Virgin Media Backlot in World of Entertainment

Virgin Media takes us behind the scenes of a Hollywood film studio with “Backlot”, a television commercial directed by Ringan Ledwidge from Rattling Stick, London.

Virgin Media Back lot

A woman walks into a TV studio to explore the magical world of the backlot. She walks past an ogre, revels in the costume department, walks into a campfire meeting, encounters a large orangutan, stumbles into a police car chase and comes close to an encounter of the third kind. “Discover a world of entertainment”.

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The Backlot ad was developed at RKCR/Y&R, London, by executive creative director Mark Roalfe, copywriter Gethin Stout, art director Richard Bridgland, and agency producer Sally Pritchett.

Filming was shot by Ringan Ledwidge via Rattling Stick, London, with producer Sally Humphries and director of photography Patrick Duroux.

Visual effects were developed at The Mill, London. Editor was Rich Orrick at Work.

Music features voice and harp….

“This could be all a fairy tale
You could play the villains for us all
I could be the balance to your Wonderland
and find the past…
Where was the dragon slain?”

  • Robson

    I just want ask the name from the music,is good.The commercial is from Virgin Media.Thanks

  • sam

    Whats the music called? I really like it and would appreciate it if anyone could tell me.

  • David D

    It’s called Beasts by Slow Moving Millie. It is currently unreleased and shall be released on 18th August

  • Daniel Whitehouse

    I would really like it too

  • Hi,
    I'd very much like to know more details about the artist. I've tried tagging this song but all to no avail.



  • eamonn45

    is the song available to buy its so haunting, can anyone tell me

  • Yes, I'd love a copy of that song too!

  • anonymoose243

    Who's the actress?

  • Skittles

    any idea about the song? whose singin?

  • Sara

    It's called “Beasts” by Slow Moving Millie – coming out for download today (17 August), so look for it!