DAVID reviews

12 December 2017

When will I see you again?

by Andrew MacGregor

International Committee of the Red Cross: “Separated” - 90s

The International Committee of the Red Cross and HLA's Simon Ratigan summon every parent's worst nightmare in this 90" awareness film.

CCTV captures the moment when a child temporarily goes missing. Whether it's a shop, a football stadium, or the local park, panic spreads fast. Anguished screams compound the effect.

UK viewers will immediately recognise such situations. However, the Red Cross remind us those in conflict-stricken regions share the same torment… for years rather than minutes.

Affecting footage ensures displacement hits home. At a time when families look forward to a festive reunion, the charity support those stricken with uncertainty.

Creative Agency: adam&eveDDB Ⓟ Ⓦ
Group CCO: Ben Priest Ⓟ
CCO: Richard Brim
Deputy ECD: Antony Nelson / Mike Sutherland
Senior Acc Handler: Katie Baker
Project Manager: Amy Waldman
TV Producer: Jimena Seoane
Film Production: HLA Ⓟ Ⓦ
Director: Simon Ratigan Ⓦ
Producer: Mike Wells
Production M'ger: Daniel Carter
Cinematograper: Bob Pendar-Hughes
Editor: Bruce Townend Ⓦ @ The Quarry Ⓦ
Post Production: Tim Lyall @ The Mill Ⓦ
Colourist: Seamus O'Kane
Sound Designer: Aaron Reynolds / Parv Thind @ Wave Ⓦ
Composer: Ólafur Arnalds

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