Heineken Film, Ambient The Grand Finale by Publicis Brazil

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Industry Beers and Ciders, Sports Teams & Events
Media Film, Ambient
Market Brazil
Agency Publicis Brazil
Creative Director Paulo Aguiar, Henrique Mattos, Domenico Massareto
Art Director Fernando Drudi, Diogo Dutra, Leonardo Rotundo
Copywriter Giovani Baggio, Arturo Marenda, Samuel Normando
Released June 2018

Credits & Description

Client: Heineken
Product: Heineken
Client Approval: Bram Westenbrunk, Vanessa Brandao, Guilherme Retz e Gabrielah Cordeiro
Agency: Publicis
Creative direction: Domenico Massareto, Henrique Mattos e Paulo Aguiar
Art direction: Diogo Dutra, Fernando Drudi, Leonardo Rotundo
Writing: Arturo Marenda, Giovani Baggio, Samuel Normando
Service: Danilo Ken, Renata Colombo, Renata Principe, Marina Roge, Danielle Salomão e Daniel Batista
Planning: Eduardo Lorenzi, Alexandra Varassin, Juliana Elia, Rafael Fiorito, Fernanda Malaco e Pietro Martorelli
Media: Viviana Maurman, Thiago Rodrigues, Dante Mennichelli e Henrique Dammenhain
RTVC: Tato Bono, Daniela Andrade, Cayan Lobo, Dani Toda e Nana Bittencourt
Producer: Spray Filmes
Director: Rodrigo Gameiro
Audio producer: Vocoder
Published: June 2018
Synopsis:
Thirty-eight million organic impacts on Instagram. Almost 300,000 views on the brand's Instagram Stories. About 12 million impressions of the #ShareTheDrama hashtag on Twitter. The numbers reveal the success of "The Grand Finale", an event held by Heineken in Brazil to celebrate the 2018 UEFA Champions League final. The event invited fans to watch the UEFA Champions League final in a celebration mood and surprised the audience by sounding the entire Real Madrid-Liverpool match with two conductors: Xuxa Levy and the famous footballer Ronaldinho Gaucho.
Conceived by Publicis, the action generated record engagement on the Brazilian Heineken's profile Instagram Stories. During the final, there was a war room where a team of 10 professionals reacted in real time to the interactions between public and brand.
 “In line with the global concept #ShareTheDrama, the event highlighted the most dramatic moments of the final of Europe's most important sporting event with two surprises. Firstly, the presence of a philharmonic orchestra playing live the whole game. The second surprise, revealed just moments before the kick off whistle, was the appearance of Ronaldinho Gaucho acting as conductor in front of a classical music stars team”, says Vanessa Brandão, director of Heineken brand in Brazil.
 "This is an ingenious design from the execution point of view: an exquisite technical musical quality combining excellence live marketing, activation of sponsorship and a great viral potential. The audience at the event made the content viral organically, which proved Heineken's natural ability to become part of people's conversations", completes Domênico Massareto, Publicis' CCO.