'The Prince's Rainforest Project' by Hurrell Moseley Dawson and Grimmer

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Famous names make a plea for the future of the world's rainforests as the Prince of Wales launches a campaign to raise awareness of his new Rainforest Project.

Prince Charles and his sons, William and Harry pledge their support to preserving the world's rainforests, and urge others to do the same.

A line-up of famous faces, including the Dalai Lama and Robin Williams, as well as children from around the world, also lend their support to the campaign.

Each individual appears in the film with an animated frog - the symbol of the campaign.

For more information go to www.rainforestSOS.org.

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Released: 05 May 2009

Credits

Project name
The Prince's Rainforest Project

Copywriter
Al Moseley, John Gibson and Erik Weidenhielm

Art director

Al Moseley, John Gibson and Erik Weidenhielm

Planner
Neil Dawson

Production company
Rattling Stick and Epoch

Director
Daniel Kleinman and Al Moseley

Editor
John Smith at the Whitehouse

Post-production company
Framestore

Audio post-production company
Factory

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