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Hey Rachael,

Thanks again for sharing this creative. I have 3 fantastic directors for you to choose between. I am awaiting responses from Joakim + Tobias on shoots but I will updated as soon as they get back.

Let me know what you think!

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Ben Falk

Ben Falk is a doc-style director who often incorporates mixed-media formats into his work in a slick and premium fashion. He has a vast amount of experience working with non-professional actors, kids, sports players and celebrities. He makes talent feel comfortable and draws strong authentic performances from his cast. He enjoys working with a fast, nimble crew to keep momentum, energy and enthusiasm on set.

His work often evokes genuine heart-felt moments and consistent eye-catching and engaging cinematography. The camera is fluid in Ben Falk’s work, it flows with the story in a natural and seamless way. His work is skilful and clever and uses his experience to add value and creative solutions to production limitations. He was immediately excited about how to bring this NS&I script to life on screen.

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Tobias Pekelharing

Tobias is a director who’s work is very slick, premium with detailed attention to performance, craft and cinematography. He used to be a DP and this can be seen across his reel as it features very clever camera transitions and tricks. He has a hint of joyful comedy across his work so will portably elevate this NS&I script to feel glossy while still feeling relatable and grounded in a real world environment.

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Joakim Behrman

Joakim Behrman is a Swedish director based in Stockholm. He’s a very patient, kind and genuine and a great communicator. His work is powerful, sensitive and heart-felt. His grainy and raw-like lens compliments his documentary style and brings a beautiful aesthetic to his work. I love Joakim Behrman’s work.

It’s at once stylised and raw; current and cool. He’s incredible at attaining authentic performances from his cast. His work is beautifully shot, authentic and real. He too comes from a documentary background and believes in the importance of shining light on heart-felt stories. In his spot for Ikea, he tells his story of everyday objects using clever editing, music and sound design. These objects lie at the heart of his film, they become the cast. I imagine he woudl bring the warmth that would make this NS&I spot charming to watch.

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awaiting confirmation

Joakim Behrman

Joakim Behrman is a Swedish director based in Stockholm. He’s a very patient, kind and genuine and a great communicator. His work is powerful, sensitive and heart-felt. His grainy and raw-like lens compliments his documentary style and brings a beautiful aesthetic to his work. I love Joakim Behrman’s work.

It’s at once stylised and raw; current and cool. He’s incredible at attaining authentic performances from his cast. His work is beautifully shot, authentic and real. He too comes from a documentary background and believes in the importance of shining light on heart-felt stories. In his spot for Ikea, he tells his story of everyday objects using clever editing, music and sound design. These objects lie at the heart of his film, they become the cast. I imagine he woudl bring the warmth that would make this NS&I spot charming to watch.

treatment
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awaiting confirmation

Tobias Pekelharing

Tobias is a director who’s work is very slick, premium with detailed attention to performance, craft and cinematography. He used to be a DP and this can be seen across his reel as it features very clever camera transitions and tricks. He has a hint of joyful comedy across his work so will portably elevate this NS&I script to feel glossy while still feeling relatable and grounded in a real world environment.

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