohen, Dan Duffy

Head of Production: Jackie Sextro

Producer: Jack Beardsley

Producers: Australian Producer: Peter Knowles

Production Company: Hungry Man

Genre: Dialogue, Documentary, People