By Egotist / / Nice spot by Heat and Shutterfly for Father’s Day. Couple one of these gifts with a 6-pack of good beer and you’re set. “Father’s Day can be an auto-pilot holidays. Every year parents get the same things—flowers, a tie, brunch. But those things don’t do the relationship between parent and child justice. We wanted to show that making a gift is much more powerful than buying one. So, we turned the camera around to capture the moment when a parent opens a gift that was made just for them.” said Elaine Cox, Heat Creative Director. Agency: Heat / San Francisco Executive Creative Director / CCO: Steve Stone CEO: John Elder Managing Director: Aaron Lang Creative Directors: Elaine Cox & Jonathan Bryne ACDs: Greg Coffin & James Duffy Art Director: Jenna Moeller Writer: Thomas Kropp Senior Producer: Christine Gomez Group Account Director: Matt Huntington Account Supervisor: McKenzy Golding Business Affairs: Darren Majewski Production Company: Heist Executive Producer: Adam Zimmerman Director: Dan Addelson Line Producer: Lauren Finerman Post Production: Refinery Senior Producer: Richard Quan Producer: Alex Healy Editor: Nicole Salmeri Colorist: Ayumi Ashley Recording Studios: M Squared Productions Engineer: Phillip Lantz Producer: Sarah Benedict Music Producer: APM Producer: Marmoset Producer: Jonny Shaheri
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Not sure if it's infamous, I think it's just famous.[Read More]
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Can I ask who the actors are from the can’t recall the 90’s advert![Read More]
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The real disaster of this spot is the dress they decided to feature. Little House on the Prairie called and they want their dress back.[Read More]
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