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Rich and On Benefits

Michael Buerk reveals the world of benefits for pensioners for Dispatches. We used an old cut-out style graphic to explain the benefits to give it a light-hearted approach. The characters are brought in with small sticks and offbeat movement to keep it quirky. The colours and type echo old Saul Bass shorts. The information is brought in with scrolls which were also printed and used within the show.
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TT Legends

The TV series follows the racers across the 8 locations from Japan to Le Mans, including Germany and the Isle of Man. Retro posters were the inspiration for the titles which combine the destinations of the races. An animating title sequence explores the different locations as a virtual camera pans through, to eventually land on the episode title.
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Secrets of Your Car Insurance

Dispatches reveals the secrets of car insurance that all drivers should know. Harry Wallop investigates claims that major insurers cash in when you have a crash, through maximising profits, lucrative referral fees and rebate deals, sometimes at the expense of doing what’s best for you and your car.
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True Stories: The Girl Who Became Three Boys

This Rize USA production tells the incredible story of 20-year old Gemma Barker, who disguised herself as a boy so she could date girls. The scandal made the headlines around the world earlier this year and Gemma was since sent to prison for fraud and sexual assault. She created three boys Aaron, Luke and Conner who dressed and spoke differently, had their own Facebook page, email and phone number. Then, in the guise of these three boys Gemma deceived two young girls into having sex.
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Roadkiller

xx TD steps back into the world of film for this horror short directed by Kate Cheeseman and starring Phil Davis. The opening titles remain subdued to build tension with the cracks starting to appear. The end titles start with the title illuminating from car headlights and then smash the type. The following credits run past the super slow-motion smashing glass.
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Science of Art

Matt Cain presents and Rob Coldstream produces Silver River’s new three–part series that will explore how science is using art to understand the human brain, and, in so doing, throwing up surprising theories about how art works. This controversial series will explore the world of art through the prism of ‘neuro-aesthetics’ for the first time. Working in tandem with the UK’s most prestigious art institutions… witnessing extraordinary cross-cultural stunts and experiments… and uncovering the secrets of many iconic works of art – from the Mona Lisa to Star Wars – this series will reveal how artists, musicians and storytellers have
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