Museum of Brisbane: Stories from the City

April 05, 2013Filed under Film and Recreation, Leisure, Sports

This film travels around the city of Brisbane to bring the most obscure and intriguing stories back to the Museum. It does this via a bicycle that’s equipped with 256 ultra-bright LEDs on each wheel. At speed, the LEDs blend to show a video animation and the wheels become a lens to the past. For example, a Bengal tiger named Jimmy who chased a man along Turbot Street in 1888. Or Australia’s first experimental TV broadcast that took place from a windmill on Wickham Terrace. But really, they’re just a tease to visit the Museum of Brisbane and find out more.

Advertising Agency:Clemenger Bbdo, Brisbane, Australia
Production Company:Cartel Film Production
Executive Creative Director:Nancy Hartley, James Burchill
Art Director:Cristian Staal
Copywriter:Marianne Harvey
Producers:Katherine Cooke, Damion Tiernan
Director Of Photography:Richard Bell
Bike Light Technology:Monkeylectric via Gran Prix Bicycles
Post Production:Alt.Vfx
Head Of Production:Marnie Ellis
Editor:Matt Bennett
Online Editor:Urs Furrer
Colourist:Sally Johnson
Audio:Dane Middleton, Brightling Sound
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