Havas Paris Film, Promo 2017 Sheep Street by Havas Worldwide Paris

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2017 Sheep Street

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Industry Advertising agencies
Media Film, Promo & PR
Market France
Agency Havas Worldwide Paris
Creative Director Christophe Coffre
Art Director Lucas Mongiello
Copywriter Christophe Coffre
Production Jungler
Director Guillaume Ivernel
Released November 2016


Kinsale Shark Awards 2017
Film Craft International Film Craft - Tv/Online Or Cinema: Best Original Music Gold
Film Craft International Film Craft - Tv/Online Or Cinema: Best Animation (Design & Animation) Bronze

Credits & Description

Guillaume Ivernel - Havas Carte de Voeux "2017 Sheep Street"
Name Of Client: Havas Paris
Agency: Havas Paris
Country: France
Name Of Product: Havas Paris Selfpromotion Video
Creative Director: Christophe Coffre
Copywriter: Christophe Coffre
Art Director: Lucas Mongiello
Agency Producer: Muriel Allegrini
Production Company: Jungler
Producer: Sebastien Pribile / Sun Limet / Alexandra Chavane
Director: Guillaume Ivernel
Sound Studio: Hrcls
Sound Engineer: Benoit Dunaigre
Music: General Elektriks
Following the "Bonne Année Charles" short movie, which opened the 2016 Festival de l'Alpe d'Huez, the PR and advertising firm wishes a Happy New Year with an original cartoon. The cartoon creatively counters current political trends while delivering a powerful underlying message.
The ECD comments: “With unprecedented rejection of the establishment, isolationism, a surge in nationalism and xenophobia, 2017 looks like it’s going to be a return to the 1930s. More than ever we believe that reaching out to other people is fundamental if we want to restore a more harmonious and peaceful world. As professionals we take pride in understanding other people’s feelings on a daily basis. This is one of our cherished values that binds us together”.
He adds: “I wanted to make a simple child-like short. So I chose cartoons, which are funny and escapist. And so as to make a distinction with the 1930s, I opted for wacky electric music that sounds modern”.