“Rohingya – Space on Earth” has been awarded with a wood pencil at D&AD for non-fiction film.
This short film from director Dan Nathan tells the important and devastating story of over half a million displaced Rohingya children, in need of “Space On Earth” to live.
Last year nearly a million Rohingya were forced to flee their homes and seek refuge in Bangladesh. Among them are 500,000 children; they now live in the biggest refugee camp in the world. Produced through Outsider in collaboration with Ogilvy and leading NGO BRAC.
Graded at Jogger Studios London by and edited by Julian Tranquille at Cut+Run London.