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adidas international - last man standing

Added: 16-03-2011
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ADIDAS INTERNATIONAL - LAST MAN STANDING Corporate-Image ADIDAS INTERNATIONAL Advertising Agency:180 AMSTERDAM THE NETHERLANDS Executive Creative Director:Sound Design: Alex [email protected] Sound Creative Director:Exec. Cd: Andy Fackrell Copywriter:Stuart Brown/Andy Fackrell Art Director:Stuart Brown Agency Producer:Exec. Prod: Peter Cline/Prod: Catherine Reynolds Account Supervisor:Dan Gibson/Mark Schermers Advertiser's Supervisor:Uli Becker/Mark Philips Production Company:SMALL FAMILY BUSINESS London UNITED KINGDOM Director:Ringan Ledwidge Producer:Sally Humphries Lighting Cameraman:Jess Hall/Theo Garland Editor:Richard [email protected] The Whitehouse/London Music: Artist/Title:Gonspiration Gbr Fso Jason Beck Pka Chilly/Love Scene/Higher Than You Other Credits:Post Production: Moving Picture Company/Biz. Aff.: Chris Barrand Date Of 1st Transmission:03/06/2005 Entrant Company:180 AMSTERDAM THE NETHERLANDS<br>The New Zealand All Blacks play the British & Irish Lions only once every twelve years. With the two teams available for one day shooting in London it was an opportunity to create something you rarely get to see. Fierce rivals letting their guards down before their battle commenced. So we created a schoolyard game that both countries are familiar with;British Bulldog or as it's known in New Zealand; Bullrush. The objective like the test series; to find the last man standing. LAST MAN STANDING | 2006 | No-Award


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