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Production & Post-Production

Bronze Winner

Entrant: Mathematic, Paris
Ghost Recon - "Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands"

Corporate Name of Client: UBISOFT

Heads of Client Services: Romain Foucher-de-Brandois/Nouredine Abboud

Client Account Directors: Alexis Kosciuszko/Romain Bergounhe

Client Account Manager: Sophie Penziki

Agency: Mathematic, Paris

Production Company: Mathematic, Paris

Director: Alex Courtes

Executive Producer: Guillaume Marien

Producer: Rebecca Rice

Post-Production Company: Mathematic, Paris

Executive Post-Producer: Hélène Saint-Riquier

VFX Supervisor: Julien Lambert

VFX Producer: Gouna Logan

VFX 3D Lead: Sebastien Eballard

Animation Company: Mathematic, Paris

Animator: Sebastien Eballard

Music Production Company: Yellow Lab, Paris

Music Producer: Manu Bachet

Music Composer: Alain Johannes

Description of the Project:
Ubisoft Paris produced the cinematic trailer of Ghost Recon Wildlands. This time the Ghosts are up against one of the worlds meanest drug cartel’s. Like a virus, the Santa Blanca Cartel has taken reign over the beautiful rich lands of Bolivia. Only the Ghosts can bring them down, but it is a long road to find and destroy Sueno, the cartel’s kingpin.
Ubisoft Paris approached Mathematic studio in late 2015 to develop ideas for the cinematic trailer of their prestigious military shooter up game, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands. The trailer needed to communicate the epic open world in which players find themselves for the first time in the franchise history as well as the Mexican Cartel story line. Mathematic brought in director Alex Courtes to work with them to develop a story and direct the film.
After a short introduction to the Ghosts as they skydive into Bolivia, we are taken on an ever increasingly violent tour of the cartels operations. Starting in the peaceful coca fields, we follow the drug trail from its production, transportation and distribution. We see the cartels heavy hand over local communities and their manipulation over the country’s militia. We are introduced to Santa Blanca’s leading figures which lead us to our final goal and the real reason for all the pain and suffering, their illusive and sadistic leader Sueno. We end the film with the start of the fight, as the trail blazing Ghosts begin their mission by taking down one of the cartels drug transits. After winning the project in early 2016, the 6 month long production was launched to create the 2 minute 30s long trailer. The Supervisor led his inexhaustible team of 3D and 2D artists.