The JFK Presidential Library And Museum Digital CLOUDS OVER CUBA by The Martin Agency Richmond

CLOUDS OVER CUBA

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Industry Charities, Foundations, Volunteers
Media Digital, Interactive & Mobile
Market United States
Agency The Martin Agency Richmond
Director Erich Joiner, Ben Tricklebank Tool Of North America
Creative Director Joe Alexander
Art Director Brian Williams
Copywriter Wade Alger
Released May 2013

Awards

Cannes Lions 2013
Cyber Lions Craft; User experience Gold
Cyber Lions Websites & Microsites; Charities, Public Health & Safety, Public Awareness Messages Gold
Cyber Lions Craft; Best Copywriting Silver
Cyber Lions Craft; Best Music/Sound Design Bronze
Cyber Lions Craft; Best Video Bronze

Credits & Description

Type of entry: Websites & Microsites
Category: Charities, Public Health & Safety, Public Awareness Messages
Advertiser: THE JFK PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY & MUSEUM
Product/Service: CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS 50TH ANNIVERSARY
Agency: THE MARTIN AGENCY Richmond, USA
Art Director: Brian Williams (The Martin Agency)
Copywriter: Wade Alger (The Martin Agency)
Creative Director: Joe Alexander (The Martin Agency)
Director: Ben Tricklebank (Tool)
Director: Erich Joiner (Tool)
Executive Producer: Dustin Callif (Tool)
Executive Producer: Brian Latt (Tool)
Executive Producer: Oliver Fuselier (Tool)
Executive Producer: Steve Humble (The Martin Agency)
Agency Producer: Nicole Hollis-Vitale (The Martin Agency)
Agency Producer: Kristen Little (The Martin Agency)
Interactive Producer: Kristen Koeller (Tool)
Design Director: Matt Gase (Tool)
Technical Director: Bartek Drozdz (Tool)
Head Of Digital Production: Joy Kuraitis (Tool)
Music: (Plan8)
Brief Explanation
Clouds Over Cuba is an interactive multimedia documentary commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis. The feature begins with Castro's overthrow of Batista in 1959, and continues on until the missiles were removed in October 1962. Features include 15 expert interviews on related topics, a dossier of 200 related documents and images linked to the timeline of the film, mobile sync, tablet optimization, and calendar integration so you can attend JFK's secret meetings "live," 50 years later. Finally, a "What If?" short film depicts an alternate 2012 in which the crisis had escalated into nuclear war.