Production company Hafzoo has followed French cycling star Christophe LeMèvel on a punishing alpine training session in a new spot for GPS specialist Garmin. The Climb shows LeMèvel cycling a remote Austrian highway as his Garmin device measures his performance.
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A monster has been unleashed on the Buenos Aires waterfront in a new ad for the French Dairy Council. The spot shows a woman enjoying a cheese snack, only to be interrupted by a monster that leaps from the water and hones in on the cheesy odour. It doesn’t end well for the woman.
The Lithuanian capital city of Vilnius in Eastern Europe has set up a dedicated film office. It will provide production assistance with everything from locations and permitting through to technical support and accommodation, and will focus on the industry in Vilnius.
A selection of classic Subaru vehicles has been treated to a transformative car wash experience by Revolver in New South Wales, Australia. The spot shows old Subarus racing across a dry lake bed into a car wash on wheels, with the brand’s newest model emerging on the other side.
After graduating from Columbia University in 2002, Ginger decided to travel extensively in Latin America to learn Spanish. She ended up in Argentina and has slowly made Buenos Aires her home.
Don grew up in New England, went to art school in New York and ended up in New Mexico the way a lot of people do. He has lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico, since 1986.
The Benavides are a unique ice-climbing, Harley-loving father-and-two-sons production team. Yecid Senior studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Miami but has made a career as a musician and producer. Yecid Junior is also a musician as well a director, artist and actor.
UK-based production company Rattling Stick has ended an eventful year by sorting representation in Brazil through Dinamo Films. Rattling Stick has opened a US office this year, as well as launching Rattling Stuff, which develops advertising projects beyond conventional cinema and television.
Penny got to know South Wales while studying at Newport Film School. After stumbling around in film and television for a few years as a freelancer she eventually became aware of film commissions and their work.
Concha has been enthusiastically co-ordinating the Tenerife Film Commission since summer 2005 when she returned to her native Canary Island after spending ten years abroad studying and working in the media.