iSPOT of the Week: Microsoft's "Suspicious Cargo"
Microsoft's Genuine Fact Files, a worldwide campaign to combat software counterfeiting and increase awareness of software licensing issues, is being bolstered by a series of animated videos, including "Suspicious Cargo," which tells the story of a company plagued by counterfeit software.
The film incorporates Maya, After Effects and Flame to add visual effects to the animation that make it look almost like a film, especially during the first scene when the rippling water establishes the tone.
Agency: DDB/Seattle Creative Director: Jim Cowles; Copywriter: Keith Anderson; Art Director: Troy Brock; Producer: Jarrid Bealey Production Company: Gasket Studios Limited Designer/VFX Director: Greg Shultz; Animators: Justin Greiner, Dan Helgemoe, Nate Dorn, John Zilka, Ben Trandem; Producer: Tammy Kimbler Weber Visual Effects: Griak and Company Director and Illustrator: Charlie Griak; Illustrator: Wendy Griak Music: BC Smith Music Composer: BC Smith Audio: Clatter & Din Production Manager: Leigh Eckert; Mixer: John Buroker
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