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'Butterflies'
17 July 2017 60s

Looks like Sky Sports have borrowed a few butterflies from their Sky Arts colleagues. Blue and red wings fill the screen as various sporting venues materialize, including Lord's, Eden Park, and Manchester City's Etihad Stadium. As the broadcaster revamps its sports line-up, subscribers are reminded of Sky's sporting legacy through evocative commentary.

Product Category: TV Stations

Territory: UK



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CD: Antony Nelson
CD: Mike Sutherland
Creative: Matt Gay
Acc Dir: Tom White
Producer: Rebecca Holt
MJZ
Director: Rupert Saunders
Producer: Tim Wild
DOP: Alex Barber
Work Editorial
Editor: Bill Smedley
The Mill
Colourist: James Bamford

  Sky Sports - 'Butterflies'


Sky Sports
'Butterflies'
17 July 2017 60s

Looks like Sky Sports have borrowed a few butterflies from their Sky Arts colleagues. Blue and red wings fill the screen as various sporting venues materialize, including Lord's, Eden Park, and Manchester City's Etihad Stadium. As the broadcaster revamps its sports line-up, subscribers are reminded of Sky's sporting legacy through evocative commentary.

Product Category: TV Stations

Territory: UK



adam&eveDDB
CD: Antony Nelson
CD: Mike Sutherland
Creative: Matt Gay
Acc Dir: Tom White
Producer: Rebecca Holt
MJZ
Director: Rupert Saunders
Producer: Tim Wild
DOP: Alex Barber
Work Editorial
Editor: Bill Smedley
The Mill
Colourist: James Bamford

Sky Sports 17 July 2017
'Butterflies' 60s

by Andrew MacGregor

Looks like Sky Sports have borrowed a few butterflies from their Sky Arts colleagues. Blue and red wings fill the screen as various sporting venues materialize, including Lord's, Eden Park, and Manchester City's Etihad Stadium. As the broadcaster revamps its sports line-up, subscribers are reminded of Sky's sporting legacy through evocative commentary.

Product Category: TV Stations

Territory: UK



adam&eveDDB
CD: Antony Nelson
CD: Mike Sutherland
Creative: Matt Gay
Acc Dir: Tom White
Producer: Rebecca Holt
MJZ
Director: Rupert Saunders
Producer: Tim Wild
DOP: Alex Barber
Work Editorial
Editor: Bill Smedley
The Mill
Colourist: James Bamford