CURLY PRODUCES THE OPENING FILM FOR THE BAFTA SCOTLAND AWARDS & EE
EE and BAFTA have commissioned a series of films about the UK Film and TV industry. The EE ‘Film Stories’ campaign has been conceived by Cake (Havas) and produced by Curly. The first film in the series tells an optimistic story of how technology is playing its part in keeping industry professionals working in changing times.
The film set the scene for the BAFTA Scotland awards by showcasing the incredible natural beauty of Scotland through the work of esteemed Location Supervisor Lloret MacKenna Dunn and her team of location scouts. It highlights how new technology, such as EE’s latest 5G network, is supporting, and will continue to support and enhance the lives of those working in the UK Film and TV industry.
Curly and director Dominic O’Riordan assembled a team that has created a film worthy to open the BAFTA Scotland Awards as Jude MacLaverty, director at BAFTA Scotland explains: “Film Stories, which EE specially commissioned for this year’s virtual BAFTA Scotland Awards, not only highlights how vital technology has been in keeping the industry connected but also beautifully showcases Scotland as a film and TV location, and we are really excited for people to see it”.