I have another sub-theory: Weird to me: And, if you put the film on Youtube, why not enter it in cyber as well? Based on true stories that people had sent, the film shows people ringing the doorbells of houses from where they hear violence.
Nike Chalkbot is an idea first. Kevin Wood took the award and told the audience his wishes: The exhibition doors are open only till 4 pm on the last day.
The door bell literally stops the fight and at the same time, also makes the offender-husband realise he has been caught.
But according to the jury chairman, Mark Tutsel, here was an ad that woke up a sleeping brand. Theory 6: Curator reveals the nature of Chinnaswamy pitch 'Salute the IndianAirforce. A three and a half-minute film that shows every aspect of craft.
Twenty-one films with 10 different endings demonstrate the dangers of carrying weapons amongst teenagers. Creatives need to stop feeling scared of 'it' and start looking at 'it' like Photoshop.
It's really an awesome idea. The Advertiser of the Year was given to Unilever.
I wish people stop talking of innovation and start doing it. All the campaigns we see at Cannes and get applauded are what we, very casually, call activation ideas. Maybe the Cannes guys should take over.
A machine chalkbot was invented so that the messages fans send through Twitter and other websites are printed on the road the cyclists race for the Tour De France.