So this is where Anthony got the idea for that annoying inhaling sound in Silence of the lambs. The hilarity. Props for delivery, dear talent.
This makes sense. "Then he walks away with that grin". You know exactly what that grin looks like.
Directed by Ivan Zacharias through DDB London these films will run in 196 independent cinemas across the UK from 25th May and are the latest stage in Volkswagen’s seven-year support of independent cinema.
The 60-second spots open with the line: ‘Some of the most famous moments in cinema were never scripted.’ and then we are shown the real story. Ish.
Matt Lee, Creative Director added ‘From start to finish these films were a labour of love. They’re a fine addition to the campaign.’
Protective father's evolving relationship with his daughter goes from sheilding her from rain, to boys and eventually when she is due to fly the nest his protective act is to get her into the safest car he knows.
There's rumbling on the interwebs that the song in this spot is too close of a soundalike to the Beach House song "Take Care".
Update Beach House released a statement on their facebook page that they were approached to licence the song but declined the offer.
'Our character is all in a spin. That's because he's on top of our Thank yous Zoetrope! Take a look at some of the rewards you could receive as an EDF Energy customer, and find out more at http://www.edfenergy.com/thankyous '
Targeting both new and existing EDF Energy customers, the Zoetrope celebrates the depth and volume of prizes available. Complementing the above the line message that the Olympics is the ‘Greatest show on earth, it also reinforces the spectacle and scale of the Olympics’ opening and the closing ceremonies.’ The ‘magic’ machine, which produces a rich kaleidoscopic display of all prizes and experiences EDF Energy has to offer, will be integrated into all elements of the campaign including Online, eCrm, DM, internal comms.
In Manchester Red Stripe Make Art On The Street with Filthy Luker. He created a space invader game with bits and bobs from street workers materials and lights. At night one can start the game by pressing a button located in a lit up street sign. It actually works as a real space invaders game.
While Harvey is out of the kitchen his owner reckons he might take this opportunity to get rid of that rancid old rabbit.... But then the power of TV advertising makes him change his mind. Well that, the awesome soundtrack and those eyes.
"He looks shattered. You should look after him more often."
Top old blokes of advertising, sorry, leading industry figures including Sir Martin Sorrell, Sir John Hegarty, Lord Bell, Johnny Hornby and Jeremy Bullmore, have been immortalized in Lego as part of a ‘build your career’ campaign to highlight the high calibre of speakers that the IPA’s 44 Club attracts. SO cute.
The Lego figures, created by 44 Club committee member and Leo Burnett creative Ben Gough and photographed by Adrian Burke, will appear on a series of postcards to be sent to the industry’s HR managers and those new to the industry.
"Some things you can never have too much of" like BUBBLES! Soap bubbles! Its spring! Lets play with soap bubbles! More! Yes! Oh.. You were talking about cellphone networks.. with unlimited data! Oh that is like soap bubbles! More! Yes! Please!
Now if we can make my iPhone produce real soap bubbles I'll never have to go inside ever again.
"I killed the hamster", so begins the ad where the man and house is in all white. But wait, for each mood he goes through, anger, denial, sorrow, his clothes change color. Set the mood, mate.
Chris Palmer clearly had a grand old time directing the call for entries film for the Saatchi & Saatchi New Directors' Showcase 2012. In it, a perfectionist porn director asks for "more smoke, Gary", and titles his films "Good things cum to those who wait". The advertising jokes never seem to end, there's an orange bald guy slapping some girls, the dialogue consists of famously horny lines written by copy wankers, such as "Where's the beef" and "a bit of an animal".
It starts out innocent enough, with those funny questions and observations only kids can make. "Mommy do babies know how to laugh or does their mommy teach them?" It gets a lot less funny and quite a bit creepier as it runs along. Sure to hit a nerve, director Amanda Boyle has made all the kids perform naturally, so even the most disturbing phrases feel all to real and makes one worry. If you're worried about a child, don't wait. Call the NSPCC.
Creature of London's first major campaign for the new Adidas Space Diver shows some some incredible 3D monsters reflecting the Adidas wearing characters' auras pounding the streets of Barcelona. Or check out the 300-pound gorilla (in the room).
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