WE CHOOSE THE MOON by Domani Studios for Aol

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Industry Website, Business equipment & services, Corporate Image
Media Print, Magazine & Newspaper
Market United States
Agency Domani Studios
Creative Director Joe Alexander, Jon Hills
Art Director Brian Williams
Copywriter Wade Alger
Designer Saulo Rodrigues
Account Supervisor Carrie Bird
Editor Jim Vaile
Released July 2009

Credits & Description

Category: Travel, Entertainment & Leisure
Advertiser: JOHN F. KENNEDY PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY
Product/Service: THE MOON LANDING 40TH ANNIVERSARY
Agency: THE MARTIN AGENCY
Agency: DOMANI STUDIOS
Date of First Appearance: Jul 16 2009 12:00AM
Entrant Company: THE MARTIN AGENCY, Richmond, USA
Entry URL: http://www.martinagencyawards.com/2009/jfk
Art Director: Brian Williams (The Martin Agency)
Copywriter: Wade Alger (The Martin Agency)
Creative Director: Joe Alexander (The Martin Agency)
Agency Producer: Darbi Fretwell (The Martin Agency)
Agency Producer: Norma Kwée (The Martin Agency)
Account Supervisor: Carrie Bird (The Martin Agency)
Art Producer: Cindy Hicks (The Martin Agency)
Creative Director: Jon Hills (Domani Studios)
Interactive Art Director: Ben Tricklebank (Domani Studios)
Technology Director: Oscar Trelles (Domani Studios)
Director of Accounts: Jarrod Bull (Domani Studios)
Senior Interactive Producer: Steven Hubert (Domani Studios)
Designer: Saulo Rodrigues (Domani Studios)
Motion Graphics Designer: Justin Young (Domani Studios)
Animator: Petter Safwenberg (Domani Studios)
Senior Developer: Mark Llobrera (Domani Studios)
Flash Developer: Chris Wise (Domani Studios)
Editor: Jim Vaile (Running With Scissors)
Assistant Editor: Shang Gao (Running With Scissors)
Composer: Chip Jenkins (Hum Music)
English Synopsis
WeChooseTheMoon.org is a real-time interactive re-creation of the Apollo 11 mission, commemorating the 40th anniversary of the first moon landing.The site features 102 hours of live audio transmissions, 450 photos and videos from the NASA and JFK Library archives, and fullscreen 3d animation. In addition, 650 pieces of mission dialogue were rebroadcast over twitter in real time, exactly 40 years after they were said.The live portion of the site ended on the afternoon of July 20th, so the site is now in self-guided mode, allowing you to re-live the mission at your own pace.