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Amnesty International - Pens

Amnesty International in collaboration with its agency TBWA Paris are back. Directed by Onur Senturk and co-produced by Troublemakers.tv and the studio One More, Pens is a full CG film shot in motion capture (Mocaplab) that epitomises the potential of each signature in the defence of human rights. Highlighting that the voice of a single person can bring about the birth of a social movement, the film concludes with the words “your signature is more powerful than you think” and features the song Iron Sky by Paolo Nutini featuring Charlie Chaplin. Through powerful imagery, Amnesty International has encapsulated the essence of its primary objective – inspiring communities to defend their fundamental human rights.

Client

Brand: Amnesty International

Creative Agency

Creative Agency: TBWA Paris

Art Director: Ingrid Varetz

Producer: Amer Zoghbi

Head of TV / Production: Maxime Boiron

Account Management: Laure Lagarde, Isabelle Dray

Vice President (Event and Experiential): Anne Vincent

Production Company

Production Company: troublemakers.tv

Producer: James Hagger

Production Assistants: Charles-Philippe Bowles

Production Manager: Aurelie Chevalier, Cecile Alvarez

Offline

Editor: Nicolas Larrouquere, Romain Bouileau

Post Production / VFX

Post Production Company: One More

VFX Supervisor: Eddy Richard

Producer: Johnny Alves, John Meunier

Compositor: Jérome Rouvelet, Thomas Rodriguez, Tim Lebon, Victor Besse

3D Artists: François-Xavier Gonnet, Gwenhael Glon, Romain Durr

Executive Producer: Benjamin Darras

Matte Painting: Hervé Thouement

Music

Creative Director: Philippe Mineur, Ferdinand Huet

Executive Producer: Olivier Lefebvre

Sound Design: Benoit Dunaigre

Digital Production Company

Developer: Mocaplab

Producer: Frank Vayssettes

Executive Producer: Remi Brun

Category: Charity, Corporate and social

Genre: Animation, Storytelling