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Отрасль Телекоммуникационные услуги
Медиа ТВ и Кино, Диджитал
Рынок Великобритания
Агенство BBH London
Creative Director Carl Broadhurst
Creative Felipe Guimaraes, Lambros Charalambous
Продакшен агенство Rogue Films
Director Sam Brown
Сервис агентство The Mill
Выпущено марта 2017


LIA Awards 2017
Production & Post-Production Visual Effects Gold Winner

Кредитсы и описание

Virgin Media, Fibre Broadband, Delivering Awesome, made for BBH by Rogue, directed by Sam Brown
Title: Tunnels/ Delivering Awesome
Category: Electronics, Technology
Client: Virgin Media
Media: Film
Country: United Kingdom
Advertising Agency: Bbh London, Uk
Creative Team: Lambros Charalambous
Creative Director: Carl Broadhurst
Creative team: Felipe Guimaraes
Agency Producer: Georgina Kent
Production Company: Rogue
Director: Sam Brown
Executive Producer: Charlie Crompton
Director of Photography: Tom Townsend
Director of Photography: Thomas Townend
Post-Production Company: The Mill, London
Post-Producer: Tom Manton
VFX Company: The Mill, London
Creative Director: Jonathan ‘Wes’ Westley
VFX Supervisors: Jonathan ‘Wes’ Westley/Adam Droy
VFX Producer: Tom Manton
Lead Artists: Jonathan ‘Wes’ Westley/Adam Droy
Flame Artists: John Thornton/Milo Paterson/Grant Conner/Sole Martin/Joseph Tang
Animation Company: The Mill, London
Animators: Joshua Barlow/Jesus Parra/Aziz Kocanaogullari/Daniel Kmet
Animation Producer: Tom Manton
Editing Facility: Final Cut, London
Editor: Amanda James
Assistant Editor: Leila Gabi
Colour Company: The Mill, London
Colourist: Seamus O’Kane
Date: March, 2017
The cast of characters spans movies, gaming, TV and real-life sports, and includes Iron Lord Hunter from Activision's "Destiny," Donatello from "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," muppets, superheroes, astronauts and more -- as well as Usain Bolt (Virgin Media's ongoing pitchman) and players from Southampton Football Club. They're all running, riding and cavorting to the strains of "Misirlou," by Dick Dale and the Del Tones, best known from the "Pulp Fiction" soundtrack. Eventually, we see the Virgin Media cable guy listening to their riotous sounds down the line before plugging the new customers in.