Sprint Wedding – What if Film Crews Ran the World?

What do you do when everything is going wrong on your wedding day? If you live in a world where film crews are running things, you trust in their can-do attitude, their ability to make anything happen and their Sprint Nextel phones.

Sprint Wedding Film Crewman and Groom

With a film crew there’s always a contingency plan in place, taking care of weather, cake, and even a groom with cold feet. Click on the image below to play the video.

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The Wedding spot Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, San Francisco, by co-chairman and creative director Rich Silverstein, creative director Franklin Tipton, group creative director Paul Stechschulte, group crative director/associate partner Christian Haas, senior copywriter Steve Payonzeck, art director Jack Woodworth and agency producer Jennie Lindstrom.

Filming was shot by Jim Jenkins via O Positive Films, Los Angeles and New York, with executive producer Ralph Laucella, director of photography Robert Gantz and production supervisor Devon Clark.

Editor was Jim Hutchins at HutchCo Technologies with assistant editor Joaquin Machado and executive producer Jane Hutchins.

Colorist was Stefan Sonnenfeld at Company 3. Graphics were produced at Radium LA by After Effects artist Hatem Ben Abdallah, Inferno artist Joe Censoplano and producer Linda Jackson.

Post production was done at Brickyard by lead Flame artist Patrick Poulatian, Flame artist Chris Sonia and Narbeh Mardirossian, VFX producer Diana Young.

Sound was designed at Mophonics by Josh Marcy with producer Colette Huemer. Sound was mixed at Lime Studios by engineer Rohan Young, assistant engineer Joel Waters, producer Jessica Locke. Stock music (Here Comes The Bride) was provided by APM.