The first kiss. It's awkward. It tastes like Doritos.
LA-based mixed-media production studio Roger recently partnered with Lifetime TV to create a series of promos for "Preachers' Daughters," a brand-new reality series. Led by Creative Director Terence Lee, the promos comically present the trials and tribulations of teen parenting (with biblical proportions).
Shooting two completely different :30s in one day for "Preachers' Daughters," production required capturing all of the coverage thoroughly and efficiently. This included shooting and redressing bedroom sets for all three daughters featured in the campaign. Surmounting that challenge, Roger also had to structure its busy production day to accommodate other parties on set for a still shoot and web interviews.
Following beautiful work on campaigns for Chevy Volt and Salt, live-action, design and animation specialists Gentleman Scholar brought the full force of their production expertise to an elegant campaign for Qatar Foundation’s QF Radio. At the center of the campaign is an ambling dream of a spot directed, produced and post-produced by Gentleman Scholar, who worked not only with agency TBWA\Qatar, but also a marketing team assembled by the First Lady of Qatar who, as Chairperson of the Foundation, was actively involved in evaluating and approving the work during various stages of the creative and production process.
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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.
Nola Pictures director Nick Lewin and editor Sean VonLembke have teamed up with Martin Retail Group to create “Standard,” a spot for Cadillac that is anything but. The sharp new :30 is an ode to the timelessly inventive Cadillac brand, which has continually populated the “standard” features in its line of vehicles with the very best in cutting-edge, fully-integrated luxury technology.
A blond actress walks into a bar.. and when she hands unsuspecting men her phone number, they're in for a chain of texts from her ex-lovers.
The text chain ends with "Don't get more than her number, protect yourself" and the men realize they've been had. It was all too good to be true with a blond in New York handing out her phone number like that, wasn't it?
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You know how kids keep asking questions? Well the Kia Sorento CUV has an answer for everything, or rather dad does as the car is the subject of all the questions. I just wish they had thrown in one of the more difficult ones like "why is mom in the trunk"?
She sips Diet Coke while she writes songs.
Dad looks down at his little girl, asking if she's excited for her first day. She says yes, but that little worry-line around her eyebrows says she's really really scared. This is why dad stalks the schoolbus with his Subaru, because he's overprotective.
She's fine, dad, relax.
Old spice is back with a many soap. Not a soap on a rope (but wouldn't that have been perfectly hipster retro now), just a soap. A soap that is the manly way to wash and will keep you fresh all day. Because it's like you shower all day. No more boring old soap for you, no sir. You use the stalker soap!
"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."
Facebook home means that your home screen is always showing you the latest of your friends inane facebook posts, and that you can FB from any app on your phone, receive chats while looking at a map and so on. What this means is, it's like having a random drag queen cabaret appear on an airplane. Your beach-lounging pals are taking up the overhead compartment. Your nephew is covered with chocolate cake in the aisle and there's cats everywhere. No, not like in "Great, now there's going to be cats everywhere"., just as in the old THIS bring X to LIFE execution.
I'm not saying it's predictable, I really like the music chosen for example, just that's it's not totally rad either.
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