Having worked on the Sundance Institute Center's wall projections in 2013 we were asked again to produce some eye catching content for the 2014 festival. This was the 30th anniversary of the festival so we made every effort to make the graphics as striking as possible. Two simultaneous HD projections flanked either side of a touchscreen wall area and the content was all themed to promote the HP sponsored digital archives and history of the festival dating back to the eighties.
The project was commisioned by Simon Collins of London agency GMR Marketing. I worked closely with Joel Harrison who had been a major contributor to the first 2013 festival project. We also took on great help from designer / animator's Jun Iwakawa and Ian Macklin.
See a movie cut of it here.