Stop Ivory Film Going Going Gone by J. Walter Thompson London

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Industry Charities, Foundations, Volunteers, Environmental & Animal Issues
Media Film
Market United Kingdom
Agency J. Walter Thompson London
Executive Creative Director Lucas Peon
Creative Director David Masterman, Cristiano Neves
Creative James Lucking, Will Wright
Production Snapper Films
Director James Lawes
Released May 2018

Credits & Description

Media: TV
Category: Public interest
Client: Stop Ivory
Agency: JWT London
Production: Snapper Films
Country: United Kingdom
Project name: GOING GOING GONE
Client and Job Title: Stop Ivory - John Stephenson, CEO Stop Ivory
Creative agency: J. Walter Thompson London
Executive Creative Director: Lucas Peon
Creative Director: David Masterman / Cristiano Neves
Creatives: Will Wright and James Lucking
TV Producer: Tash Bedford
Planner: Stephen Son
Account Director: Claire Banks / Charlotte Humphries
Project Manager: Katie Oldfield
Designers: Jordan Dicks and Bryan Riddle
Retoucher: John Proudfoot
Production Company: Snapper Films
Director: James Lawes
Executive Producer: Helen Hadfield
Producer: Jessica Turner
Director of Photography: Malte Rosenfeld
Production Manager: Rosie Pike
Art Director: Jerry Bland

Editorial Company: Whitehouse Post
Editor: James Forbes-Robertson
VFX Company: The Mill
VFX Supervisors: Ian Berry and Colin Oaten
Telecine Artist: James Bamford
Sound Company: Wave Studios
Sound Designers: Ed Downham and Ned Sisson
Sound Producer: Jenn Sanders
Music Company: CORD
Composer: Luke Farmer
Photographer: Andy Rudak
Published: May 2018
Following the recent and welcome announcement that the UK government is planning to ban ivory trading, conservation charity Stop Ivory is keeping up the fight to see the proposals for a comprehensive ban written into UK law, and is challenging other nations to follow suit, with a hard-hitting new campaign.
Most people do not make the connection that when they buy ivory, whether a tiny trinket or larger item, the source is invariably a butchered elephant. The UK Government recently announced plans for a strict UK ivory ban, but there are still many countries where trading ivory is permitted.
With the convening of the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference 2018 in London in October, this campaign seeks to use a critical opportunity to appeal to all countries that still trade ivory to follow the UK’s lead and implement a ban, as well as urge the UK government to pass their proposal into written law as soon as possible.