Sony: 2 Worlds

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Spy Films' Arev Manoukian directed this 3D cinema spot for Grey London, showcasing Sony's 3D home entertainment products with the tagline 'Don't just watch. Feel.'

It features movie-scale visual effects, by Digital Domain, and stereo 3D, set to the soundtrack of a Leonard Cohen poem and a storyline in which two people fall in love at first sight. The spot is playing in 3D theatres and Sony in-store 3D displays.

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Date
Oct 18, 2011
Agency:
Grey London
Client:
Sony
Director:
Arev Manoukian
Client:
Sony
Production Company:
Spy Films
Executive Producer:
Carlo Trulli
Producer:
Marcus Trulli
Animation:
Digital Domain
Visual Effects:
Digital Domain
Executive Producer:
Tanya Cohen
Executive Producer:
Jim Riche
Visual Effects Supervisor:
Richard Morton
Senior Producer:
Melanie La Rue
Senior Producer:
Michael Shores
CG Supervisor:
David Liu
Coordinator:
William Lemmon
Previs Artist:
Niles Heckman
Technical Director:
Derek Crosby
Technical Director:
Adrian Dimond
Roto Artist:
Kanae Morton
Digital Artist:
Ryan Apuy
Digital Artist:
Lee Carlton
Digital Artist:
Daisuke Nagae
Digital Artist:
Anthony Ramirez
Digital Artist:
Gideon Vandegrift
Animator:
Samir Lyons
Animator:
Dan Patterson
Lead FX:
Jason Mortimer
FX Artist:
John Cooper
FX Artist:
Eric Ebling
FX Artist:
Ken Jones
Nuke Compositor:
Rafael F. Colon
Nuke Compositor:
Arthur Argote
Nuke Compositor:
Sven Dreesbach
Nuke Compositor:
Niles Heckman
Nuke Compositor:
Aruna Inversin
Nuke Compositor:
Lenz Kol
Flame Artist:
Christopher DeCristo
Flame Artist:
Jeff Heusser

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