Working in collaboration with Elysian Films for Visit Britain featuring the former undisputed world Heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis. Watch is below:
We were down at NikeTown in Oxford Circus working with AKQA for Nike to create a film to document the relaunch of Nike’s flagship store. We shot the footage on all 4 floors of the venue using steadicam & moving quadra jib camera crane to give the sense of movement, scale and grandeur you get when walking round the store. We handed it over to our friends at agency AKQA to edit in-house, combining it with interview footage shot by Quite Frankly. Cesc Fabregas, Theo Walcott, Ashley Cole, Paula Radcliff, and the legendary sprinter Carl Lewis all turned up too, and we were on hand to film every detail. Just Do It!
We followed our good friends UNKLE down to the world premiere of the new Relentless online free movie for which UNKLE have created a new soundtrack. Entitled “Lives of The Artists II: Follow Me Down”, The film is centrally concerned with two snowboarders venturing into the Arctic looking to board peaks that have never been done before.
We put together this online video to promote the event for Relentless Energy Drink showcasing the world premiere screening. Live light show by Warren DuPreez & Nick Thornton Jones and live performance from The Heritage Orchestra and after show party:
Watch the 70 minute film in full here.
This video marked one of our first tests with the Canon 5D Mark II - and we've been using them ever since!
All shot & edited by Louis Du Mont in North London's Yerbury Primary School over 3 days. You can find out more about the film "You Are Not Alone" and watch the end product on the digital page.
Below are some still photographs and a 3 minute behind the scenes featurette of Capture hard at work....
Here at Capture we love a bit of graphic design & photography alongside our motion work. Below are some pics of a DVD package for UNESCO Wales & the Tourism Partnership of North Wales which we designed and project managed from creation, through delivery, and into replication of 2500 DVDs which were distributed to schools across Wales: