DIRECTOR AND PRODUCER MATTIS KOPPANG AND PRODUCTION COMPANY VARDE HARTMARK HAS MADE A FILM FOR THE NORWEGIAN CEREBRAL PALSY ASSOCIATION.
Over 8000 people in Norway have CP, and about 120 children are born every year with it. The CPAs aim is to help improve the living conditions for people with the affliction. The film is edited by Andreas Sverre. Online and grading by Shanon Moratti. Sound design by Preben Grieg-Halvorsen. Post-produced by Jon Anders Klausen.
A CLAYMATION CAMPAIGN IS THE LATEST FROM THE TELECOMPANY DJUICE IN COOPERATION WITH ANIMASJONSDEPARTEMENTET.
With almost 80 thousand viewers at YouTube the last week, the yellow and green personalities of clay named Arne & Bjarne must be called at success. It is cheap (silly, simple, plain) fun that is promoted in a candid camera slash homevideo sort of way. The point to it all is to say to all you heavy mobile users who love to gorge in the endless possibilities of moving images and sound without worrying about the costs – contact DJUICE. Lucky for you, Telenor is the parent company and hence the crystal clear sound of HD is on offer. The colourful and funny spoofer is directed by Martin Engh and produced by Jakob Thomessen. Post-produced by Jon Anders Klausen and Hocus Focus. Online and colour grading by Haavard Albertsen.
THE NORWEGIAN IKEA CAMPAIGN CREATED BY SMFB HAS MANAGED TO ATTAIN INTERNATIONAL ATTENTION IN CREATIVITY-ONLINE AND ADAGE.
The Autumn launch of the IKEA catalog was accompanied by an unusual advertising campaign
which helped customers to sell the old furniture they wanted to replace.
The TV commercials were produced by Animasjonsdepartementet with director Marc Reisbig and producer Jakob Thomessen.
Edited by Thomas Løvig, grading by Mathias Theissen, online and vfx by Mathias Theissen and Bengt Ove Sannes.
Post producer Pia Nyhus and Jon Anders Klausen.
THE WELL-KNOWN TV-CHEF LISE FINCKENHAGEN HAS SPENT THE SUMMER VISITING FARMERS ALL OVER NORWAY, TO TASTE AND TALK ABOUT THE SEASONAL TEMPTATIONS.
These glimpses of colourful vegetables, fruits and berries create the latest commercial campaign from Bama and the Norwegian/Los Angeles based production company The King of Popcorn. Director Sten Hellevig takes us to the most beautiful places in Norway and provides us with plenty of knowledge and arguments for choosing Norwegian products. Roy Hasle’s carrots in Østfold, Thorleif Muller’s strawberries from Nøtterøy and Jan Ove Nes in Hardanger, where you can find the best plums, of course: All the products reeks of quality. And the series of films look as crispy and fresh as the fruits and vegetables they represents. Norwegian nature and health at its best. Produced by Terez Hollo Klausen and Håvard Hana, post produced by Jon Anders Klausen and Hocus Focus. A lot of films demand a lot of people: Edited by Ove Kenneth Nilsen, Henrik Berge and freelancer Vesa Happonen. Excellent colour grading that set you in a summer mood, by Haavard Albertsen. Online by Bengt Ove Sannes and sound design by Christian Schaaning, with contributions from Preben Grieg-Halvorsen. Enjoy and stay green and healthy.
THE TIME HAS COME TO SHARE THE NEW CHEESE JARLSBERG EDEL. YES, INDEED. YOU MIGHT ALREADY HAVE TASTED IT. THE ORDINARY JARLSBERG HAS A WORLDWIDE SUCCESS STORY AND HAS ONLY GROWN IN POPULARITY SINCE ITS INTERNATIONAL LAUNCH IN THE 1960S.
The secret of success is the Norwegian recipe or so the story goes. However, perhaps even more unforgettable than the bit softer and more tasteful Jarlsberg Edel cheese is the commercial from the production company Animasjonsdepartementet. There is a pretty awesome use of slow-motion going on, as a tablecloth is drawn off a set table. Cucumbers, cups and dishes, cheese, glasses, olives and twisted facial expressions can be identified as the strangest thing happen. As flowers and monkeys are going down for landing, the olives, toothpicks and nicely rolled slices of cheese have found each other in the air and are ready to be served on a plate. So are the salad with cheese and the bread with cheese. Nice, delicate and well done by director Marc Reisbig and producer Jakob Thomessen. The post production team from Hocus Focus: Jon Anders Klausen (producer), Henrik Berge (editor) and Preben Grieg-Halvorsen (sound design). The sense of lust is sneaking in - I want that cheese!