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Brave is 'True to the Filmmaker's Vision' in latest for Panasonic

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London-based agency, Brave, has launched its newest global campaign for Panasonic that is ‘True to the Filmmaker’s Vision’, bringing to life Panasonic’s cinematic credentials while highlighting the new HDR 4K technology.

***Showcasing the new range of 4K Pro HDR televisions, Brave was tasked to create a global campaign bringing to life how Panasonic works with Hollywood professionals to fine tune its televisions. Ensuring that every bit of the magic in what’s being created by filmmakers is reproduced on Panasonic TVs in 4K with High Dynamic Range (HDR), viewers can truly experience every nuance of every scene as intended, bringing the cinematic experience to consumer’s homes.

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To provide credibility and form the backbone of the campaign, Brave sourced and commissioned award-winning Cinematographer Vanja Černjul, ASC (Netflix Original Marco Polo, Orange is the New Black), to create a visually arresting short film ‘Converging Beams’, shot and mastered in 4K HDR.

The short film itself depicts a story about lost love, focusing on two characters dealing with the end of their relationship. Both embark on a journey that induces flashbacks of their relationship in reverse. Unknowingly, both are headed to the same place – where it all began.

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Amaya Albisu, AV Manager Marketing Communications at Panasonic Marketing Europe says: “Our 4K and HDR TV technologies are spearheading the way, delivering unparalleled detail and nuance, faithful to the filmmaker’s vision and immersing the viewer in the ultimate entertainment experience. Brave absolutely helped us in bringing this to life.”

Rob Butcher, Creative Head at Brave says: “This project was complex from the start as we were trying to achieve a ‘mise en abîme’, where we were creating a film within a film. So, working with the right production partners was a huge part in being able to deliver the campaign. The techniques used to create these films are only just being devised and experimented with in Hollywood, so to see this being used to deliver a commercial campaign for Panasonic is potentially a world first”.

The campaign will run across Europe and in select cinemas, with support from OOH, digital, print and in-store channels telling the full story behind the campaign. 
 


Credits:
Creative Agency: Brave Team Creative
Director: Colin Jones and Liam Fenton
Senior Art Director: Rob Butcher
Production Director: Carl Gonsalves
Business Director: Stefan Kann

Production: Outsider/Rebel
Producer: Omelihu Nwanguma
Director: Nic Lowicz

Post Production /4K HDR Consultant: MyTherapy
Chief Colourist/Consultant: Dado Valentic
Producer: Ivana Bajic

Music & Sound Design: Goldstein Music Production
Managing Director: Jonathan Goldstein
Producer: Jeanette Little

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