Sony turns to Frank Budgen for next Bravia instalment

Sony has lined up Frank Budgen to direct the third instalment in Fallon's "colour like no other" campaign for its Bravia LCD television range.

The Gorgeous director came on board after film commitments led to Michel Gondry passing on the script.

The ad, devised by the Fallon creative director, Juan Cabral, will follow the pattern set by its predecessors and will be a colour-based stunt.

The script is understood to be based around giant, animated Play-Doh-like characters, which will travel around New York at high speed. Shooting is scheduled for the start of August.

Fallon won two consecutive gold Lions at Cannes for its previous ads for Bravia - "balls", which was directed by Nicolai Fuglsig, and "paint", which was directed by Jonathan Glazer.

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