Choose to See

2014: A short child slavery awareness film directed by Mary Nighy for The Thomson Reuters Foundation. Filmed (July - Sept 2014) and on James' birthday, Aug 24. Premiered on 19 Nov 2014 at the TrustWomen Conference in London and the video was launched online shortly after. The video aired on CNBC America, CNBC Europe, Asia, IBN India reaching 108 million households around the world.
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Aug. 24 2014: James took the ice bucket challenge today, on his birthday! http://instagram.com/p/sFMNIPugaV/?modal=true http://instagram.com/p/sFL44AOgZ5/?modal=true

Aug. 24 2014: James took the ice bucket challenge today, on his birthday! http://instagram.com/p/sFMNIPugaV/?modal=true http://instagram.com/p/sFL44AOgZ5/?modal=true

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August 24. 2014: carlo71985 (Carl Owen) on instagram posted:  "Me and James D'Arcy on set today really nice bloke" Carl is the guy with the child bride at the end of the film

August 24. 2014: carlo71985 (Carl Owen) on instagram posted: "Me and James D'Arcy on set today really nice bloke" Carl is the guy with the child bride at the end of the film

Thomson Reuters Foundation http://www.trust.org/item/20141114170239-406aj/?source=search

Highlighting the grim realities of modern-day child slavery, this strategic short film ‘Choose to See’ from The Thomson Reuters Foundation is certain to open audience’s eyes to slavery. Directed by Mary Nighy at White Lodge. Edited by Sally Cooper.

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Highlighting the grim realities of modern-day child slavery, this strategic short film ‘Choose to See’ from The Thomson Reuters Foundation is certain to open audience’s eyes to slavery. Directed by Mary Nighy at White Lodge. Edited by Sally Cooper.

Watch Choose to See on Vimeo

Watch Choose to See on Vimeo

Watch Choose to See on Vimeo

Highlighting the grim realities of modern-day child slavery, this strategic short film ‘Choose to See’ from The Thomson Reuters Foundation is certain to open audience’s eyes to slavery. Directed by Mary Nighy at White Lodge. Edited by Sally Cooper.

Highlighting the grim realities of modern-day child slavery, this strategic short film ‘Choose to See’ from The Thomson Reuters Foundation is certain to open audience’s eyes to slavery. Directed by Mary Nighy at White Lodge. Edited by Sally Cooper.

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