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Published/Aired: 
March 2012
Description: 

Film advertisment created by RPA, United States for Newport Beach Film Festival, within the category: Recreation, Leisure.

Advertising Agency: RPA, USA
Executive Creative Director: Joe Baratelli
Group Creative Director: Scott McDonald
Creative Directors: Tom Hamling, Laura Hauseman
Executive Director: Gary Paticoff
Senior Producer: Selena Pizarro
Assistant Producer: Whitney Young
Production Co: Tool
Director: Geordie Stephens
Executive Producers: Brian Latt, Oliver Fuselier, Dustin Callif
Editorial Company: NO6
Editor: Kevin Zimmerman
Telecine: Company 3, Santa Monica, CA
Artist: Shane Harris
EP: Rhubie Jovanov
Post Production Company: public
Creative Director: Tony Smoller
VFX Supervisor: James Allen
Executive Producer: Kim Christensen
Title Design: Laundry! TV
Audio Post Company: Lime Studios
Audio Post Mixer: Dave Wagg
Original Music: human

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Manoma's picture
Manoma
Activity Score 1108

An idea, its sure... captivating, ok...
but bad feeling, and no message, at my sense...

vote4pedro's picture
vote4pedro
Activity Score 4601

I see a lot of creative director credits, but no creative team. Which makes me wonder if this is simply an entry into the festival that the agency tagged with a logo and took credit for.

Jaap Grolleman's picture
Jaap Grolleman
Activity Score 6992

It's more about dance rather than film. I liked it - but not sure about the communication.

Where is the idea's picture
Where is the idea
Activity Score 707

In the end, the super should conclude in this order. Film. Everlasting. Accidents.

kleenex's picture
kleenex
Activity Score 47503

you got that right.

miko1aj's picture
miko1aj
Activity Score 3086

great visual idea, just great. I haven't seen something such intensively captivating for a long time. Really.
Sadly - it has no punch line. I don't know, as a viewer, WHY someone presented me something like that.

Manoma's picture
Manoma
Activity Score 1108

An idea, its sure... captivating, ok...
but bad feeling, and no message, at my sense...

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