The ending of this spot made me lolza. Nice casting, too. This is all part of a new rebrand for Williamsburg thanks to the Martin Agency.
Filmworkers and Vitamin recently provided visual effects and post-production services for a new, national spot about a family of vampires who learn to love mornings thanks to Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain.
Conceived by Leo Burnett, Chicago, the spot opens on a vampire couple who are interviewed in their suburban home. Admitting they weren’t “morning people,” the couple tells how their lives have been turned upside down by the crunchy taste of Nutri-Grain Fruit Crunch Bars. The whole family is now rising early and accomplishing much more. Dad even has time to walk the family bat.
"Before they sat down, one more time, just for themselves..." This BOA commercial tells the story of a family, and all the ups and downs they have gone through, backwards in time through family portraits. It's a very interesting way of peeking into a large families life, and perfectly art directed fashion era references will push recognition buttons in nearly everyone. The small moments of acting a much larger story are great too, like the mothers glare after Brad's "brief brush with the law".
"We know we're not the center of your life" says Bank Of America, who probably lent this family the money to buy the house with the fireplace we see in every photo....."But we'll do ur best to help you connect to what is."
A new series of ads for Kraft center on highly engaging portraits of New Orleans families who share a great fondness for food—and each other. Directed by Madheart’s Jan Gleie for Chicago agency McGarryBowen, the spots are the latest in an ongoing branding campaign featuring real people who use Kraft products to “make something amazing.”
The best things in life start with "Don't tell... " say Hyundai who hope to sell a lot of vehicles to dysfunctional families.
The circumstances surrounding the shoot were a bit tricky. Rob wanted to shoot Telkom’s National Control Room, because power grids are awesome, doncha know. But the place has severely restricted access. So Rob recreated it thanks to the magic of art direction and CGI.
The message is pretty much what you'd expect from a power company:
"This vacation has been a year in the planning and here you are, standing, nay staring down your dream. The rest of your holiday hinges on the moment you walk through that door. The door opens.. you hold your breath... and then you realize. You got it right. You got it booking right".
Yes kids, it's an entire spot built on the idea that booking sorta sounds like fucking and har har, isn't that hilarious?
Land O’Lakes’ new “Mom Wins” spot by Campbell Mithun serves up a dinner victory for moms as it kicks off a national advertising effort to launch the Sauté Express® Sauté Starter product to consumers. The spot celebrates the “one step, no prep” ease of making quick and delicious meals – courtesy of the sauté starter with butter, olive oil, herbs and spices – along with a mom’s other daily victories in a busy household.
In his latest contribution for Hallmark, Madheart’s Jan Gleie has directed a spot that captures the spirit of the holidays through a series of disarmingly simple vignettes in which people express their desire to connect with family and friends. It’s part of an ongoing campaign for the brand, out of Leo Burnett, Chicago, employing the theme “Tell Me” and showing how a Hallmark card can satisfy basic human emotional needs.
The spot is composed of a series of artfully crafted portraits in which the subject speaks directly to the camera as if to a loved one of his or her desire for connection. “Tell me that I did a good job.” “…that our traditions matter.” “Tell me you love me for who I am.”
Watch out for the Duck Dynasty. They can rapp your ass.
“Usually our work for an A&E targets a very broad audience, but this was all about reaching the dudes,” Andy Hann, BIGSMACK’s Creative Director says. ”We wrote some lyrics, but honestly the funniest material came when we let rapper Kurt Hunte do some free-styling on his own.”
The clever spot combines a classic hip hop groove and a fast cut music video edit to tell the “Duck Dynasty” story, which centers on The Robertsons, a newly-minted multimillionaire Louisiana bayou family living the American dream as they operate a thriving sporting empire manufacturing top-of-the-line duck calls and decoys made out of salvaged swamp wood.
Peter Dietrich directs this BBDO SF spec effort for Flamingo Casino.
The idea is you'll get a lot of deals when you get on Flamingo Las Vegas' website.
The spot is...well, basically, a dude meets his girlfriend's family and they're all hot. Including the sexy mermaid goldfish and the dad who is a hot chick with a dad's voice. Because the boyfriend gets more than he bargained for. Or something.
It feels like it's a Bud Light spot transplanted as a Las Vegas resort hotel spot.
What does one say to this?
Beyond the sexy lady factor there's not much to say about it that can redeem it into anything approaching interesting or good.
The Nippon “Create Magic” campaign is based around the concept of changing not only the physical environment, but also the emotional mood of the people in that environment. The film features the Blobby characters first launched by Nippon in 2008. The challenge was to breathe fresh life and creativity into an existing execution and to create a fun and energetic film as we follow the Blobby’s adventures. In the commercial, the family are led through a transformation of their house from dull to vibrant as the Blobbies turn possibilities into realities and create magic from the mundane.
STORY's Blair Hayes has directed a new spot for The Coleman Company and Doner Advertising that evokes memories of camping through "vintage" footage of people having fun in the great outdoors.
Introducing Coleman’s new Instant Tent, the spot, titled Not All Of It, builds on a series of earlier ads that were composed from home movies and old photographs submitted by campers. The new ad uses some of the same footage, but mixes in new footage, shot by Hayes, and cleverly designed to look like decades old Super 8 material. The new footage shows people setting up the Instant Tent and carousing around a campsite.
For its launch rollout, startup Proust.com engaged production company Civilian Studios in an ongoing collaboration tailored for micro-targeted advertising strategy. The relationship is emblematic of Civilian’s methodology and is a natural fit with Director Diane Paragas’ roots in documentary experiences and brand promotions. The inaugural spot, “Joshua” launches this week and was just named the Google TV for ALL First Place Winner.
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