The well-known music group U2 contributed to the new audio-visual project created and produced by Brici Entertainment for Hospice Casa Sperantei (Hospice House of Hope), a two movies – a 3 minutes one and a 60 seconds one – exclusively produced for the NGO that freely takes care of children and adults with incurable diseases in Bucharest and Brasov.
U2 members, moved by the movie and by the humanitarian causes, decided to offer for free the rights to use their hit song “One”
The movie is part of a fundraising campaign for Hospice’s patients and can be seen on foundation’s website.
When we offered our services to Hospice Casa Sperantei, we wished for an impactfull project that will gather attention over this great humanitarian cause
It was very important for us that we managed to obtain the help of the greatest musicians in the world, not only for what they represent, but also because this project involves a great deal of people from different countries, that offered their time and talent so this message can be expressed: Hospice Casa Sperantei offers free support for patients suffering of incurable diseases, no matter if they are children or adults.
WE think the movie shows the love the patients are taken cared of at Hospice, both by doctors and nurses, and also the encouraging stories of the children and adults we met; we hope this movie will help Hospice in their effort to gather funds.
The people that contributed to the project are Sharon Callaly – Principal Management Dublin, Colin Smith – Universal/ Mercury Music London and Paul McGuinness and U2. Also, the project wouldn’t have been possible without Mark Walton, president and creative director Brici Entertainment, Andrei Baltareţu, image director, Silviu Mustatea, editing and Andrei Oana, production.
Brici Entertainment is a Romanian independent company that creates advertising and marketing solutions for national and international clients. Also, the company is active in the movie and TV content sector.