Waitrose Film Snowed In by adam&eveDDB London

The Film titled Snowed In was done by adam&eveDDB London advertising agency for Waitrose in United Kingdom. It was released in Nov 2017.

Snowed In

Agency:adam&eveDDB London
Production Agency:Academy Films
Market:United Kingdom
Industry:Department Stores & Shopping Malls
Released:November 2017

Credits & Description

Media: TV
Category: Retail services
Client: Waitrose
Agency: adam&eveDDB London
Production: Academy Films
Country: United Kingdom
Director: Martin de Thurah
Chief Creative Officer: Ben Priest
Chief Creative Officer: Richard Brim
Producer: Kreepa Laxman
Producer: Medb Riordan
Executive Producer: Simon Cooper
DoP: Niels Thastum
CEO: Tammy Einav
Assistant Producer: Laurelle May
Account Manager: Kathryn Armstrong
Account Director: Abi Robinson
Planner: Martin Beverley and Hugh De Winton
Managing Partner: Victoria Day
Planner: Geraldine Ridgway & Roisin Gaughran
Media Agency: Manning Gottlieb OMD
Music Supervision: Sean Craigie-Atherton and Sian Rogers @SIREN
Music Production: Sean Craigie-Atherton
Composer: Mykola Leontovyvh
Audio Post Production: Sam Ashwell @ 750mph
Arranger: Guy Farley
Editor: Mikkel Nielson
Edit Company: Rock, Paper, Scissors / Trim
Post Production / VFX
Matte Painting (cont.): Katherine Ross, Jiyoung Lee, Victoria Canfora
Producer: Kirsty Ratcliffe
Post Production House: The Mill
Matte Painting: Can Y.Sanalan, Cameron Johnson,
Executive Producer: Alex Fitzgerald
Creative Director: Jonathan Westley
Colourist: Fergus McCall
3D Lead Artist: David Hempstead
3D Artists (cont.): Tom Hales, James Hansell, Sergio Xisto
3D Artists: Michael Hunault, Jack Harris, Walter How,
2D Lead: John Thornton
2D Artist: Ed Poulson
Date: November, 2017
Christmas is the perfect time of year to gather round and enjoy delicious food but, most importantly, to spend #ChristmasTogether
Waitrose is putting community spirit at the heart of its Christmas campaign this year with a beautifully crafted film shot in black and white. The ad is set in a remote pub in the Yorkshire Dales, where local villagers gather for a drink on Christmas morning. When a terrible snow storm hits the area, we witness how a generous act of Christmas spirit brings the community together in the most unconventional of Christmas Day meals.