Eurosport | Ident Anger

Creative Director / Director : Sébastien Cannone
Executive Producer : Eric Nung
Line Producer : Aurélie Bruneau
Post-Producer : Guillaume Marien
VFX Supervisor : Frédéric Brandon
3D Lead : Sébastien Eballard
Production Company : Les Télécréateurs
Production Service : Stillking
Post-Production Company : Mathematic
Director of Photography : Nicolas Loir
Music : Massive Music

Glassworks & The Mill: Range Rover ‘Positively Charged’

Realização: Johnny Green

“The latest, greatest Range Rover Sport ad, “Positively Charged” visualises the vehicle’s creation in an apt feat of engineering and science. Directed by Johnny Green, with post-production by The Mill and Glassworks. Soundtrack — The Dead Texan: Aegina Airlines”

Newspaper Marketing Agency: Newspapers. Bringing Sport To Life in 2012

Ficha técnica:

Advertising Agency: McCann, London, UK
Creative Directors: Geoff Smith, Simon Butler
Art Director: Javier Gomez
Copywriter: Mike Oughton
Managing Partner: Kate Roskill
Account Manager: Freny Green
Agency Producer: Paula Mackersey
Director/ Production Co: Danny Vaia
Producer: Leigh Warner
Lead animator: Paddy Lerwill
VFX Supervisor: Matt Stevens
Sound Design: Tim Sutton, Chrome
Post Production: Disqo

Promo | BBC Sport ‘F1 Monaco Grand Prix’

CLIENT: BBC Sport
PROJECT: Brand Film

“If you want high living, fast living, then this is the name of the place and this is the name of the game.”

The BBC holds the broadcasting rights to the entire Formula 1 Racing calendar in the UK.

Prior to the race, a short film is often screened to set the tone and context of the event as well as building anticipation for the million-strong motor racing fans who are watching worldwide.

We pitched a concept to the BBC for the biggest spectacle on the F1 calendar: the Monaco Grand Prix.

Our concept for the Monaco Grand Prix focused on the parallels between the high-stakes world of Formula 1 and the glamour and intrigue of the casinos that are synonymous with Monaco.

The sequence features BBC presenter Jake Humphrey who was filmed in a chroma-key green studio, and then immersed in a graphically rendered environment of tumbling dice, cascading cards and kaleidoscoping racecars to evoke the stylised chic of vintage European poster design.

Our F1 Monaco Grand Prix 2011 film won the Royal Television Society Award for Graphic Design – Programme Content Sequences.

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