Film
created by Zulu Alpha Kilo, director Dave Mossop and GO2 Productions features
groundbreaking projection mapping imagery shot and lit only by moonlight.

Los Angeles—In Projection of Greatness, a new 90-second
film for Audi, the Q7’s ascent of a snow covered mountain turns magical with
the live action projection of its soul, Conceived by Toronto agency Zulu Alpha
Kilo, directed by Dave Mossop of Sherpas Cinema and Accomplice Media, and
featuring projection mapping by GO2 Productions, the stunning display was
captured entirely in-camera, with no CGI manipulation in post.
The aim of the film
is to showcase the all-new Q7’s impressive mix of power, style and innovation,
and how its greatness “projects” onto any terrain. It opens on a silver SUV making its way along a
twisting, snow-covered mountain road under moonlight. The stars and the flying snow transform the vehicle into a fully
animated version of itself that streaks up the side of the mountain.

“When I saw it, I had trouble believing my own eyes,”
says Zak Mroueh, Chief Creative Officer at Zulu Alpha Kilo. “Consumers who see
it may not believe it either. But the sequences were absolutely captured 100
percent in camera with no CGI involved. The result is stunning.”
Mossop worked alongside Zulu Alpha Kilo’s creative team
and projection mapping specialist GO2 Productions to create the incredible imagery.
The film was shot on location at Fortress Mountain, Alberta, 7500 feet above
sea level. Temperatures during the nighttime shoots dropped to -20C.  “We
were lucky to have two Q7 picture cars,” recalls Mossop. “Turned out, they were the only
vehicles on the shoot that could handle the
icy conditions.”
The production team used high powered projectors to map
animated visuals directly onto the Audi Q7 and the mountain environment to
create the 3D illusions. “We were presented with a wonderful set of
challenges,” says Mossop, “including the difficulty of bringing vehicles, crew
and a lot of technology to a remote and undisturbed location in the dead of
winter.”
Mossop shot the opening sequence of the film with the
real Q7 by moonlight alone. That was made possible through the use of newly
developed digital cinema cameras capable of capturing high-resolution imagery in
extremely low light. “We’ve had a great relationship with Audi for a couple of
years,” says Mossop, “and we were thrilled to be given the opportunity to help
concept this innovative project with Zulu Alpha Kilo and then overcome the
technical difficulties to execute it.”
 For more information about Accomplice Media,
visit http://www.accomplice-media.com/
Credits
Agency: Zulu Alpha Kilo. Zak Mroueh, Chief Creative Officer; Allen Oke, Executive Creative Director; Jon Webber, Creative Director/Copywriter; Allan Mah, Senior Art Director; Tara Handley, Christine Pacheco, Clair Galea and Ola Stodulska, Agency Producers; David Tremblay, Account Director; Lance Kowlessar, Account Supervisor; Emma Brooks and Jamie Cuthbertson, Strategic Planning.
Production: Sherpas Cinema, Accomplice Media. Dave Mossop, Director; Malcolm Sangster, Executive Producer; Byron Kopman, D.O.P. 
Edit: Sherpas Cinema, Dave Mossop, Jay Baker, Will Biname, Editors. 
Post: Sherpas Cinema, zulubot
Color: Color Matters, Eric Rosen, Colorist.
Audio: Jacob Yoffee, Composer/Audio Engineer.
Projection Mapping: Go2 Productions. Adrian Scott, Executive Creative Director; Craig McEwen, Creative Director; Joe Surachet, Art Direction/3D Animation; Nash Sittisarebute, Compositor/Visual Effects; Marie Laderoute, Production Manager; Scott Justis, Technical Producer; Liz Toscano, Production Manager; Dan Mulcahy Qlab, Programmer; Carr Salvo Lead Projectionist.
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