Hollywood Honors UN Secretary General
RatPac Entertainment 50’s themed event gathered about 200 celebrity guests at Brett Ratner’s private Beverly Hills residence on August 10th for quite an extraordinary cause. The evening emceed by Larry King, brought Kevin Tsujihara, Stevie Wonder, Sharon Stone, Mariah Carey, Naomi Campbell among others to honor U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
The centerpiece of the star-studded event was the announcement of miniseries ‘In Harm’s Way’, A humanitarian-focused project of RatPac in partnership with the U.N. After 5 years of idea developing, writer-producer David Raymond will bring to life dramatization of true stories of U.N. staff in several episode-season focused on historic crisis in different location.
Ban Ki-moon has a special vision of the great force for positive change that Hollywood community can be. A few years back, Creative Community Outreach initiative was launched under his supervision, aimed to collaborate with content creators to raise awareness of global issues. This time, he spoke about the world in trouble and moviemakers’ power to reach millions with the message of peace.
Brett Ratner and James Packer producing the narrative project about U.N. is a loud statement of proof, that visual entertainment industry is shifting big time. RatPac hopes to start production of the first season in the beginning of 2017.
8月10日，约200名人宾客在贝佛利山庄布莱特·拉特纳的私人住宅参加RatPac娱乐50周年主题晚会。晚会Larry King、brought Kevin Tsujihara、Stevie Wonder、Sharon Stone、Mariah Carey、Naomi Campbell及联合国秘书长潘基文出席。
星光熠熠的核心是迷你剧《In Harm’s Way》，RatPac项目关注于人道主义与联合国合作5年以后的发展,编剧David Raymond将生活的真实故事改编成戏剧，联合国工作人员在若干节点不同位置关注历史问题。
Brett Ratner 和James Packer 合作的联合国项目是一个响亮的语句叙述项目证明,视觉娱乐产业大时代。RatPac希望第一阶段在2017年初开始运作。