nineteentwenty helps ‘open the door’ in new spot, with Snap London and Friend.
nineteentwenty, working with agency Snap London and production company Friend London, have brought to life Alice in Wonderland for the launch of Oxford’s new premium retail and lifestyle destination.
Reflecting on the whimsical spot that puts a contemporary twist on the Lewis Carroll, Ryan Hadfield, nineteentwenty VFX Supervisor said, “One of the main challenges for Westgate was making our hero character “Alice” either gigantic or small depending on the shot. We had to make sure that every background we shot had logged camera information that included height, angle, distance and lenses used. This was then used to line up Alice’s green screen shots for comping her onto the Oxford landmarks, some of which were shot in situ to match the lighting as closely as possible. The English weather, mostly overcast and rainy, had its advantages and disadvantages. That is, the lighting was consistent but the rain meant everything was very wet.
Becky Grove, TV Producer for Snap London, said, ““nineteentwenty couldn’t have been more collaborative on what was an ambitious project. A real pleasure to work with the whole team, they are super on it and are always offering creative solutions.”
Producer: Becky Grove
Creative Director: Martin Galton
Creative Agency: Snap London
Music and Sound
Sound Design: Ben Gulvin @ 750mph
Composer: Brendan Woithe
Editor: Flaura Atkinson
Edit Company: The Quarry
Post Production / VFX
VFX Supervisor: Ryan Hadfield
VFX Producer: Hannah Ruddleston
Post Production House: nineteentwenty
Colourist: Duncan Russell @ Freefolk
Production Company: Friend London
Producer: Dulcie Kellet
Director: Greg & Lio