[making of CF] Emerald City releases a fresh behind-the-scenes look at Rain’s Anchor Ice spot.

Cloud cover by: Stephe, Managing Editor ^@@^

Emerald City, the digital design and post production company in Sydney, Australia (Darlinghurst), that worked in house on the Hainan Breweries Rain/Anchor Ice commercial spot, “Pinball” (along with creative agency Alchemy Partnership out of Singapore), released its own behind-the-scenes look at the making of the fantastical CF a few weeks ago.

As you may recall, Alchemy Partnership released its behind-the-scenes footage and interview with Rain late last year.

» From Alchemy Partnership: It could only be Rain and Anchor Ice. (October 2011)

» Emerald City Design creates pinball magic for Rain and Anchor Ice. (August 2011)

» [images] More from the Rain/Anchor Ice commercial spot. (December 2011)

Do enjoy this wonderful clip from Emerald City, dear fans. If you can’t see the Vimeo video, there is a version on YouTube HERE.

— Stephe @cloudusa.wordpress.com / CloudUSA.org

Anchor Beer Pinball – The Making Of. (Credit: Emerald City / Emerald City @vimeo)

~ by Cloud USA on March 14, 2012.

One Response to “[making of CF] Emerald City releases a fresh behind-the-scenes look at Rain’s Anchor Ice spot.”

  1. Ah.

    The ninja strikes again. Look at him fly.

    I was hoping that we would get to see a behind-the-scenes look, so that everyone could see that Rain actually did the stunts in the CF, because the cuts didn’t really show them.

    Isn’t technology fascinating?

    Terri :-}


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