The year started swell, with some more cool work for Indola, for whom LCS shot and edited an international imagefilm in January and then made six country adaptations (Italy, Spain, Sweden, France, UK, Benelux) of the film. Also watch the four episode educational film LCS shot last November for Indola here.
LCS was then booked to join BLM on a production with pop-star Helene Fischer for Tchibo. Commercials director Matthias Bierer helmed the project and the outcome was a prank video that proved to be quite successful on the internet, with LCS shooting a good part of the final footage in the spot. Watch it here.
Thanks to Fluent AG and CFS Krug for returning to LCS for some editing work on these fun films for an awsome sweepstake from AIDA: Was’n das? Begriff 1, Was’n das? Begriff 2, Was’n das? Begriff 3, Was’n das? Begriff 4.
It was quickly on to the next project, which saw LCS produce a film about the digital transformation at Beiersdorf. The films objective is to shed light on the work of ‘Bauhaus’, a new global business unit made up of Beiersdorf agents, as well as external partners and digital consulting agencies. Also known as ‘The Digital Factory’, this unit is currently building the new worldwide digital infrastructure and ecosystem for Nivea. Thanks to d-group for getting LCS on board of this exciting project.
In early March LCS had the opportunity to shoot six videos for McCann and their client L’Oréal in Düsseldorf. The films are currently in post production at Secret Media Filmproduktion, who also handled the production. Stay tuned for more.
In late November the fantastic people from Indola invited LCS to shoot an imagefilm about their new Kera Bond product at the ASK Academy in Hamburg.
It was another great shoot for Wella Professionals in late September. LCS shot 9 new hair tutorials at aplanat in Hamburg. The films were conceived as part of the Wella #CraftFriday series, which sees a tutorial released every Friday on the Wella Professionals YouTube Channel. Thanks to superb SelectNY Hamburg and everyone involved.
Between October and December LCS also successfully completed editing jobs for Fluent AG, Oliver Voss and dgroup, finishing a total of 8 films. Thanks to CFS Krug for making these jobs possible.
These past months LCS also wrote treatments for commercial directors and film productions such as Tempomedia and Big Fish.
It was off to London in July for some more intense and fun shooting for Wella Professionals. Together with the fine people from SelectNY Hamburg LCS shot 9 hair styling tutorials at the Shoreditch studios of jjLocations. Creatives came in from all over the world, so the atmosphere on set was vibrant and stimulating. The films were conceived as part of the Wella #CraftFriday series, which sees a tutorial released every Friday on the Wella Professionals YouTube Channel. Thanks to everyone involved.
These past months LCS also wrote treatments for commercial directors and film productions such as Cobblestone, Bears Calling, E&P Films and Big Fish.
Throughout March and April LCS had the pleasure of working on a special project with Serviceplan, which took him to Munich and Chemnitz, documenting how exclusive World Press Photo 2015 yearbooks were getting printed and hand crafted in a unique and groundbreaking technical process. Watch the film here.
At the end of March LCS headed up a small, exquisite production team, to direct 6 styling tutorials for Wella Professionals on a two day shoot at Highnoon Studios in Hamburg. Check the films here as they get released over the next few weeks.
The INDOLA Smart Street Style Collection 2015 brandfilm LCS shot last year is now online. Check it here.
The year ended with an other stellar production with the fabulous people from Clynol, once again at Briese Studios in Hamburg. Jack Eames shot striking imagery for the print campaign, while LCS was asked to create the 2015 imagefilm. Stay tuned for more on this.
In December LCS collaborated with CFS Krug and Fluent on a film for international investors in Costa cruiseships. LCS put the film together from stock material, crafting the script and the voiceover accordingly, while staying in line with the briefed communication.