Smoke Free Me is a film I made as part of a campaign aimed at getting Brighton and Hove residents to stop smoking. Shot over two days on location at Brighton and Hove Albion’s state of the art training ground and the considerably less state of the art impromptu pitches of Hove Lawns.
The one minute film was shown during half time at Brighton’s last home game of the season and a shorter 30 second version will continue to be shown around the city.
Agency: Do Something Different Client: Albion in the Community / NHS
Dan Nixon is a filmmaker based in Brighton. He specialises in films with a heavy post-production element. These range from generative art for musicians to motion graphics heavy films for NGOs and charities.
Before this he was the Associate Producer on two feature films which competed at the Cannes Film Festival for the Camera d'Or and the Prix Un Certain Regard in 2005 and 2008 respectively.