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Curious Films – The Wilderness Society

Zoë Bell’s latest spot, “Save Ugly” for The Wilderness Society, boasts an A-list cast with the likes of Rosario Dawson, Cate Blanchett and Joel Edgerton. A three-minute musical comedy, it’s a bold conservation effort that uses humour to connect with everyday Australians. Rather than focus on the endangered favourites such as Pandas and Tigers, Save Ugly campaigns for the ugly critters that are crucial to our eco systems. These puppets aren’t cute though. They’re butt ugly, and that’s the point. There’s a Ghost

 

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