|Título||100 Days of Dark|
|Campaña||100 Days of Dark|
|Anunciante||Ford Motor Company|
|Fecha de primera difusión/publicación|
|Sinopsis||The nature of documentary filming, using real citizens of Svalbard meant no storyboards were created.;The inaccessibility of the arctic island also meant the director could not visit prior, with the recce carried out by a local fixer.;With so many unknowns, the director worked tirelessly to research & cast the protagonists to build a compelling narrative for the film. Understanding their hardships but also their passions and their reasons for being, even flourishing in this stygian landscape led the film production.;Bearing in mind the harsh environmental & production challenges, the direction of the project required a constant state of anticipation, prepared to respond and adapt to any tribulation or opportunity which arose.;Moments of unscripted beauty – such as immortalising a fleeting moment as a couple dance in an empty café, arm-in-arm, as if no one is watching enrich the human-interest and strengthen the emotive storytelling.;Entry Summary;The campaign was published across 14 markets. The narrative and human-focused storytelling was used to deliver a deeper cultural context to the audience. The international judging panel will have as much contextual information as the campaign audience.;Brief Explanation;Our film is based in Longyearbyen, the Arctic circle’s northernmost settlement: one of the harshest environments on earth.;Life’s hard for the people who live there, spending over 100 days of the year living in constant darkness.;At the centre of 4-minute documentary, our three residents take us along on their daily journeys in complete darkness and sub-zero temperatures. Our audience delves deep into the lives of our drivers: a carpenter, an airport ground controller and an arctic farmer. As we see our heroes at work and hear their individual stories, spoken in their own, unknowingly-inspirational words, whilst demonstrating the true capabilities of the Ranger – in a place you’d need to rely on it most.;So, who better to put the Ford Ranger Black Edition to the test than the drivers who really understand how tough darkness can be?|
|Responsable de la creación||Julian Watt|
|Director ejecutivo de creación||Lazaros Nikiforidis|
|Director creativo adjunto||Marcos Almirante|
|Director de fotografía||Jasper Spanning|
|Responsable de conceptos / redactor||Alexander Smith|
|Director artístico||Louise Shaw|
|Group Business Director||Sarah Rosser|
|Business Director||Ina Foelster|
|Responsable de cuentas de agencia||Alexander Palmer|
|Sound Designer||Toby Griffin|
|Empresa de creación sonora||Gramercy Park Studios|
|Music Prod Company||Rebel Music|
|VFX Supervisor||Stephen Miller|
|Post-production Producer||Annika Gustavsson|
|Postproducción||Gramercy Park Studios|
|Production Service Company||Jason Roberts Productions|
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