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- The Conjuring 2: Live ExperienceAhead of its theatrical release, Warner Bros’ asked us to create Europen preview screenings of The Conjuring 2. To do this, we created a series of screenings over three days, that would surprise guests and ensure engagement. Press and influencers from across Europe were invited to the London events, to generate awareness and buzz around the film. Guests were invited to an ‘exhibition’, where they expected to see a display of artefacts from the film. Little did they know that following this, the
- Atomic BlondeTo promote the release of Universal‘s Atomic Blonde, we produced a very special screening transforming the arches of Village Underground. Spread across three distinct areas, our guests were transported into the highly stylized space inspired by East Berlin in 1989. With Stoli Vodka flowing, a live graffiti artist, bespoke suspended light installation, an authentic Berlin style Photoautomat and Currywurst to serve our guests, we tonally prepared our guests for the film by immersing them into the
- E4 Slackers ClubBack in 2010, E4 wanted to find a way to connect and engage further with their dedicated 16-24 year old audience. At the same time Picturehouse, who are located in many University towns, wanted to help more students to discover their cinemas. With the brief to create real world activations for the E4 viewers we came up with a solution that would connect the two through a mutually beneficial partnership. Knowing film was popular amongst E4’s audience and had high engagement on their channel, we
- BFI: Thriller SeasonWe were asked by the British Film Institute to create a teaser strategy and activations to help raise awareness for their upcoming Thriller season amongst their key demographic of 23-28 year olds with an interest in film. By listening to our target audience we used insights to develop a teaser campaign across digital and print to engage the audience without initially revealing the full purpose of the campaign, we needed to position the BFI Thriller season as “something for me” amongst millennial influencer groups. Under the banner of ‘Who Can You Trust?’ we built a narrative teaser campaign that could exist across multiple forms of media. By using themes from key titles from the Thriller season, we created a narrative of mistrust, anxiety and paranoia that worked to pull in our target audience. We executed this strategy by creating fake company The Trust Institute – “The world’s leading body in reality analysis. It’s their job to track you and the people around you, so you can find out who you can really trust.” We designed and built a website for The Trust Institute along with it’s own social platforms. Intriguing, eerie and cryptic content was seeded out urging the public to take ‘The Trust Test’. This test asked questions such as, “Do you often doubt the intentions of those around you?” and “Are you suspicious of your partner?”. The answers to these questions eventually lead you to the film best suited to you within the BFI’s Thriller season. We saw an excellent conversion on The Trust Institute website with 25% of all unique visitors clicking through to take the Trust Test. Try it out for yourself, take The Trust Test!
- Jameson First ShotSince 2011, we have been working with Jameson Irish Whiskey as their global film agency. We consult on and devise strategy, which is rolled out worldwide. We’re involved across their key film campaigns, partnerships and outreach to the film industry, acting as the bridge between the brand and the film community internationally. Our role also includes content creation, production and event curation. A large part of our work focuses on Jameson First Shot which is an annual, global short film compe