Stories from the City

Agency Network: 
April 2013


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.

Post Production: Alt.vfx

Film advertisement created by BBDO, Australia for Museum of Brisbane, within the category: Recreation, Leisure.

Advertising Agency: ClemengerBBDO Brisbane, Australia
Production Company: Cartel Film Production
Executive Creative Directors: Nancy Hartley, James Burchill
Art Director: Cristian Staal
Copywriter: Marianne Harvey
Director: Davros
Producers: Katherine Cooke, Damion Tiernan
Director of Photography: Richard Bell
Bike Light Technology: Monkeylectric via Gran Prix Bicycles
Head of Production: Marnie Ellis
Editor: Matt Bennett
Online Editor: Urs Furrer
Colourist: Sally Johnson
Music / Audio: Dane Middleton / Brightling Sound
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cool bike, nothing else.

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