LG Good Things Happen in Short Films
LG Portugal continues “Good Things Happen,” the short film series launched earlier in 2010, with “Orion House”, a short film by Chris Hewitt. The series began in May with “Momentos”, directed by Nuno Rocha, featuring a homeless man whose life is changed by sitting in front of a LG television shop display. “Algo De Bom”, directed by Rui Vieira, was released in September, showcasing the role of LG mobile phones as a man and woman head towards a rendezvous on a remote stretch of road. “Orion House” brings together two people suffering from grief, one from a move away from her home in Portugal to London, the other from the death of his brother in a car accident.
Click on the image below to play the Orion House video in YouTube (HD)
Click on the image below to play the Orion Making-of video in YouTube (HD)
Click on the image below to play the Momentos video in YouTube (HD)
Click on the image below to play the Momentos Making-of video in YouTube (HD)
Click on the image below to play the Algo de Bom video in YouTube (HD)
Click on the image below to play the Algo de Bom making-of video in YouTube (HD)
The Good Things Happen series was developed at Fullsix, Portugal.
Momentos was produced at Filmesdamente by director/copywriter/producer/editor Nuno Rocha, executive producer/copywriter/sound designer Victor Santos, director of photography Pedro Negrao, sound producer Duarte Ferreira. Music is Tokyo Girl, Back in the Day (Darren and Stephen Loveday) and Solitary (Burt Goldstein).
Algo de Bom was produced by director/producer/editor Rui Vieira, director of photography Marianna Yakobson, writer Filipe Santos, composer Alexi Aigui, producers Ricardo Ferreira and Joao Abreu, sound mixer Duarte Ferreira, sound designer Pedro Santos, colorist Paulo Ines at Light Film.
Orion House was produced by creative director Rui Vieira, director Chris Hewitt via Knucklehead, London, with director of photography Daniel Trapp. Post production was done at Framestore, London. Music is by Shervin Shaeri. Sound was engineered by Ed Downham at Wave Studios, London.