Life and Fate trailer by Devilfish

Devilfish has created this Saul Bass-inspired film to promote the new BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of Vasily Grossman’s novel Life and Fate, which stars David Tennant and Kenneth Branagh. The trailer is currently airing on UK TV.

Devilfish has created this Saul Bass-inspired film to promote the new BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of Vasily Grossman’s novel Life and Fate, which stars David Tennant and Kenneth Branagh. The trailer is currently airing on UK TV.

Credits:
Agency: Devilfish Creative
Senior partner: Richard Holman
Creative director: Lee Edwards
Designer: Ben Newman @ Pocko
Production company: Wonky Films

 

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