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Top 6: May 15th 2019

Combat Stress: Bring Them Home

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Top 6: May 15th 2019
The UK's leading charity for veteran's mental health, Combat Stress, launches a powerful new campaign that shines a spotlight on military-related trauma. The 90-second film was devised by creatives Jack Croft and Stacey Bird (formerly of 4Creative) and directed by Barry Dyer. ENVY Advertising crafted the sound design, edit, and online for the film. The emotive ad highlights how PTSD continues to affect members of the forces even after they have returned home - meaning some soldiers never fully leave the conflict psychologically. By providing specialist treatment and support, Combat Stress aims to bring them home. The charity’s new ad features real-life veterans who have served in conflicts including Northern Ireland, Gulf War, Iraq and Afghanistan. The moving film depicts an elderly man trapped in a flashback, painfully reliving the horrors of the battlefield. ENVY Advertising was tasked with creating a compelling sound design, edit, and online VFX for ‘Bring Them Home’. Rich Martin created a convincing soundscape to place audiences in the heart of the action.
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Senior Brand Marketing Manager: Sally George

Senior Communications Manager: Vikki Challen (Senior communications and engagement manager)

Business Director: Jane English

Makeup Artist: Susana Mota

2nd AC: Milo Brown

1st AC/Focus Puller: Gary Long

Art Direction: Hamish McCleod

1st AD: 1st AD: Emma Pounds / Casper Campbell

Editor: Sara Faulkner (ENVY Advertising)

Colourist: Toby Tomkins (CHEAT)

Online: Dean Wyles (ENVY Advertising)

Film Lab: Cinelab

Film Lab Commercials Producer: Aarti Mahtani

VFX: Analogue

Sound Designer: Rich Martin (ENVY Advertising)

Post Producer: Sian Hagan (ENVY Advertising)

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