Published on : Saturday, June 10, 2017
Accompanied by the distinctive voice of John Boyega, a London born icon whose recent travels have brought him global fame and exciting opportunities, the film beautifully captures genuine moments of closeness between passengers at Heathrow. As part of the piece, we see small interactions juxtaposed with the epic landscape of Heathrow. John’s distinctive voice reminds us to keep looking up and dreaming; ‘Wonderers, keep wondering. We’re all closer here.’
Created by HAVAS London, the sixty second film focuses on the universal human quality of curiosity and how this brings us closer together. With over 75 million passengers travelling through Heathrow to 194 destinations in 82 countries, Heathrow is the place that the wonder of travel unites them all.
The film was shot by Fred Scott of Pulse films with post completed by The Mill.
Ben Mooge, Executive Creative Director at HAVAS London said: ‘Heathrow is a totally unique place, where everyone is different, yet connects, and improbably flies together. We believe if you stay open and keep Wondering you’ll be closer to the world, and everyone in it.’
Rebecca White, Marketing Research and Insights Lead at Heathrow said: ‘We wanted the film to capture the way in which air travel can bring us closer. Whether this is a family who are reconnecting on holiday or two strangers on different life journeys sharing the same destination, passengers at Heathrow have more in common than they realise, yet connect to travel in unique and different ways. We hope this film creates a moment to celebrate the journey we are all on, and the unifying wonder of the destination.’
Source:- Heathrow Airport
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