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BERLIN WALL

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Industry Video Games/Consoles, Games
Media Film
Market United States
Agency Dojo
Art Director Chris Masse
Copywriter Michael Leibowitz
Production Beast
Director Jeff Tomsic
Executive Creative Director Geoff Edwards, Mauro Alencar
Producer Greg Jones, Catherine Finkenstaedt, Lori Joseph
Account Supervisor Audrey Santamarta, Bill Mattis
Editor Doug Walker, Nikki Winig, John Jenkins Stark
Production Go Film
Producer Gary Rose
Production Spy Films
Released March 2011

Credits & Description

Category: Internet Film
Advertiser: ACTIVISION
Product/Service: CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS GAME
Agency: DOJO
Production Company: GO FILM, Hollywood, San Francisco, San Francisco, USA, USA, USA
Production Company: BEAST, Hollywood, San Francisco, San Francisco, USA, USA, USA
Production Company: SPY, Hollywood, San Francisco, San Francisco, USA, USA, USA
Date of First Appearance: Mar 3 2011
Executive Creative Director: Mauro Alencar/Geoff Edwards
Copywriter: Michael Leibowitz
Art Director: Chris Masse
Agency Producer: David Verhoef
Account Supervisor: Audrey Santamarta/Bill Mattis
Producer: Gary Rose/Catherine Finkenstaedt/Greg Jones/Lori Joseph
Director: Jeff Tomsic
Editor: Doug Walker/Nikki Winig/John Jenkins Stark
Animation: Michael Parks/John Hasbrook
Music: Scorpions/Wind Of Change
Planner: Nigel Tribe
Other Credits: Charles Graf/Darren Orr/Mike Janov/Jesse Capper/Jason Funk/Josh Cardenas/Travis Gorman

English Description
For the launch of the first map pack for Call of Duty: BlackOps, we told the classic story of East versus West, of people divided by politics, but united by their love of play, flamethrowers, and singing duets. This film is set to the classic ballad: “Wind of Change”, which was originally written to commemorate the fall of the Berlin Wall. The song creates the perfect melodic exchange between opposing soldiers, with “gun-tar” solos and hair metal music video vernacular. Quickly reaching more than a million views, this film appealed to gamers and non-gamers through a timeless, emotionally charged story.