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Top 6: January 22nd 2020
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Vue: Get Lost

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Top 6: January 22nd 2020
Modern life is full of distractions. We're all connected, all the time, to the little screens we carry in our pockets. And amazing though it is to be able to tweet while we shop while we chat while we game while we watch, the rise in phone-based health issues along with the popularity of the mindfulness movement show that people are searching for an antidote to being online all the time. People need to Get Lost. New research commissioned by Vue and University College London, shows that a trip to the cinema can be more than just an entertaining way to spend a couple of hours, it can actually be good for us too.
Agency: Joint, London

The study shows that the cinema experience has profound cognitive, emotional and psychological benefits. It can boost memory, productivity and focus, help to alleviate depression and loneliness and even help keep your heart healthy by raising the heart rate to a level similar to doing a light form of cardio exercise. This research backs up what Tim Richards, the Founder of Vue, has long believed to be true, that cinema is precious and necessary escapism that enriches our everyday lives. It’s why Vue has invested so much to create the ultimate Big Screen Experience, with t he ultimate seat, screen and sound. This new film, ‘Get Lost’ highlights Vue’s point of view about the value of taking a break from life’s distractions and getting lost in great stories. Directed by Jake Scott of RSA Films, voiced by John Boyega (of Star Wars fame) and featuring a very special cameo, the two and a half minute film, shot over six days in South Africa and London, positions Vue as the only place you can properly get lost in great stories.
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Editing - Final Cut - Dan Sherwen

Sound - Factory - Phil Bolland

Music - Machine - Alex Bingham

Music Producer - Matej Oreskovic

Post-production/visual effects - Electric Theatre Collective

Colourist - Luke Morrison

2D Lead - Giles Cheetham

3D Lead - Dean Robinson

2D Artists - Ozgur Taparl, Tomer Epshtein, Flavio Kawamoto, CJ Gaikwad 3D Artists - George Savvas, Felix Chan, Jake Cross + Marko Mamula DMP - Rich Tilbury

AFX -Dexter George, George Dyson, Matt Clugston, Matthew Rowley

Producer: Antonia Vlasto

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