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A million miles is a long way. It’s driving around Earth forty times. It’s traveling to the moon, and back again, with room to spare.
With this film director Anthony Dickenson set out to embody
the relentless million-mile journey that helped mould the
Lexus GS, letting the audience viscerally experience just what
that means. That journey is distilled into a
stylised straight-line run across the surface of our planet.
Anthony created a unique visual language by combining
self-developed 'in-camera' techniques with seamless post production
(Time Based Arts). The result is a subtly stylised filmic
piece that has wonderfully smooth camera movements,
time-lapsing skies, but also includes live action, allowing it
to have a human touch that time-lapse alone can distance you
from. All of these elements are joined together in a flowing,
continuous journey. The script was written by Neil Clarke and Jay
Phillips at CHI. The spot was shot on location around LA, South
Africa and Iceland.
Anthony Dickenson had fun with a variety of personalities from BBC Radio 2 in this new spot made with RKCR/Y&R
This video relies on beautiful stark lighting to create an intense and visceral promo.
This spot for Wieden and Kennedy sees Rooney firing penalty shots through illuminated goal posts.
A series of lasers soon appear, which Rooney has to navigate past in order to avoid slicing the ball in pieces. It transpires that the person controlling the intricate network of beams is Torres. Edited at Trim, the post was delivered by Time Based Arts.
Shot as part of French street artist, JR's feature documentary Women Are Heroes.
Shot on location in London, New Zealand and the Cook Islands.
Graphic compositions combined with distinctive sound design build tension in this spot for BBC Radio 2 and RKCR/Y&R.