ELº Films and HP Asia Pacific collaborate in a social film for HP Sprocket Printers this Xmas

EL Films.jpgChristmas came early this year as the ELº Films Singapore team geared up for a social film to feature HP Sprocket Photo Printers for the upcoming festive season in both APAC and ANZ. Working closely with the HP Marketing team, the team travelled to various locations across Singapore to capture the scenes.

The film follows a young lady as she foregoes her yearly tradition of spending Christmas with her family for a night out partying with her friends. Christmas family traditions aside, like many youths of her age, she longs for something more exhilarating to end her year with. However, a change of heart occurs when she receives something special from her parents, shaking up her Christmas plans. Filled with surprises and many heartwarming scenes that viewers can relate to, it's a timely reminder to hold on tight to your loved ones this festive season!

EL Films 2.jpgEL Films 3.jpgHeading the project this time were Australian Director 'Matt Jordan', London-based DOP 'Tom Welsh', and ELº Films Director & Head of Creatives 'Pabz Alexander'. Equipped with Anamorphic lens specially brought in from the UK and an elaborate car rig, the production team raced against time to film the best night lightings in town before they shut off for the night.

Crew List -
Director: Matt Jordan
DOP: Tom Welsh
ELº Films Head of Creatives: Pabz Alexander
Client: HP Asia Pacific
Executive Producer: Medrikojs Michael Ahmadzadeh
1st AD: Gaurav Mishra
Producer: Rory Cavanagh
Production Assistants: Aidan Shahbazkhani, Amanda Tan, Nabil Nazri, Feliscia Xu


Ahmad AhmadzAdeh said:

So proud and happy to know the company and all the member team
looking forward to hear more challange for the company and produce a fantstic and top class work for customers all over th world
merry x mass and happy new year

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