A simple, graphic concept, seamlessly brought to life.
A one-day shoot at four different locations. This is one of a series of very cost-effective commercials for Raine&Horne, for TV and social media.
Whoever said you should never work with kids or animals was missing the fun.
A series of two thirty-second and two fifteen second commercials. Original idea and scripts by Filmday.
A cool idea, starring a hot dog.
The six Wallabies stars featured in this TVC were available for one half-day of this two-day shoot. Body doubles and post-production magic completed the story.
A simple, clever graphic idea that presented some interesting technical challenges.
Two thirty-second TVCs were produced: “Dairy” and “Beef”, for two different market segments. Shooting was for a day and a half at each location.
The brief was to create a TVC that featured dancers in a warehouse moving red boxes. The fun part was creating a narrative that gave them a reason to do so.
A series of four thirty-second TVCs was created, with fifteen second cut downs of each one. Each commercial focuses on a different aspect and scale of farming and how Case IH machines meet the particular requirements of each of the featured primary businesses. Filming was over a seven day period in NSW and Victoria.
Love and roses. A Valentine’s Day promotion produced for TV and cinema.