Intel ‘visual life’by Amsterdam Worldwide

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Intel, the software company, has released a film about Kitty and Lala, two wedding photographers with a popular photo blog in China, by Amsterdam Worldwide.

The film is the second in a series of movies that aim to showcase the second generation Intel Core Processor range and build on Intel's 'visibly smart' marketing strategy.

The stop motion film juxtaposes split screen images of contemporary and traditional China and looks at how technology and creativity help Kitty and Lala's life.

The film can be watched online, through blogs and social media, and will be screened at Intel experiential events. It was art directed by Daniel Peiron and written by Martin Beswick and Gillian Glendinning and Karen Cardy. The film was directed by Qiao Li through The Bag Ladies and the director of photography was Julien Deldyck.

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Released: 01 June 2011

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Johan Jervoe, VP of Sales and Marketing Group

Johan Koning, Marketing Manager

Richard Gorodecky – Executive Creative Director

Martin Beswick – Senior Copywriter

Daniel Peiron – Art Director

Gillian Glendinning – Senior Copywriter

Karen Cardy – Copywriter

Jordan Kelly

Annabel van Ditmar

Account Team
Hazel Livingstone

Desislava Staykova

Executive Producers (General)
Wen Ni

Shuping Qiu

Executive Producer (Shoot)
Kelvin Mak

Line Producer
Jane Zheng

Qiao Li

Julian Langdon

Director of Photography
Julien Deldyck

Offline Editing - The Bag Ladies

Online & Flame - Vision Unit, Beijing

Audio Post-Production
Keith Thomas / Alchemy Post, Melbourne

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