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Whitehouse Post Brings a Touch of Fairy Dust to M&S Campaign

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Philippe Andre works with Russell Icke to create seamless transitions in new spot

Whitehouse Post Brings a Touch of Fairy Dust to M&S Campaign

Christmas must be around the corner as the ever anticipated festive M&S campaign launched at the weekend. Airing during the X Factor the enchanting film will no doubt capture the imagination of children and adults alike.

The iconic British retailer selected multi award winning Director Philippe Andre to create their beautiful Christmas offering. Whitehouse Post’s Russell Icke’s seamless transitions perfectly echo the M&S brand.

We see Magic and Sparkle, two playful fairies clocking on before flying across a snowy city showering gifts upon children and couples. Using their wands to switch off TV’s and tablets encouraging families to go out and play in the snow. The spirit of Christmas rains down on all those who come under the spell of the mischievous pair. 

The film is set to Frank Sinatra’s ‘Fly me to the Moon’ and is sung by Julie London.

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Client

Advertiser: Marks & Spencer

Post Production / VFX

Post Production Company: MPC

Offline

Edit Assistant: Gary Bowyer

Edit Company: Whitehouse Post

Editor: Russel Icke

Executive Producer: Bebe Evwaraye

Production Company

Director: Philippe Andre

Production Company: Independent

Creative Agency

Creative Agency: Young & Rubicam

Genres: Visual VFX

Categories: Retail and Restaurants , Retail Stores

Whitehouse Post - UK, Tue, 11 Nov 2014 12:32:28 GMT