Client:
The Rockefeller Foundation
Deliverables:
Development
Content Creation
Production
Brand Strategy
Distribution
The Rockefeller Foundation

The Rockefeller Foundation awarded ten global finalists nearly a quarter million dollars each to jump start their visions for a better future.

Knowing that we had to highlight stories of hope, we took inspiration from Walt Disney’s quote “If you can dream it, you can do it.” We translated this thesis onto the screen through our visuals: what we see through our camera lens, how VFX brings life to the data, and the text we use to bring context to the screen. With the Covid-19 crisis beginning immediately after the engagement started, now more than ever, an optimistic view of the future was needed. New approaches to every element of the documentary process had to be created from the ground up in order to allow physical production to occur across five continents and eight countries in a single calendar year.

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Data Visualization

Knowing that our audience would be world leaders, policy makers, and the world at large; we had to craft a narrative that simultaneously engaged and informed each audience.

Data Visualization

Knowing that our audience would be world leaders, policy makers, and the world at large; we had to craft a narrative that simultaneously engaged and informed each audience.

Data Visualization

Knowing that our audience would be world leaders, policy makers, and the world at large; we had to craft a narrative that simultaneously engaged and informed each audience.

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Data Visualization

Knowing that our audience would be world leaders, policy makers, and the world at large; we had to craft a narrative that simultaneously engaged and informed each audience.

Data Visualization

Knowing that our audience would be world leaders, policy makers, and the world at large; we had to craft a narrative that simultaneously engaged and informed each audience.

Data Visualization

Knowing that our audience would be world leaders, policy makers, and the world at large; we had to craft a narrative that simultaneously engaged and informed each audience.

Interviews

Global problems require international explanations. English speaking visionaries served as the guiding voice for each documentary, with supplementary insight given by local stakeholders speaking a variety of languages.

Interviews

Global problems require international explanations. English speaking visionaries served as the guiding voice for each documentary, with supplementary insight given by local stakeholders speaking a variety of languages.

Interviews

Global problems require international explanations. English speaking visionaries served as the guiding voice for each documentary, with supplementary insight given by local stakeholders speaking a variety of languages.

Interviews

Global problems require international explanations. English speaking visionaries served as the guiding voice for each documentary, with supplementary insight given by local stakeholders speaking a variety of languages.

Interviews

Global problems require international explanations. English speaking visionaries served as the guiding voice for each documentary, with supplementary insight given by local stakeholders speaking a variety of languages.

Interviews

Global problems require international explanations. English speaking visionaries served as the guiding voice for each documentary, with supplementary insight given by local stakeholders speaking a variety of languages.