13 Aug, 2009

Dudeism and the power of film

Posted by: admin In: Creative Review

A dedicated Dudeist is the subject of one of three new idents shot by director Seth Gordon of Moxie Pictures for VW’s See Film Differently campaign which supports Independent Cinemas.

Dudeism, for those of you that don’t know, is a way of life based on the personality and attitude of Jeffrey Lebowski, aka The Dude, played by Jeff Bridges in the 1998 Coen brothers film The Big Lebowski.

Agency DDB worked with Gordon to create three stories that demonstrate the power of film and the resulting idents are brilliantly observed, funny – if not a just a little disturbing. Here are all three 60 second cuts for your delectation:

Agency – DDB London
Creatives – Graeme Hall/ Hunter Somerville
Agency Producer – Sarah Browell
Production Company: Moxie Pictures
Director: Seth Gordon
Producer: Dawn Laren
USA Producer: Mary Rohlich
DOP – Bradford Whitaker
Additional Camera: Bootsy Holler
Editor – Luis Lopez
Music – Michael Wandmacher
Post – Framestore
Sound – Elmo Webber

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