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Don’t Panic : Greenpeace 'The Little Explorer'
Don’t Panic’s latest work for Greenpeace follows its Cannes Lions and D&AD award-winning LEGO: Everything is NOT Awesome, which became a worldwide viral hit and helped force an end to Lego’s fifty-year partnership with Shell, worth £68 million.
Art Director: Anne Gry Skovdal
Creative: George McCullum, Alistair Griggs, Morgan Fiebig, Eva Steiner
Project Lead: Nisha Mullea
Additional Credits: The Little Explorer: Emily Dante
Director of Photography: David Wright
Director: Simon Mitchell
Producer: Charlie Miller
Pearlfisher: Jameson Irish Whiskey 'St Patrick’s Day bottle'
Creative Director: Sarah Cattle
Client Director: Joanna Peirce
Artist: James Earley
DigitasLBi: Plume Labs 'Pigeon Air Patrol'
Pigeon Air Patrol will be supported by Promoted Tweets as well as outreach activity to relevant influencers on Twitter.
Creative Director: Pierre Duquesnoy
Copywriter: Katie Carruthers
Additional Credits: Creative Strategy Director: Nikki Stammers
Managing Director: Matt Steward
Experience Director: Helen Fuchs
Head of Content & Distribution: Jasmin Kocur
Head of Content: Stuart Aitken
Content Strategist: Cirine Drira
Design Director: Ben Sandhu
Designer: Alan Chu
Creative Technologist: Kevin Mar-Molinero
Lead Technologist: Darryl Morton
Developer: Thomas Hill
Lead Producer: David Lamb
Production Co-ordinator: Mathilde Boulben
Technology Partner: Sebastien De Cock
Social Data Analyst: Claire Farrell
Pigeon Handler: Brian Woodhouse
Pigeon Advisor: Steve White
PR & Marketing Director: Julia Conroy
Aesop : HBO 'Game of Thrones Boxsets'
4Creative: Channel 4 'Underdog'
Made by Channel 4’s in-house, multi-award winning creative agency, 4Creative, the new series of brand films reveal that Underdog has secured his own chat show which features celebrity guests discussing their own experiences of working with Channel 4.
Creative: Joylon White, Richard Biggs
Additional Credits: Executive Producer: Shananne Lane
Business Director: Olivia Browne
Director: Neil Gorringe
Producer: Nicola Brown
Production Manager: Charlotte Jones
DOP: Tom Townend
1st AD: Marc Wilson
Costume Designer: Wiz Francis
Production Designer: Simon Davis
Puppeteer: Oliver Smart
Casting: Gail Stevens
Writer: Cein McGillicuddy
Offline Editor: Quin Williams @ TenThree Editors
Sound Design: Chris Southwell @ Unit
Post Production: MPC/Unit
Faster Horses: Uniqlo 'This Way to Utopia'
Fast Retailing’s Creative President, John Jay, said, ‘London is a very important market for any global retail business. It is the most diverse city in the world which makes it a creative and cultural utopia and we want to celebrate this and be part of it.’
The campaign, called This Way to Utopia, is a celebration of the vibrant cultural scene in London. It was conceived and produced by Faster Horses, a creative partnership founded by award-winning creative directors Sam Walker and Joe De Souza, and will include a roadblock TV ad and Oxford Street takeover.
Sam Walker of Faster Horses said: ‘It’s exciting to work on a great brand that’s not afraid to keep moving, evolving and challenging perceptions.’
The TV advertisement will air on 13 March, taking over a two-and-a-half-minute break during ‘Indian Summer’ on Channel 4. Bold and stylised, the film features some of the UK’s best young contemporary dancers, shot beautifully against unexpected locations around London. The choreographer was Lukas McFarlane, who won Sky 1’s ‘Got to Dance’ TV dance competition. The soundtrack is 'Madeleine' by Konstantin Sibold.
The out of home campaign will feature six cultural ambassadors, chosen by UNIQLO and reflecting the outstanding creativity, positivity and diversity of London in 2016 - all shot by world-class photographer, Rankin.
Creative Director: Sam Walker, Joe De Souza
Additional Credits: Production Company: Riff Raff
Director: Sam Walker
Producer: Gwilym Gwillim
Executive Producer: Matthew Fone
Director of Photography: Stephen Keith Roach
Editor: Joe Guest @ Final Cut
Post Production: Envy
Sound Design: Envy
Music: Madeleine by Konstantin Sibold
Print Producer: Helen Archer
Typography/Design: Tom Probert @ The Cabinet
Mural Illustrator: Jean Jullien
Digital Agency: Graphite
PR Agency: Exposure
MullenLowe London: Inspiring the Future 'Redraw the Balance'
Executive Creative Director: Richard Denney
Senior Creative Team: Katrina Encanto, Edgar Galang
Additional Credits: Account Director: Isobel Dighe
Agency Producer: Lucy Jay
Agency Designer: Ryan Self
Agency Editor: Martin Bridge
Production Company: Burger
Director: Matt Huntley
Producer: Alan Traquair
Line Producer: Simon Brooksbank
DOP: Tom Wright
Editor: Jack Foxton
Post Production: Unit
Audio Post Production: Unit
Chapter: Gill 'Brand refresh'
Taylor Herring: Samsung 'Everyday Illusions'
FCB Inferno: SKY Q 'DRTV Launch'
Copywriter: Ben Usher
Additional Credits: Account Director: Jon Mobbs, Bindy Bowden
Strategy: Marcus Richardson
TV Producer: Mandy Boyter, Rosie Hutchinson
Production Company: Academy Films
Executive Producer: Mark Whittlow-Williams
Director of Photography: Ben Magahy
VFX & Design: The Mill
Executive Producer: Misha Stanford-Harris
Shoot Supervisor: Hitesh Patel, Mike Chapman
2D Lead Artist: Gianluca Di Marci
3D Lead Artist: Adam Droy, Paul Donnellan
Colour: The Mill
Executive Producer, Colour: Dan Kreeger
Colourist: Seamus O’Kane
Sound: Angell Sound
Sound Designer: Nick Angell
Offline Editor: Nick Hindson – Assembly Rooms
DDB Stockholm: Klarna 'Smooth payments'
Copywriter: Martin Lundgren
Business Director: Jacob Sandström
Agency Producer: Mattias Bengtsson
Account Manager: Linda Bryttmar
Sound Design: Redpipe
VoiceOver: Michael Hayes, Soho Voices
Online DDB House: Lukas Thuvesson
Production Company: MJZ
Executive Producer: Helen Kenny
Producer: Yann Gorriz
Directed by The Perlorian Bros
CG and Post: Glassworks
Executive Producer: Jane Bakx
Producer: Christian Downes
CG animation & styling & lighting: Rüdiger Kaltenhauser
CG modelling & animation & lighting: Dan Hope
CG rigging: Martin Chatterjee
CG Modelling: Roman Vrbovsky
CG styling: Vaclav Cizkovsky
Compositing: Ally Burnett Grading: Jonny Thorpe
Adam&EveDDB: Lloyds Banking Group 'For your next step'
Executive Creative Director: Ben Tollett, Richard Brim
Managing Director: Mat Goff
Creative Director: James Gillham, Graham Cappi
Art Director: James Gillham
Copywriter: Graham Cappi
Additional Credits: Agency Producer: Victoria Bennett
Assistant Producer: Kendal Drake
Business Director: Charlie Elliott
Account Director: Gemma Cox/Alex Attfield
Designer/ Typographer: Alex Fairman, Scott Silvey
Media agency: Greenhouse (MEC)
Production Company: Rogue Productions
Executive Producer: Charlie Crompton
Head of Production: James Howland
Director: Sam Brown
D.O.P: Alex Barber
Production Designer: Andy Kelly
Editing Company: The Quarry
Editor: Paul Watts
Post Production: The Mill
Post Executive Producer: Ian Berry
Post Producer: Tom Manton
VFX Supervisor: Jonathan Westley/Gary Driver/Hitesh Patel
2D Lead Artist: Jonathan Westley/Gary Driver
2D Artist: Zoe Cassey-Hayes, Nina Mosand, Souhail Wilson, Ben Horvath, Siro Valente
3D Artist: Tom Raynor
Colourist: Seamus O’Kane
Audio Post Production: Wave Studios
Sound Designer: Aaron Reynolds
Track Title: Mad World
Composer: Roland Orzabal
Master Recording: Jennifer Ann
Publisher: Chrysalis Music Ltd
Master Rights: BMG Rights Management
Music Supervisor: Platinum Rye
WCRS: The Royal Navy 'Don’t Do the Everyday, Every Day'
Creative: Conrad Swanston, Alex Bingham
Additional Credits: Agency Producer: Eliot Liss, Millie Tett
Account Handling: Michael McConville, Ariel Haber
Planning: Liz Baines
Media Agency: MEC (Planning), Carat (Buying)
Production Company: Outsider
Director: Max Fisher
Producer: Jeremy Bannister
Editor: Rebecca Luff @ tenthree
Post Production: Creative Outpost (Grade: James Bamford @ The Mill)
Audio: Culum Simpson @ Jungle
Music: Onelung - 'Cinema 90’
Spark44: Jaguar 'The Arrival'
Creative Director: Martin Cox, John Sutcliffe, Pete Harle
Additional Credits: Agency Producer: Mondi Howard
Production Company: Smuggler
Director: Tom Hooper