London based boutique production company, Autobahn, have joined ENID. Headed by filmmakers Pedro de la Fuente and James Worsley (aka Pedro and James), and Head of Production Thais Altman, Autobahn have worked for clients such as Google, Puma, Casio, Dove and Hewlett Packard, and advertising agencies including M&C Saatchi, TBWA, Leo Burnett, Ogilvy and Publicis, delivering content for all platforms. Autobahn’s film ‘Anthony’s Story’, directed for the Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI) by Pedro & James, was at the Brand Film Festival, winning gold for Best Branded Documentary and Best Of The Best.
Pedro and James’ latest film for Puma has just been shortlisted at this year’s Campaign / PR Weeks Brand Film Festival. In a year where division took over our social feeds, Puma football and Arsenal F.C believed in a message of diversity to represent the club’s biggest icon – the jersey. Pedro and James were bought in by Knas Creative to realise this vision, creating a campaign showcasing this diversity. The Arsenal shirt breaks barriers between people – Londoners from different ethnicities, social classes, religious and cultural backgrounds, united by one passion. Shot using five different camera formats – Alexa Mini and RED Helium using Anamorphic lenses, 16mm film, 8mm film, and an old Hi8 handy-cam – the idea was to embrace the multi capture world we currently live in, whilst creating a self generated, raw, collage aesthetic.