DJ Stout and designer Stu Taylor in Pentagram’s Austin office have designed the poster forthat will make its debut at the this Saturday, March 12.
The new documentary was produced by the Nobelity, a film about global problems such as energy, hunger, land mines and climate change. The Nobel laureates featured in that film included Desmond Tutu, Wangari Maathai, Ahmed Zewail, Steven Chu (current U.S. Secretary of Energy), Harold Varmus, Steven Weinberg, Muhammad Yunus, Amartya Sen, Jody Williams, Sir Joseph Rotblat and Richard Smalley. Turk then spent three years traveling to five continents and twenty countries filming a sequel, One Peace at a Time, which focused on solutions in the areas of water, nutrition, education, health care, opportunity, environment and peace., a non-profit organization founded by Turk and his wife Christy Pipkin in 2006. After interviewing nine Nobel laureates, Turk directed his first documentary,
Turk’s third film, Building Hope, chronicles the construction of Mahiga Hope High School, in rural Kenya. In 2009, The Nobelity Project, in partnership with Architecture for Humanity, received an award from the , an architectural grant to help build the school—the first high school in the area—and the award-winning Mahiga Rainwater Court, a basketball court and rain water collection facility that provides clean drinking water for the high school and the community. Through drought, flood, and fundraising challenges, Building Hope tells the story of the construction of Mahiga Hope High School, and the connection between a thousand people in the United States and a small African community working to create a better future for their children.
“The chalkboard solution quickly communicates the idea that this is a movie about building a school, and it also gave us a way to explain the idea of the Rainwater Court with a simple little sketch,” says Stout.Via:http://pentagram.com/en/new/2011/03/building-hope.php