HONDA CR-V "Around & About" Commercial

Agency: Draftfcb Melbourne
Advertiser: Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
Brand Name: Honda Australia
Product Name: CR-V
Market: Australia
Country of Production: Australia
Production Company: Photoplay Films
Director: Scott Otto Anderson
Creative Director: Scott Lambert
Producer: Oliver Lawrance
Agency Producer: Lisa Ramsey
Country: Australia
Language: English
Type: Television
Length: 45 seconds
Tagline: The Power of Dreams

Lipton Ice Tea Ad Hugh Jackman - Tokyo Dancing Hotel

Hugh Jackman shows us his best moves in the "Tokyo Dancing Hotel" commercial for Lipton Ice Tea.
Behind the scenes and the making of the Lipton Ice Tea Dancing Hotel with Hugh Jackman.

Advertiser: Unilever
Brand Name: Lipton Ice Tea
Production Company: Partizan
Country of Production: France
Soundtrack/Song: "Funky Boogie remixed by Pilooski"
Tagline: Lipton Ice Tea. Drink Positive

Executive Creative Director: Nick Bell
Creative Director: Pierrette Diaz, Matthieu Elkaim
Art Director: Laurent Toth
Copywriter: Marc Badinand
Director: Michael Gracey
Account Supervisor: Philippe Berthelot, Marina Zuber
Post Production: Mikros Images
Music: John Ozila
Actor / Celebrity: Hugh Jackman
Advertiser's Supervisor: Jason Green, Garth Woolley, François Bazini

Puma Commercial "Journey of Football" 2010 FIFA World Cup Ad

A celebration of true football. For Africa. For Football. For the insane love of the game that possess us all and unites us beyond borders. Bringing football back to its roots. Because love is football.

The TV spot, shot by Syrup, the global advertising agency for PUMA Teamsport, is the latest in the LOVE=FOOTBALL campaign which encompasses everything from chalk drawings and stickers to websites, billboards and finally this. All leading up to the South Africa World Cup. The spot is homage to the soul of the game of football. Shot on location in Angola, Ghana and The Ivory Coast and soundtracked by ‘Going On’ by Gnarls Barkley, it features PUMA players Samuel Eto'o, Gervinho, Emmanuel Eboue and Mohammed Zidan.
Advertising Agency: Syrup, an LBi Group Company, USA
Production Company: Syrup, an LBi Group Company
Chief Creative Officer: Jakob Daschek
Director: Jakob Daschek
Creative Director: Gui Borchert
Director of Photography: Max Goldman
Senior Producer: Kate Cunningham
Executive Producer: Omino Gardezi
Editor: Graeme Pereira
Music: Gnarls Barkley
Photographer: Sesse Lind
Additional Photography; Boaz Fround, Kate Cunningham
Senior Account Director: Jennifer Giroux
Associate Producer: Anders Paus Hedberg
Colorist: Tom Poole, Company 3

Visa Go Football FIFA World Cup Ad

Another feel good commercial for the 2010 FIFA World Cup via the Go Visa, Go Football ad campaign narrated by Morgan Freeman.
Client: Visa
Spot Title: United Divided
Air Date: March 2010

Agency: TBWA\Chiat\Day
Chief Creative Officer (LA): Rob Schwartz
Chief Creative Officer (Berlin): Stefan Schmidt
AD: Scott Brown
Copywriter: Paul Sincoff
EP: Guia Iacomin
Assistant Producer: Michael Gross
Management Director: Bill Brooks
Account Director: Nick Drake
Management Supervisor: Nicole Bray
Account Supervisor: Sara Fahim
Account Executive: Brienne Monty
Executive Planning Director: Dan Goldstein
Director of Business Affairs: Linda Daubson
Senior Business Manager: Lisa Lipman
Senior Traffic Manager: Jerry Neill
Global Director of Media Arts: Lee Clow

Production Company: RSA
Director: Jake Scott
EP: Marjie Abrahams
Line Producer: David Mitchell

Editorial: chrome
Editor: Hal Honigsberg
EP: Betsy Beale
Producer: Angela Dorian

Design & Animation: Paranoid Design Studio
Lead Artist: Vincent Rogozyk
Artist(s): Michael Tavarez, James Vogel, Andy Lyon
Graphic Design Director: Nieto
EP(s): Claude Letessier, Cathleen O'Connor
Producer: Guillaume Raffi

Telecine: Company 3
Colorist(s): Stefan Sonnenfeld
EP: Rhubie Jovanov

Music Co: Amber Music
Composer(s): Leo Sidran
Creative Director/EP: Michelle Curran
Song Performance: Children of Agape Choir

Sidney Crosby Reebok Commercial | Extended Version

AudioEngine Mixer and Partner Rex Recker, in collaboration with NYC's Gotham and Smuggler's Henry Alex Rubin, mixed an entertaining Reebok Sports Licensed Division's Speedwick spot starring the NHL Pittsburgh Penguins' Sidney Crosby and Maxime Talbot.

When the two standouts face off in Crosby's basement, firing pucks across the room into Sidney's childhood clothes dryer, Recker ensured that the booming noise of the puck colliding with the metal crossbar, and additional game play sounds, synched perfectly with the onscreen action. audioEngine also facilitated the transition from live action to the still logo shots with the mix of an upbeat track that kicks in at the contest's conclusion.
Client: Reebok
Spot title: Sid vs Max Full
Air Date: March 2010
Agency: Gotham
CD: Michael Jordan
AD: Pat Walsh
Copy: Michael Jordon
Producer: Neal Bergman
Prod Co: Smuggler NYC
Director: Henry Alex Rubin
DP: Darren Lew
Producer: Elizabeth Amaral
Editorial Co: PS 260
Editor: JJ Lask
EP: Zarina Mak
Producer: Amy Kommats
Audio Post Co: audioEngine NYC
Mixer: Rex Recker
Producer: Charles Nickles
Shoot Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Adidas Originals Ad "The Street Where Oriinality Lives"

Sid Lee, out of Montreal Canada pumps out another great commercial for the Adidas Originals ad campaign, this one entitled "Adidas Originals The Street"The ad features the music of Dee Edwards and Hermon Weems, song title "Why Can't There Be Love". For those who need to know the Adidas spot also has brief appearances by the following: Adrienne Bailon, Agyness Deyn, Ana Ivanovic, Calle 13, Cheer Chen, Ciara, David Beckham, DJ Neil Armstrong, Fernando Verdasco, Hyori Lee, Ian Brown, Jay Baruchel, Jeremy Scott, Louise Roe, Mr. Hudson, N-Dubz, Noel Gallagher, Snoop Dogg, Tallulah Morton, Whitney Port, and Dee Edwards.

Agency: Sid Lee, Montreal
Agency Producer: Claudia Roy @ Jimmy
Production Company: Partizan, London
Director: Nima Nourizadeh
Producer: David Stewart
DP: Alex Barber
Production Manager: Mags Milan
Editor: Dan Sherwen @ Final Cut
Post-Production: The Mill
Producer: Miles Pettit
Colorist: Adam Scott
Shoot Supervisors: Richard Roberts & James Spillman
Lead Flame: Richard Roberts
Flame Assist: Siro Valente
Music: "Why Can't There Be Love (Pilooski Remix)" by Dee Edwards and Hermon Weems
Sound: Boogie Studio, Montreal

Diet Coke "Stay" Extraordinary Ad Featuring Sweet Disposition

Great new ad for Diet Coke entitled "Stay" Extraordinary created by Wieden+Kennedy. The coke ad features the music of The Temper Trap and one of new fav songs "Sweet Disposition".

Director Christian Loubek, working via Wieden + Kennedy, just helmed an impressively varied spot for Diet Coke. The sprawling, wordless :60 is a poignant, musically driven portrayal of the iconic soft drink's place amid great acts of art and accomplishment. A man fueled by Diet Coke hobnobs with an urbane crowd at a swanky big-city party. A nurse cares for newborn babies with the soft drink by her side. The drink is there beside the runway of an edgy fashion show, on the set of an explosive outdoor movie shoot, in the limo of an actress preparing to take to the red carpet, and in the painting of an expansive mural in a neighborhood.
Client: Diet Coke
Spots Title: Stay
Air Date: March 2010
Agency: Wieden + Kennedy
CD: Hal Curtis
Art Director: Max Erdenberger
Copywriter: Ginger Robinson/Tatum Shaw
Agency Producer: Erika Madison
Prod Company: Anonymous Content
Director: Christian Loubek
EP/Head of Commercials: Dave Morrison
Producer: Deannie O'Neil
Production Supervisor: Mariska Leyssius
Editorial: Rock Paper Scissors
Editor: Terence "Biff" Butler
EP: Carol Lynn Weaver
Producer: Cassie Hulen
Post/Effects: a52
VFX Supervisor: Patrick Murphy
VFX EP: Jennifer Sofio Hall
VFX Producer: Cassie Hulen
Audio Post Co: Lime
Mixer: Loren Silber
Sound Design Co: Stimmung
Sound Designer: Gus Koven
Shoot Location: LA
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Universal Studios Hollywood's King Kong 360 3D Preview Teaser Ad

A preview trailer for King Kong 360 3D which will be coming to Universal Studios Hollywood in 2010. The new spectacular 3D show is located in a new building constructed at the spot of the old building in the Studio Tram Tour of Universal Studios Hollywood.
Advertising Agency: David&Goliath, USA
Chief Creative Officer: David Angelo
Associate Creative Director, Art Director: Steve Yee
Creative Director, Copy Writer: Ben Purcell
Art Director: Bryan Carroll
Copywriter: Aroon Mukhey
Executive Producer: Carol Lombard
Producer: Carrie Lighthall
Director of Client Services: Mike Braue
Account Supervisor: Jana Wentz
Production Company: Radical Media
Director: Peter Darley Miller
Director of Photography: Sal Totino
Executive Producer: Frank Scherma
Line Producer: Barbara Benson
Editing House: Spinach
Editor: Kelly McClean
Producer: Carrie Lighthall
Sound Design: Margarita Mix
Sound Designer: Nathan Dublin
Audio Mix: Margarita Mix, Santa Monica
Mixer: Nathan Dubin

Heineken The Boss's Daughter Commercial Ad

Heinekin Beer has some fun in their newest spot entitled the Boss's Daughter.
Agency: Wieden & Kennedy
Music and song title is 'Mexican Dogs' by Cold War Kids

Specsavers "Billions (Specs Effect)" Ad

The new Specsavers advert takes a lesson from those popular Axe Effect ads with their newest ad from director Daniel Kleinman.
Can anything overpower The Lynx Effect? This brand new spot answers the question in true Specsavers style...

It was directed by multi award-winning director Daniel Kleinman (Rattling Stick) and written by Specsavers creatives Neil Brush and Simon Bougourd.

Creative Agency: Specsavers Creative
Creative Director: Graham Daldry
Creatives: Simon Bougourd, Neil Brush
Agency Producer: Sam Lock

Production Company: Rattling Stick, London
Director: Daniel Kleinman
Producer: Johnnie Frankel
Editor: Steve Gandolfi/Eve Ashwell @ Cut+Run

Post-Production: Framestore
Audio Post-Production: Simon Capes @ Clearcut
Digital Production: Infinite Corridor

The Heineken Football Fiesta Ad

Just in time for the 2010 FiFa World Cup comes an advertising campaign for Heineken, the ad is entitled "The Heineken Football Fiesta".
What more could a football fan ask for: Girls, Rio Carnival costumes, beer and football. The perfect mix eh?

New Reebok ZigTech Spot

New spot for Reebok, ZigTech features the music of a friend of ours here at Great-Ads, the music is composed by Glyn M. Owens and the vocals are by the lovely Davina Jones.

Gatorade G2 "Float" Ad Featuring a Host Of Athletic Superstars

New commercial for the Gatorade G2 sports drink entitled "Float". The ad Features a host of athletic superstars. Best part of this spot is the tag line they used from Muhammad Ali, "Float like a butterfly and sting like a bee".
Agency: TBWA\Chiat\Day, Los Angeles
Global Director of Media Arts: Lee Clow
Chief Creative Officer: Rob Schwartz
Group Creative Director: Jimmy Smith
Creative Director: Jayanta Jenkins
Creative Director: Donna Lamar
Copywriter: Donna Lamar, Steve Howard
Art Director: Jayanta Jenkins
Group Account Director: Mark Hansen
Account Director: Jiah Choi
Account Supervisor: Jaclyn Corr
Sports Marketing AE: Drew Haberkorn
Group Planning Director: Scott MacMaster
Sr. Planner: Martin Ramos
Jr. Planner: Angela Craig
Jr. Planner: Daniel Teng
Executive Producer: Sarah Patterson
Assistant Producer’s: Sofia Akinyele & Danielle Tarris
Director of Business Affairs: Linda Daubson
Business Affairs Manager: Abilino Guillermo
Art Producer: Doğan Dattilo
Type Treatment: Tomato
Production Company: SMUGGLER
Director: Adam Berg
Executive Producer/Partner: Patrick Milling Smith
Executive Producer/Partner: Brian Carmody
Executive Producer/COO: Lisa Rich
Executive Producer: Allison Kunzman
Head of Production: Laura Thoel
Producer: Emma Wilcockson
Editorial: The White House
Post Producer: Justin Kumpata
Editor: Paul Hardcastle
Post Production: The Mill Los Angeles
Managing Director: Ben Hampshire
Producer: Enca Kaul
Lead Flame: Giles Cheetham
Sound Design: Lime
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Mercedes Benz E-Class "Scary Surprise" Commercial

New commercial for Mercedes Benz and their E-Class line from ad agency Impact, BBDO. Interesting way to advertise the Mercedes Blind Spot Assist feature with this spot titled "Scary Surprise"
Agency: Impact BBDO, Dubai, UAE
Creative Directors: Jennie Morris, Jeremy Southern
Art Directors: Andrej Arsenijevic, Mark Held
Copywriters: Darren McCall, Grant McGrath
Account Director: Fadi El Aswad
Account Manager: Albert Lorenzo
Agency producer: Azza Abou Al Magd
Production House: Eye-Squad
Producer: Omar Sami
Director: Nizar Sfair
DOP: Harvey Glen
Set Designer / Art Director: Matewz Kroh

Sony Electronics "The Rocket Project" The Countdown Begins

The Rocket Project is the world’s first literal product launch and the ultimate product demonstration. Created by Sony Electronics’ agency of record, 180 Los Angeles, the project showcases the amazing capability of both the Intel chip and the Sony VAIO laptop. People can follow the students as they attempt to launch a rocket and make their dreams a reality, through online initiatives and a documentary film.Link to web site: Eight high school students come together for the ultimate science project: to launch a rocket by harnessing the computing power of today's Sony VAIO notebook.
Client: SONY Electronics USA
Campaign: VAIO, The Rocket Project
Digital/Films: Apollo Video Trailer, The Countdown Begins
Agency: 180 Los Angeles

Executive Creative Dir: William Gelner
Creative Director: Amir Farhang
Art Directors: Ryan Pocket Fluet, Jungshih Wang
Copywriter: Ben Barney
Designer: Kevin Will Chen
Head of Production/Managing Partner: Peter Cline
Senior Producer: David Emery
Digital Producer: Christopher Neff
Planner: Brit Browning
Account Director: Kelli Stam
Account Manager: Lauren Keeton

Web Site Development: Hello Design
Creative Directors: David Lai, Hiro Niwa
Associate Creative Director: Sung Hean
Design Director: Eunice Oh
Executive Producer: George Lee
Senior Project Lead: Barry Chiang
Technical Lead: Justin Blackwell

Production Co.:
Director of Photography: Zoran Popovic
Executive Producer: Frank Scherma
Executive Producer: Justin Wilkes
Head of Production: Bob Stein
Producer: Andrew Fried
Story Producer: Amy Korngiebel
Casting Director: Aine Carey
Shoot Location: Los Angeles/Black Rock , NV
Date: 1/17 to 4/12/10

Editorial Co.: Outpost Digital
Editors: Ting Poo, Julie Ellison
Executive Producer: Liz Frisell-Mason
Assistant Editor: Chris Messina


Senior VP Corporate Marketing: Stuart Redsun
Director of Brand Messaging: Alberto Escobedo
Sr. Manager, Brand Messaging: Ken Byers

Classic Coke Ad Teaches the World to Sing

This iconic ad first came out in 1971 during a time of war and unrest and it quickly touched a chord with people with it's message of peace. The famous TV ad campaign has been remade several times since, but just like Coke itself - nothing compares to the original. Like the group of Hilltop singers who first sang the legendary "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing,", it was special moment in time.

Fiat 2010 Doblò Commercial

Anonymous Content Director David Kellogg, working via FilmMaster for Leo Burnett Italy, created a light-hearted :30 showcasing the Fiat Doblò. Set in a sandy tropical paradise, the spot is a montage of three men goofily preparing for the rigors of fatherhood: one pats a pig slung over his shoulder, another rocks a shopping cart full of fruit, and all three wrap a coconut as though it were a newborn. The reason for the hijinx becomes apparent when their three very pregnant companions appear beside their Fiat and the whole crew piles in for a fun-filled ride along beautiful palm tree-lined roads. Kellogg executes the entire scene perfectly, wrapping an entire appealing world into the confines of a :30.

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Client: Fiat
Spots Title: Doblò
Air Date: March 2010

Agency: Leo Burnett, Italy
Creative Director(s): Paolo Dematteis, Riccardo Robiglio
ACD/AD: Marco Gucciardi
Copywriter: Julie Carpinelli
Account Director: Riccardo Vavala
Head of TV/Producer: Riccardo Biancorosso
Production Company: FilmMaster
Director: David Kellogg (of Anonymous Content)
DP: Janusz Kaminski
EP: Karim Bartoletti
Line Producer: Stefania Dall'Agnese
Production Service Company: LCA Producciones, Costa Rica
Editorial: RedCar Miami- Toboga Milano
Telecine: Interactive
Colorist: Luca Parma
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Get a 'Close Encounter' with a Classic Pepsi Ad

When Pepsi released their 1984 now classic ad 'Close Encounter', aliens and UFO's were all the rage thanks to Steven Spielberg and his blockbuster movies E.T. and Close Encounters. Pepsi capitalized on the trend and made a memorable spot that pays homage to both films. As part of Pepsi's huge marketing campaign 'The Choice of a New Generation', this TV ad was an important component in Pepsi's strategy to take market share from Coca-Cola.

Hornbach "Faces" Spot | The Beautiful Faces of Handy Men at Work

How much madness are you made of? Is the tag line for this brilliant new ad for the German Do It Yourself chain "Hornbach". The ads title "Faces" and the music is by Viktor Ekrt.
Advertising Agency: Heimat, Berlin, Germany
Production: Stink, Berlin
Executive Producer: Jan Dressler
Line Producer: Eva Pèrez
Director: Martin Krejci
DOP: Stepan Kucera
Editor: Guido Notari @ Damaso Queirazza, Mailand
Post Produciton: Tom Sparks, nhb studios, Berlin
Music & Sound-Design: Viktor Ekrt @ Soundsquare, Prague, Czech Republic

Be Good Johnny Weir Promo Spot

To support the launch of Sundance Channel's newest series, Be Good Johnny Weir, the network designed a promo concept and secured Absolute Post and's Matthew Rolston to create the dazzling spot. The series follows the day-to-day exploits of U.S. National Champion skater Johnny Weir. The promo airs nationally on the Sundance Channel.

The promo begins with Johnny emerging from a Faberge egg and launching into his performance within the halls of Versailles as snow falls. Weir continues his signature saucy act as the scene shifts to snowbound forests with frozen streams, then to lakes, and finally into an ever-brightening luminescent "Sun King" room where the phenomenon skates to the camera and blows his adoring public a cheeky kiss. Weir - decked out in his customary assortment of ostentatious costumes, ranging from Lycra diamond-studded tights and stilettos to fur capes to Weir-designed classic onesies - stands out against the dazzling Absolute-produced backdrops with the fierce energy and attitude that defines him on the ice. The mix of glamour and lightheartedness perfectly expresses Rolston's vision of a tongue-in-cheek personification of Weir.

Rolston shot Weir on green screen, working closely with Absolute's Head of CG Minh Nguyen-BA and the Blind Pig design team to ensure that his movements would later sync with the backgrounds. Absolute created these separate environments as completely CG spaces and digital mattes, which presented lead Flame artist Josh Laurence and his team with a number of challenges. The opening hall of chandeliers was a huge task, with layers of detail and texture required to realize the vision spelled out in Rolston's intricate references.

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Client: Sundance Channel
Spots Title: Be Good Johnny Weir
Air Date: January 2010

Agency: Sundance Channel
Agency Producer(s): Shari Weisenberg, JC Cancedda, Mark Williams

Prod Company:
Director: Matthew Rolston
EP: Jim Bouvet

Editorial: Cut & Run NYC
Editor: Tina Mintus
Assistant Editor: Adam Bazadona
Producer: Ashley Carrier

Post/Effects: Absolute NY
EP: Sally Heath
Lead Flame Artist: Josh Laurence
Flame Ops: Dirk Greene, Krispy Cornwell, Nathan Kane, Daniel Morris
Lead CG Artist: Minh Nguyen-BA
CG Ops: Andrew Harper, Sheri Wong, Keith Kamholz
Combustion: Warren Paleos, Krissy Nordella,
Digital Mattes: Ross Goldstein, Jasper Kidd, Ric Comline, Christian Kugler

13TH Street "Last Call" Theatrical Promo Ad

The first interactive theatrical commercial by Jung von Matt & Film Deluxe. Last Call is the first interactive horror movie in the world where the audience is able to communicate with the protagonist. A film controlled by a member of the audience, thus blurring the boundaries between game and film. Language recognition software transforms the participant's answers via mobile phone into specific instructions. A specially developed software then processes these commands and launches an appropriate follow-up scene. The dialogue between the movie's main actress and an audience member leads to a different film - and outcome - every time: sometimes with a happy end, sometimes with a more gruesome one. To participate in the adventure, audience members submit their mobile phone numbers to a speed dial code when they buy their ticket. The moment the female protagonist takes out her phone to call someone who might be able to help her, the film's controlling software contacts one of the submitted mobile phone numbers. Once the viewer picks up, he hears the actress's voice - who tells him she would be lost without him. He has to help her escape by choosing a path through the old, rundown sanatorium. Furthermore, he also decides whether she should help other victims to flee the scene -and every single choice shapes her fate: it's a matter of life and death.
Agency: Jung von Matt, Berlin
Production company: Film Deluxe Berlin
Director: Milo
Agency: Jung von Matt/Spree, Berlin
Client: 13th Street
Executive Creative Director: Matthias Stiller
Executive Creative Director: Wolfgang Schneider
Creative Director: Andreas Henke
Creative Director: Christian Kroll
Creative Director: Peter Gocht
Art Director: Daniel Leverenz
Art Director: Marius Bell
Agency Producer: Julia Cramer
Concept: Andreas Henke
Production Company: Film Deluxe GMBH
Executive Producer: Glenn Bernstein
Executive Producer: Jurgen Krause
Producer: Katharina Strauss
Producer: Stephan Pauly
Line Producer: Marion Dopfer
Compositing: Daniel Kundrat
2D Artist: Daniel Kundrat
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