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Industry Supermarkets
Media Film, Digital, Interactive & Mobile
Market Ireland
Agency Chemistry Dublin
Executive Creative Director Mike Garner
Copywriter Donal O’ Higgins
Production Antidote
Director Ken Wardrop
Released May 2017

Credits & Description

Agency: Chemistry
Client: Lidl TrolleyCam
Client Service: Dee Gunning, Audrey Farrelly, Emma Spicer
Planning Director: Sinead Cosgrove
Agency Producer: Fiona McGarry
Executive Creative Director: Mike Garner
Deputy Creative Director: Robert Boyle
Copywriter: Donal O’ Higgins
Digital Strategy: Lynsey Paisley
Production Company: Antidote
Director: Ken Wardrop
Executive Producer: Andrew Freedman
Production Coordinator: Paula Stewart
Lead Researcher: Brian Raftery
Cinematographer: Roman Bugovskiy
Cinematographer: JJ Rolfe
Production Design: Joe Fallover

Post Production: Windmill Lane Studios
Editor: John O’Connor
Assistant Editor: Mark Pigott
Colourist: Matt Branton
Flame Artist: Ian Jacobs
Graphics: Shayne Murphy

Original, composed by John Hardy "Full Shop"
Copyright Title: “Hey Soul Sister”
Writers: Monahan/Bjoerklund/Lind
Rearranged by Sponge Music
Voiceover: Bob Kelly
Recording Studio: Number 4 Studios, Dublin
Sound Engineer: Mark Henry
Chemistry’s ‘TrolleyCam’ campaign reveals Lidl shoppers’ relatable and comedic interactions, shot by award-winning documentary filmmaker
Every trolley tells one hundred stories, which is why Chemistry is turning the lens on the public and getting up close and personal for Lidl’s new full shop campaign, TrolleyCam.
Drawing inspiration from the soaring popularity of reality TV, the global supermarket chain and Irish agency filmed customers as they carried out their weekly full shop, capturing highly-relatable comedic moments that occur between families and friends as they bicker and banter through the aisles.
Shows such as Gogglebox and First Dates prove the public’s insatiable hunger for observing people doing ordinary things, and Lidl’s new campaign taps into this masterfully. Award-winning documentary filmmaker, Ken Wardrop, brings his natural flair for capturing relaxed and relatable interactions.
In a continuation of Chemistry’s partnership with Lidl, this latest spot builds on last year’s Christmas ‘Homecoming’ campaign. For TrolleyCam, the team opted for an off-the-wall approach, with no brief and no actors - just real shoppers captured in a fresh, engaging, and authentic way. Filming in four stores across Ireland, the team selected real people that represent the broad range of Lidl’s clientele, shining a light on people at different life-stages.
Since bursting onto the scene in 2000, Lidl has been steadily disrupting the grocery market. Such is its popularity and command of the market that close to seven in 10 Irish people now claim to do some or all their shop at Lidl.
Chemistry worked closely with Lidl to design a campaign that operates on several layers of engagement. The film is supported by a dedicated, custom-developed website, full of inspiring recipes, where customers can browse the shopping bags or favourite meals of the people featured in the campaign. Carefully designed to offer shoppers genuine insight on how to get the most out of their shop, the supermarket has enrolled an econometrician as a full shop ambassador, who is responsible for supplying further content to provide shoppers with ideas and insights.
The campaign is now live throughout Ireland on TV, online, print, radio, digital, and OOH platforms.