Good Omens

Amazon Prime wanted to promote its highly anticipated TV series “Good Omens,” based on the novel of the same name, with an apocalyptic Times Square takeover.
Grand Visual created an application that appeared to immerse the crowds within apocalyptic scenes from the series. Using Augmented Reality (AR) technology, we were able to attack Times Square with Kraken tentacles, UFOs and raining fish.
As the crowds watched these scenarios unfold through a digital billboard, they were encouraged to pose for a photo which was then shared on social channels.
The AR activation was supported by additional large-format billboards around Times Square, featuring a countdown to doomsday and the release of the series.
The AR Times Square takeover was launched by the author Neil Gaiman, who then shared the experience online with his 2.64 million followers. Following the campaign launch, the TV series went on to receive rave reviews from critics.

Grandvisual commissioned GVFilm to create the promo video from supplied rushes – another successful collaboration in a history of working with the award winning creative agency.

The Loneliest Time

‘The Loneliest Time’ is a drama that looks at the effects of conflict from a very different angle. Directed by Cort Kristensen (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader) and written, produced and directed by Dan Poole (Muse Of Fire), the production was funded using the KICKSTARTER platform.

The film is was completed and was shot on Arri-Alexa supplied by Onsight, graded in Baselight at Technicolor and mixed in DOLBY ATMOS at Fox Studios, Los Angeles. GVFilm was proud to support the production from inception, and have created teasers and trailers for the film.

Now available on Amazon Prime