Client: Unilever
Date: Jun 2019
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Unilever’s 'United We Stand,' claims to be a first-of-its-kind Pride campaign.

Partnering with agency RanaVerse, Unilever saw the opportunity to turn over the status of being an “official WorldPride sponsor” to six grassroots organizations, which otherwise would not have had access to a corporate Pride sponsorship.

As part of the campaign, Unilever and RanaVerse created films for each organization, each featuring a different ambassador. The films are directed by Tourmaline, a passionate advocate for the trans community.

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Campaign and Creative Direction: RanaVerse

Directed by: Tourmaline

Styling: Chris Campbell

Production: 19th & Park

Casting: Jill Demling and Jack Mizrahi

Hair: Andrita Renee

Make Up: Dorothy Peterson

Stills: Tyrell Hampton