Growing A World Wonder (VR/360)
Films • 4m 33s
The Great Green Wall is an incredible, generation-defining project, yet the wider world seems to know very little about it. This film was created to change that, sharing its story in a way that feels spectacular, but also tangible on a human level. The Great Green Wall won’t be completed for a generation and for many of us it’s thousands of miles away, but with ‘Growing a World Wonder’, you can visit it right now, wherever you are.
Director: Richard Nockles
Producer: Mitch Turnball
2015 | 4 min
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