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(the now corporation) expands adds two

 POST PRODUCTION   EUROPE    September 27, 2005 03:16 (Edited: September 27, 2005 07:16)

(NYC) Travis Kopach has joined (the now corporation) as Editor. Kopach, just completed his first gig at (the now corporation) A :30 Verizon Wireless spot for McCann Erickson via directing team Guard Brothers of Villians.

Kopach, who also directs, recently directed two music video clips airing on MTV Europe and the US. "Isabelle" by Koufax - for Doghouse Records was just completed last week.
The clips were co-produced by (the now corporation) and Prod. co., Fashion Bleeds.

Jeannette Prostowich joins (the now corporation) as Editor. She previously worked as cutting assistant for Nelson Leonard and Owen Plotkin of (the now corporation). Jeannette recently cut two spots for MTV2 and four for MTV with Reginald Pike director Lena Beug. She recently cut a :30 Tylenol spot for Deutsch directed by Barbara Kopple of Nonfiction Spots.

the vodafone nude volleyball spot just got nuder

AUSTRALIA    September 27, 2005 03:01 (Edited: February 05, 2007 16:04)

There's now a nude version of the vodafone volleyball ad (that previously featured on bestads with censored black squares). But you'll have to harass these guys if you want to see it:

Title: National Nude Day
Agency: Lowe (Auckland)
Creative: Daniel Crayford, Paul McGreevy
Pro. Co: Yuk Foo
Country: New Zealand

New work for Glassons / Publicis Mojo NZ

 TV   AUSTRALIA    September 27, 2005 02:47 (Edited: September 27, 2005 06:47)

Just in from Publicis Mojo NZ.

Production Company: Curious
Director: Chris Mauger
Producer: Tara Riddell
Creative Team: Mikhail Gherman, Leighton Dyer, Nigel Clark
Agency Producer: Anna Randall
Client: Glassons

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The Rakes '22 Grand Job' (from Type2error @ Godman)

 TV   CANADA    September 26, 2005 23:02 (Edited: September 27, 2005 03:02)
The Rakes "22 Grand Job" ... Office Life a la Tyep2error

Prolific directing duo, Type2error, forgo political correctness to create an ironically poptastic video for The Rakes latest single, ‚22 Grand Job‚. Using shamelessly sexist stereotypes of secretaries, Type2error illustrate office life, Rakes-style. The video is set to receive 70+ plays per week on MTV2.

Artist: The Rakes
Title: 22 Grand Job
Airdate: w/c 26th Sept 2005
Production Company: Godman
Directors: Type2error [Matt Simmonds & Ed Emmerson]
Producer: Lara Schachat
DoP: Luke Scott
Editor: Steve Ackroyd
Record Label: V2


 TV   EUROPE    September 26, 2005 22:39 (Edited: September 27, 2005 02:39)

STOCKHOLM, September 23, 2005 – Showcasing the new Chevy HHR, “HHR Exterior” marks a collaboration between FilmTecknarna ( directors David Nord and Boris Nawratil, and advertising agency Campbell-Ewald.  Set to a pulsing techno beat, the spot uncovers the magic in every aspect of the vehicle, from its wheels and headlights to its logo, grill, and color.
“The agency wanted to create something surprising, yet relevant to the print campaign they were working on, which was pop art inspired, vivid in color and aggressively framed,” said Nord and Nawratil.  With this in mind, the directors designed a number of test animations.  A dialogue between the directors and the agency led to the concept and look of the finished product, a graphic, pop art-inspired interpretation of the brand new Chevrolet HHR.  
“HHR Exterior” opens tight on an abstract image and pulls out farther and farther until we realize we’re looking at the headlights of the HHR.  The intention is for the viewer to walk away from the experience knowing the vehicle, and remembering it.  “It’s ‘in-your-face’ without losing the elegant design aspect,” said the directors, who admired the client’s willingness to approach the launch spot in such an unconventional manner.  “After all,” he observed, “it’s pretty out there.”
Prod. Co.: FilmTecknarna/ Stockholm, Sweden
Director(s): David Nord, Boris Nawratil
DP: David Nord, Boris Nawratil
EP: Lars Ohlson
Producer: Sussanne Granlof

Agency: Campbell-Ewald, MI
ECD: Willliam Ludwig
CD: Brent Bouchez
Art Director: Robin Todd
Copywriter: Nathan O’Brien
Agency Producer: Mary Ellen Krawczyk

Editorial: Filmtecknarna/ Stockholm
Editor: David Nord

Post/Effects: FilmTecknarna/ Stockholm

Song Title: Music Revolution Starts Now
Artist: Scumfrog/JSM Music,NY

Shoot Location: Stockholm, Sweden

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