For Barclays via Zing* Silver World Medal New York Festivals Our film won the Silver World Award at the 2016 New York Festivals! Barclays needed its employees to understand that an audit trail is only as strong as its weakest link. We created a short film for them that was to the point, high on metaphor, and created entirely in beautiful CGI.
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For HSBC via zing* Bronze World Medal New York Festivals This films is designed to highlight the growing ways that fraudsters target credit and debit cards. Watch as various gangsters and hoodlums try their very best to capture ‘The Card’ – meanwhile he falls in love, marries Cardette, and they have small cards of their own. They live happily ever after. All together now, ahhhhh.
For Lloyds Banking Group via The Edge Picture Company Gold Winner IVCA Awards Silver Winner New York Festivals A bank clerk discovers she can travel back in time and fix her past mistakes. Spot created all the time travel effects, which were shot on location against green-screen.
For The Jameel Foundation via The Edge Picture Company Grand Prix The New York Film Festivals Grand Award World Media Festival Award Gold The New York Film Festivals Gold US International Film & Video Festival Gold Cannes Media Awards Gold Winner IVCA Awards Gold World Media Festival Award Silver US International Film & Video Festival Silver The New York Film Festivals Starring Sir Ben Kingsley, The Library of Secrets enlightens…
For Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council via The Edge Picture Company Gold Winner New York Festivals The auditorium was filmed in the middle day with a handful of actors. Spot transformed this into an epic night scene, complete with a huge cinema screen and an audience of thousands. We also created the cinema screen contents, as well as (strangely) an extra beard. Can you spot it?
For Al Khaleej Gas via The Edge Picture Company Bronze Winner New York Festivals Spot coordinated the visual effects for this excellent high-end sequence. Camera-matching the shots, we created a stream of light that flies through the city, illuminating all in its path.
For Statoil via Jack Morton Worldwide Bronze Winner at New York Film & Video Festival An animated film which uses a clean graphic style and voice-over to show the challenges facing the industry sector. By looking at such diverse challenges as the pressure to reduce climate change, the competition to find new resources, the constraints in refining capacity, and the need to be at the forefront of technological innovation this film ultimately…
For Shell via Jack Morton Worldwide Platinum winner Marcom Creative Awards Gold Winner US International Film Festival Gold Winner New York Film & Video Festival Silver Winner IVCA Awards An engaging recruitment film for Shell Petroleum. This animated film was used to promote graduate recruitment opportunities at Shell. The character animation not only conveys Shell’s scale and significance at a fraction of the cost of a live action film, but also managed to charm…
For The London Olympic Bid via Hawkshead Gold Winner IVCA Silver Winner New York Film & Video Festival Silver Winner US International Film Festival This film made up part of the successful Olympic Bid Package. Initially used during Lord Coe’s presentation in Singapore, it was repeated triumphantly on massive screens all around London’s Trafalgar Square the day it was announced that London had won its bid to host the 2012 Olympic Games.