Project Extraordinary was created by WiLD Studios, with the support of WWF Global and UN Environment.  




WiLD Studios is the short-film production arm of global production house and multi award-winning wildlife and documentary filmmakers NHNZ (Natural History New Zealand). Established in late 2017, WiLD Studios produces cinematic content – from 30 seconds to 30 minutes – strengthening connections between brands, wildlife and our big, beautiful planet. We don’t just film wildlife, but that’s definitely where our passion and expertise lies.

We tap into NHNZ’s production units, 80+ directors and camera crew, located in key wildlife and stunning nature destinations. From Antarctica, mainland China, Siberian desert, Brazil, Sahara Desert to the Amazon Jungle. No matter how extreme the conditions, whether its -45°C temperatures in Antarctica or +45°C  in the Amazon jungle. Fixers in all these locations, with  local knowledge and connections. Back in our offices down in the South Island of New Zealand, there are 16 state-of-the-art online and offline editing suites, sound studios, editorial suites,  and world-class technicians.





UNEP is the leading global environmental authority that sets the global environmental agenda, promotes the coherent implementation of the environmental dimension of sustainable development within the United Nations system, and serves as an authoritative advocate for the global environment.

Their mission is to provide leadership and encourage partnership in caring for the environment by inspiring, informing, and enabling nations and peoples to improve their quality of life without compromising that of future generations. Each year they host several environmental conventions, secretariats and inter-agency coordinating bodies. UN Environment is led by Executive Director Erik Solheim and Deputy Executive Director Ibrahim Thiaw.  



WWF-New Zealand part of the WWF Global - one of the world's largest and most respected independent conservation organisations, with more than 5 million supporters and a global network active in over 100 countries. WWF's mission is to stop the degradation of the earth's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, by conserving the world's biological diversity, ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable, and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.

For more than half a century, WWF has been working to protect the world's species and natural places, pushing for a more sustainable world. By working with local communities, governments, businesses, and other NGOs, WWF is defining new ways of working that will make a difference at a scale that matters to help redefine humanity’s relationship with the planet.