TED Film, Digital A.I. Therapy by Mother London

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A.I. Therapy

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Industry Shows, Events & Festivals
Media Film, Digital, Interactive & Mobile
Market United Kingdom
Agency Mother London
Copywriter James Ross-Edwards
Released April 2018

Credits & Description

Media: Web Film
Category: Other
Client: TED
Agency: Mother, London
Country: United Kingdom
Director: Emerald Fennell
Director: Chris Vernon
Copywriter: James Ross-Edwards
Producer: Josh Hillman
DoP: Benjamin Kracun
1st Assistant Director: Emma Pounds
Production Design: Jessica Sutton
Hair & Make Up: Sally Miura
Wardrobe: Naomi Hodgkin
Casting: Ali Fearnley
Focus Puller: Paul Joseph Dain
Loader: Stephanie Kennedy
Gaffer: Richard Burnell
VFX Supervisor: Jon Trussler
Sound Operator: Will Morely
Production Assistant: Georgie Orpin
Art Assistant: Carlota Cabera
Playback Operator: Mickey Richards
DIT: Huw Caddy
Grip: Jack Jackson
Spark: Thomas Northam
Runner: Charlie Woods
Editor: Myles McAuliffe
VFX: Coffee & TV
Grade: Simona Cristea
Music: Jon Clarke
Music: SIREN
Sound: Jack Hallett
Sound:Factory Studios
Design: Jon Gregory
Agency Producer: Yuki Yamakado
Assistant Agency Producer: Julia Fish
Strategist: Imogen Carter
Legal: Evan Graham
Legal: Rollo Price
Executive Producer: Mike Clear
Executive Producer: Matt Craigie Atherton
Executive Producer: Ana Balarin
Executive Producer: Hermeti Balarin
Published: April 2018
Synopsis:
TED launches original films, each commissioned to help bring TED's theme in 2018, The Age of Amazement, to life. The films have been produced by leading creative film makers from around the world and premiered on the TED main conference stage in Vancouver 10th-14th April, before going to broader distribution. Building on the nature of TED, this film takes a different view about the future possibilities of The Age of Amazement. Intended to set the mood for each section of TED content, the films are designed to be both entertaining and thought provoking.
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