JSCGI helps The Edge Picture company secure the Grand Prix at the 2015 EVCOM awards

JSCGI is proud to have worked on the Life Saving Rules campaign for Network Rail which scooped four awards at this years EVCOM Awards (formally IVCA Awards) including the prestigious Grand Prix Award. On the evening the films produced by The Edge Picture Company were highly commended in the Regular Communication category, winning a Gold Award for Best Script, Silver Award in the Health and Safety category as well as a Silver Award for Animation, VFX and Graphics which JSCGI created and was composited by Martin Workman. Congratulations to Nick Canner and Sunny Dimitriadou at The Edge Picture Company and all the others involved in these films. Here is what EVCOM said about the awards. “The eve

Renault Nissan Alliance

March also saw Fishbone calling on JSCGI to help create a film for Renault Nissan Alliance. The film was to showcase the best of the alliance and was edited by Robb Ellender before being handed over to JSCGI to add some graphic elements to help tie the different brands together. Back to 2015 Projects

Ooredoo

Early in 2015, Jack Morton contacted JSCGI to look at helping them with the upcoming Ooredoo stand at Mobile World Congress. The brief was to create a loop that was to be offset across 10 portrait screens that made up part of a chandelier that was hanging over a small circular pool in the middle of the stand. We created the loops so that the transitions would ripple from the top screens all the way to the bottom ones. Back to 2015 Projects

NATS LVP

Following on with the same design, Hotheads needed more help with another film for NATS. This time showing how to increase landing aircraft in strong headwinds safely with its new Intelligent Landing system. Here is the full film. Back to 2015 Projects

NATS TBS

In March 2015, Hotheads were in contact to help visualise a new aircraft landing system in development by NATS. The brief was to set up a graphic treatment showing the gaps between aircraft as they land in low visibility and how the new Time Based Separation system would allow for more aircraft to land safely over the previous system. The full film including the graphics can be viewed on the NATS website here. http://www.nats.aero/tbs/ Back to 2015 Projects

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