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Nissan Leaf: We make them better

Advertising Agency: TBWA\Worldwide, USA
Chief Creative Officer: Rob Schwartz
Group Creative Director:  Margaret Keene
Group Creative Director:  Chris Adams
Copywriter:  Lauren Smith
Art Director:  Lindsey Montague
Managing Director: Jon Castle
Management Supervisor: Dawn Ringo
Account Supervisor:  Patrick Jones
Executive Producer:  Richard O’Neill
Producer:  Carrie Schaer
Assistant Producer:  Lisa Urbanic
Executive Business Affairs Manager:  Robin Rossi
Production Company:  RSA Films
Director:  James Bryce
Executive Producers: Tracie Norfleet, Tom Dunlap
Director of Photography: David Darby, Ben Joiner
Edtiorial:  Venice Beach Editorial
Editor: Rick Shambaugh
VFX: The Mill Los Angeles
Mix:  Margarita Mix Santa Monica
Mixer: Jimmy Hite
Music: New Math
Color By:  CO3 Stefan Sonnenfeld

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xcreativity
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good editing, but nothing special overall

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mikeelrapido
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I agree - some good shots, but it all was done. Dogs, "make your life better" and other things were used 100 times.

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monsieurange
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Boring! This ad don't talk me about something amazing as the car is. You guys had the tools to do something better.

gmint7's picture
gmint7
2685 pencils

cool car.

:::J:::

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alexander_bickov
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Boring

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Guest

The polar bear ad was quite cute. I did wonder though - on the way to Portland or Tulsa or Birmingham to hug the Leaf driver it had to be a long trip. What did the polar bear eat? Drivers of SUV's?

A cute ad. Lets see more of them or similar. Thanks.

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