Sydney Opera House : The Ship Song Project

Behind the iconic sails of the Australian landmark.

Published On
Jul 26, 2011

Editor's Pick

The Sydney Opera House and agency Three Drunk Monkeys bring together some of the world's best artists to perform "The Ship Song." The effort is meant to showcase the Opera House as a contemporary cultural hub, and over a 10-month period, shot artists and groups performing at the center--including Neil Finn, Sarah Blasko and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra--singing the Nick Cave ballad.

The artists were shot moments before they began their performances at the House and accompanying the shots is footage from the rehearsal rooms and backstage areas of the Australian landmark.

Along with the video is a microsite as well as a 30-minute documentary narrated by actor Guy Pearce that will air this month.

Credits

Date
Jul 26, 2011
Brand:
Sydney Opera House
Client:
Sydney Opera House
Agency:
Three Drunk Monkeys-Sydney
Executive Creative Director:
Justin Drape
Executive Creative Director:
Scott Nowell
Creative Director:
Noah Regan
Art Director:
Noah Regan
Copywriter:
Noah Regan
Copywriter:
Simone Louis
Head of Broadcast Production:
Thea Carone
Production Coordinator:
Lauren O'Shea
Content Director:
Suzy Coman
Content Manager:
Kate Behne
Director:
Paul Goldman
Production Company:
Exit Films
Producer:
Caroline David
Music Director/Arranger:
Elliot Wheeler
Music Producer:
Emma Hoy
Music:
Turning Studios
Editor:
David Gross

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