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War Child Canada: Camp Okutta

Check out the site too: http://www.campokutta.com/

Advertising Agency: John St., Toronto, Canada
Creative Directors: Stephen Jurisic, Angus Tucker
Art Director: Stuart Campbell
Copywriters: Arthur Shah, Mia Thomsett
Account Manager: Sandra Moretti
Agency Producer: Michelle Orlando
Production House: Soft Citizen
Executive Producers: Eva Preger, Link York
Director: Henry Lu
Director of Photography: John Choi
Line Producers: Merrie Wasson, Andrea Hubert
Editing: Ross Birchall, Bijou Editorial
Sound: Grayson Matthews
Online: Crush Inc
Designers (brochure and poster): Stuart Campbell
Illustrator: Sanjai Bhana
Camp Okutta Microsite: Indusblue Inc
War Child Corporate Website: Soci-Media

15 comments

sold's picture
sold
3219 pencils

they should put some line on this commercial to make people get the real point already... those who dont get on the web-site will not get the message.
anyway, good aproach.

kalpesh78's picture
kalpesh78
2580 pencils

and they talk abt terrorist camps in Pakistan.... hehhehe

ideas....30 minutes nahi toh free.

Toro's picture
Toro
1007 pencils

I think you miss the point.

Gest's picture
Gest

cheeeeepnes

pixelart's picture
pixelart
27 pencils

disturbingly good. *8 points*

kc_brock's picture
kc_brock
703 pencils

unbelievable. this is the best shocking reality campaign that i've seen since truth.

check out the website. very, very well done guys.

rd

saidukaringa's picture
saidukaringa
273 pencils

what they train.... ? Changing normal kids to violent.
what kalpesh78 told was correct.

Saidu Karinga
The Idiot

http://saidukaringa.yolasite.com/

Toro's picture
Toro
1007 pencils

Like kalpesh78, I think you miss the point as well.

Tapper's picture
Tapper
490 pencils

Could have been written better, is good but could have been better.
Strip. Strip. Strip.

Babi's picture
Babi
154 pencils

Yeah very strange ad but very good too even if an explanatory line at the end is missing for me.

Very nice though

Filipe's picture
Filipe
315 pencils

Not sure that an explanatory line is missing. Not at all, in fact.
If you want to know more, even if it's strange, go to the website.
You'll understand visiting http://www.campokutta.com/.

9/10

Wordnerd's picture
Wordnerd
6662 pencils

putting "our" kids in the place of childsoldiers? totally saw that coming. not impressed at all - and that method has been used over and over

teenie's picture
teenie
1894 pencils

Child soldiers in developing countries are kidnapped, beaten, raped, drugged, and used as shields. This ad barely skims the surface, except to turn the tables. I get where they wanted to go, but they should have done more than the "hey, what if it happened here" approach. There's way too much left out (even if it is covered on the website very well). The TV ad should drive home the message a lot better. Plus most people who give to non-profits are older, so they're automatic response after seeing a TV ad isn't to head online to figure out what the message is and what they should do. If you're asking for money, you ALWAYS need a call to action. Always. On every piece.

Guest's picture
Guest

this is not the tv spot, it's the web viral - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xtc1MG9bDrg

the tv spot has the payoff at the end of it.

Aaqib Shah's picture
Aaqib Shah
301 pencils

hummm AK47. look at the faces of children, they are affraid as they are forced to do that. are they tranning children to become terrorest?? and to kill innocent people all around the world?
there shuld be adventure for kids in these kind of camps.

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