Anna Friel stars in film promoting Titian exhibition
Euro RSCG London has created a short film on behalf of Credit Suisse, to promote the National Gallery's new blockbuster Titian exhibition, which the bank is sponsoring. Titled Metamorphosis, the film is inspired by Titian's famous painting Diana and Actaeon, and stars Anna Friel as the goddess.
The film ties in with the unusual approach that the National Gallery has taken to the Titian show, which features work by contemporary artists Chris Ofili, Conrad Shawcross and Mark Wallinger, who have all created artworks responding to paintings by the Italian master, which are also displayed. The show opens tomorrow (July 11) and runs until September 23: more info is here.
Agency: Euro RSCG London
Creative director/writer: Gerry Moira
Art directors: Dave Burn
Directors: Tell No One
Production company: Skin Flicks
Brilliant. I can't wait to show this to my courses at University in the Fall..
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