750mph 'hamster ball' by Time Kettle

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Creative agency Time Kettle has created a film to promote the audio design prowess of post-production house 750mph in the company's first ever ad campaign.

Hamster Ball was made as part of a series of films for the company's website and 750mph You Tube Channel.

A 60-second version is now running in cinemas.

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Released: 26 August 2009

Credits

Project name
Hamster Ball

Brief
To demonstrate how brilliant 750mph audio design can transform a film.

Copywriter
James Bradley

Art director
Jeff Boult

Planner & media planner
Syleste Molyneaux

Media agency
Pearl and Dean
 
Production company
Trailer Trash

Director
James Bradley, Jeff Boult

Editor
James Bradley, Jeff Boult

Post production company
Industry Film Post and 750mph

Exposure
Cinema, 750mph You Tube Channel and 750mph web site.

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