02 Sep, 2009

Postman Pat goes to Specsavers and more nice work

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Specsavers ad; creatives: Simon Bougourd, Neil Brush; production company: Passion Pictures; director: Darren Walsh


Here’s a selection of the great ads, music video and films that have passed through CR Towers lately. First up, Postman Pat stars in the latest Specsavers ad. The ad follows the familiar ‘should’ve gone to Specsavers’ storyline, but the attention to detail here can’t fail to charm…



Next up is a new short from director Chris Cairns. The film, titled Neurosonics Audiomedical Labs Inc, sees scratching taken to a whole new level.


Johnny Walker ad; agency: BBH London; creative: Justin Moore; production company: HLA; director: Jamie Rafn


Director Jamie Rafn has created this impressive one-take film featuring Robert Carlyle for Johnnie Walker.



Next up is a beautiful music video for Ljósið by Ólafur Arnalds, directed by Estaban Diåcono.



Director Jon Watts has shot this dream-like video for Folded Light track Train Tracks At Dawn. Don’t try this one at home, folks…


Old Spice ad; agency: Wieden + Kennedy; creatives: Craig Allen, Eric Kallman; production company: MJZ; director: Tom Kuntz


Finally, we end with a witty spot from Wieden + Kennedy  for Old Spice, which sees the brand trying to shift its naff image into something cooler through the medium of comedy….


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