Date: Nov 2020
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity) has launched a special animated film to bring to life the journey patients make from hospital to home at Christmas.

The film features Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) patient Mia, who was specially animated alongside her sister Amy. Both sisters were treated at the hospital years apart for the same rare condition, chronic demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP). Mia was just three weeks old when she was admitted to GOSH with the rare neurological condition, returning home just in time to meet her big sister on Christmas Eve.

The film is part of GOSH Charity’s ‘Home For Christmas’ campaign. Teams at GOSH work round the clock to ensure seriously ill children have the best chance of getting home to their families for Christmas. For those children who need to stay in for treatment over the festive season, staff go above and beyond to make the hospital feel like a ‘home from home’.


Client: GOSH Charity

Brand: GOSH Charity

Project/Campaign name: Home for Christmas

First Air Date: November 17 th 2020


Deputy Director (Brand & Content – Hospital and Charity) - Nick Radmore

Digital Content Manager - Charlotte Young

Brand Manager - Miranda Williams

Head of Digital Engagement - Dave O’Carroll

Filmmaker and Photographer - John Stead

Senior Innovator - Oliver Field

Senior Business Development Executive - Amy Perkins

Creative Agency: adam&eveDDB

Chief Creative Officer: Richard Brim

Executive Creative Director/s: Mike Sutherland and Ant Nelson

Creative: Simone Warme and Jeppe Vidstrup

Agency producer/s:

TV/Online: Nikki Cramphorn

Print/Digital/OOH: Chris Battye

Joint CEO: Mat Goff

Managing Partner: Charlotte Wolfenden

Executive Strategy Director – Nick Hirst

Planner/s: Stuart Williams, John Blight

Business Director/s: Jo Lorimer

Account Director/s: Bea Kenyon-Jones

Account Manager/s: Dorothy Tang

Project Manager: Lara Harper, Clare Dimmock

Senior Paralegal: Trine Odin

Business Affairs: Gemma Davies

King Henry Design:

Designer: Paul Knowles

Design Studio Manager: Rob Wallis

Senior Creative Artworker/Deputy Studio Manager: Dave Callow

King Henry Retouch:

Studio Manager: Dan Sandles

Retouch: Gemma Lawton


Studio Manager: Marc Dolby

Artworkers: Tony Hutton & Jonny Young

Gutenberg Digital:

Studio Manager: Richard Bryne

Digital Designer: Simon Wright

Media agency: Hearts & Science

Media planner/s:

Production company: Partizan Films

Executive Producer: Duncan Gaman

Producer: Leo Green

Director: Marlies Van Der Wel

Animators: Marlies Van Der Wel, Manuel Ferrari, Taco Potma

Illustration & Design: Marlies Van Der Wel

Background Illustration: Freek Verhagen

UGC Post Production: Untold Studios

Post Producer : Ian Berry

Cain & Abel – James Ireland

Sound Design & Mix : James Utting – Factory

Audio Producer – Lucy Spong

Soundtrack Name and Composer: Home Sweet Home – Pieter de Graaf