1. Wedding Invitation
PowerCoat Alive is an innovative way of delivering more information to a domestic consumer by post. To demonstrate this we wrote a scenario where a wedding invitation is delivered to a couple, they link to a website and RSVP.
This sequence realises my vision for a light bright interior morning and up beat dynamic between the protagonists.
By using a slow push in on the slider the viewer get a motivated movement toward the action, which emphasises the sense of discovery.
2. Jewellery Shop
Showing the benefits of PowerCoat Alive from a small retailers perspective.
To demonstrate this application we wrote a scenario where a shopper purchases a ring from a maker who packages the jewellery with PowerCoat paper. Later the shopper follows a link back to the online shop for another purchase.
I really like the performances in this sequence there is a great feeling in the interaction. For authenticity I really wanted our Jeweller character to be played by a real jeweller. The dexterity and hand skills are incredibly difficult for an actor to mimic without significant lead time.
We filmed in Pretty Shiny Shop and I think the lighting by our DoP Don McVey is really strong, it was a challenge to light the space and the cabinets on the day but the end result is very effective and naturalistic.
The VFX work by the FLETCHERWILSON team placing web interfaces on the phones and laptop screen are also worth a mention as they are some of my favourites.
Showing PowerCoat Alive on a business card demonstrating how it can access a lot of information from a tiny vehicle.
To demonstrate this application we scripted a scenario where an illustrator, who works on a large scale, takes her portfolio with her on a business card to visit a publisher.
I really like the soft natural light of the Peanut Factory studio in this sequence in the photos you can clearly see the space we were working in and Don’s use of negative fill.
Visually, the large space and painting illustrates the scale that I wanted. This then juxtaposes very effectively with the tiny business card and carries the concept ‘a lot can fit into very little’.
4. Holiday Competition
This scenario illustrates a way to use PowerCoat Alive to add social media to share campaigns and in turn capture data.
We wrote a scene where two friends find a flyer in a magazine, enter a competition and win a holiday.
The dynamic between the women in this sequence is really fun and captures the excitement of winning a holiday. The location, Signorelli in Stratford looked great and was very accommodating so we were able to use the whole space to create some beautiful shots.
5. Ballet Ticket
PowerCoat Alive can add rich media to merchandise, promotional material and collectables. We wrote a scenario where a couple are on a date to the ballet and they access a website of behind the scenes info, video, interviews and stills through their ticket.
In this sequence Don the DoP has created a lovely twinkly feel, I enjoy the performances of the actors and the demonstration of the product is really clear and effective. For me it’s a really strong closing scene.
The Coin Laundry in Exmouth Market was a great location to shoot in, it had everything we needed and a neon red light.
The Initial storyboards from Nuco Creative gave an idea of what we were hoping to achieve.
Through vigorous development at FLETCHERWILSON the final film came a long way from these concepts but the central premise remains the same.
Thanks to all the cast and crew for making this happen.
I’m looking forward to the next one already.