Poignant Alzheimer's PSA Recreates the Feeling of Memory Loss

U.K. Spot Captures the Feeling of Disconnect Felt by People With Dementia

Published On
May 15, 2015

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This poignant film for U.K. charity The Alzheimer's Society sets out to recreate the isolation and disconnection experienced by people with dementia. It features a grandfather who's enjoying a family lunch when he experiences a sudden disconnect from the friends and family around him; it's as if he doesn't know them at all, and by the end they're gone completely. The film, created by Fallon London and directed by Thirty Two through Pulse Films, launches to coincide with Dementia Awareness Week, starting May 17.

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Date
May 15, 2015
Agency:
Fallon-London
Brand:
Alzheimer's Society
Client:
Alzheimer's Society
Creative Director:
Sam Hibbard
Creative Director:
Dan Watts
Executive Creative Director:
Nick Bell
Producer:
Natalie Hill
Director:
thirtytwo
Production Company:
Pulse Films
Production Company Producer:
Shirley OConnor
Editor:
Stitch
Editor:
Leo Scott
Post Production:
Electric Theatre Collective
Colorist:
Aubrey Woodiwiss
Post Producer:
Matt Williams
Sound Studio:
Wave
Sound Design:
Johnnie Burn
Sound Design:
Ed Downham

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