Mom's demand action and the client "States United to Prevent Gun Violence" pull out all emotional stops here with a slow-motion shot of an AR-15 assault weapon spitting out bullets, each one carrying the name of a recent gun related tragedy. Very simple.
Grey New York open their anti-gun campaign with this scenario: an older man is going postal in an office, but he's using a very old muskot and forgot to affix his bayonet to it so after one shot he has to stop and reload .... The point being that US gun laws are antiquated because apparently the 1994 federal assault weapons ban was a hundred years ago, and man now I feel older than usual, thanks for that. Why didn't this guy Ed use the gun powder for a bomb instead? He's got the gun powder, clearly. Oh, that's right, because Ed is a crazy person. They aren't very logical.
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The 2013 MTV Movie Awards campaign spoofs Tatum’s upcoming White House Down with spots portraying the action star outrunning his attackers in a bullet-riddled SUV as an obliviously love-struck Rebel Wilson tricks and cajoles him into sexually uncomfortable situations. To create these hilariously harrowing scenes, Click 3X transformed a windshield-less SUV shot on rollers in a green screen stage into a fast-moving battle-scarred escape vehicle with the help of moving light rigs, stock and custom elements, and green screen comps melded to background footage from White House Down.
The Crime Stoppers Ball is an annual fundraiser attended by Toronto’s Chief of Police and other high-ranking officials. With so many of the city’s crime fighting elite occupied at the event, it would be “The Perfect Night to Crime.”
This explains the sudden Mexican standoff at the Kwik-e-mart.
john st. have created an emotionally overwhelming film for War Child. It starts with the scenarios of war torn countries, a father being threatened by a gun, a child running across a land mine in the road, a bomb blast at a market. But then, the scenarios don't play out as how you expected them to.
Where childhood thrives. War does not.
War Child provides the education, opportunity and justice that children in areas of conflict need to break the cycle of poverty and violence.
See the article that goes with this ad Christian billboard campaign threatens to kill you if you don't believe in God
When you're producing movies there are two themes you dream to work with: Fast cars and massive explosions. CinemaxX wanted everything.
Introducing a new sound system by Meyer Sound to their 30 movie theaters, CinemaxX commissioned the specialists from Schönheitsfarm, Acrobat and White Horse Music to create a spot all the way from concept to execution that makes full use of the new "MAXXIMUM SOUND" experience.
To visualize the crystal clear and highly differentiated sound we turned to a technique very popular in film making and translated it into the acoustic world:
To get the gaming world psyched for the release of its new motion-sensing controller PlayStation Move, electronics giant Sony teamed up with San Francisco-based creative studio TEAK to concept, produce and handle post-production on "Move", a three-minute film that premiered at the annual E3 video game conference this past June.
The short combines original 3D modeling, live action and videogame footage to show how gamers of all ages can use the motion joystick to experience the console's immersive onscreen worlds. TEAK Creative Director/Director Greg Rowan came up with the original idea for "Move" and with the support of motion designers Frank Glinski and Josh Miller, crafted the concept from inception to completion.
Two jaw-dropping spots for the 2010 Newport Beach Film Festival were recently created by ad agency RPA and the standout Tool of North America duo of Director Erich Joiner and two-time Academy Award®-winning DP Robert Richardson (Inglourious Basterds, Shutter Island, Kill Bill: Vol. 1 & 2). Also recruited was Lost Planet Editor Hank Corwin (Natural Born Killers, JFK).
It’s time we raised some important issues about the state of our community. Why do we prefer iPods to conversation? Why do we have more friends on Facebook than in real life? When did we stop letting our kids walk to school?
This ad caused a bit of controversy when it was released as they thought it would encourage kids to tumble themselves.
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