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Mini Clubman: Bzzzz

Between life and death
he chose death…

Mini Clubman: Bzzzz - MPEG-4 clip
“At a fly funeral, a fly priest is holding an emotional sermon about the life and death of Zac, a member of the fly community.” He has just had the best death that any fly could wish for…

A viral spot directed by Micky and Warwick and produced at Big Fish. Director of photography: Britta Mangold.

The fly graveyard is a miniature model: cookies were uses as tombstones, matches as fences, an idea of production designer Marketa Korinkova.

Old ladies in fly costumes were then shoot on green screen and added to the scenes.

Creative agency: Webguerillas. Creative director: Christian Caroli and Colin Conrad. Consultant: Stefan Becker.

“Al funerale di una mosca, il prete tiene un emozionato sermone sulla vita e la morte di Zac, membro della comunità delle mosche.” Zac ha fatto la morte migliore che una mosca possa desiderare…

Spot virale diretto da Micky and Warwick e prodotto presso Big Fish. Direttore della fotografia: Britta Mangold.

Il cimitero delle mosche è un modellino: le tombe sono dei biscotti, e fiamifferi costituiscono il recinto, idea della production designer Marketa Korinkova.

Le vecchiette in costume da mosca sono state girate su schermo verde ed aggiunte.

Agenzia creativa: Webguerillas. Direttore creativo: Christian Caroli e Colin Conrad. Consulente: Stefan Becker.

via Ad Minister
thanks Christian!
Mini Clubman: Bzzzz

DOWNLOAD (HI RES): Scarica Bzzzz.
[Format: MPEG-4 - Size: 10 MB - Running Time: 1 min.]

DOWNLOAD (ALT.): Scarica Bzzzz.
[Format: Ogg Video - Size: 10 MB - Running Time: 1 min.]

DOWNLOAD (LO RES): Scarica Bss.
[Format: Quicktime - Size: 4 MB - Running Time: 1 min.]

WATCH: Guarda Bss in finestra.

WATCH (ALT.): Guarda Bzzzz in finestra.
[Format: Flash Video]

MAKING OF: Guarda Making of Bzzzz in finestra.
[Format: Flash Video]

LINK: Visita Webguerillas.

LINK: Visita BigFish Filmproduktion GmbH.

LINK: Visita Micky and Warwick.

LINK: Visita Mangold-Mangold.

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{ 2 } Comments

  1. Matthew | 18 September 2008 at 18:24 | Permalink

    Hmm – am I the only one who thinks that commercials already get their place in the sun? Kind of funny to see people dressed up like flies, but I will never think that advertisement is a form of art.

  2. DeK - Delirium et Kaos | 19 September 2008 at 03:45 | Permalink

    Yea, that’s a point, but probably since I don’t watch television and avoid any website that features video advertisement, spots attract me as well as music videos.
    I still prefer personal works, where an artist can express himself freely, but after all you can use video making to make art or money. Sturgeon’s Law apply to both cases. I just look for the other 10% :)

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