Chevrolet Film The Hunt Alone by McCann Shanghai

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The Hunt Alone

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Industry Cars
Media Film
Market China
Agency McCann Shanghai
Chief Creative Officer Ng Tian It
Associate Creative Director Roger Fang, Bruce Ren
Executive Creative Director Maurice Fang
Art Director Jiechun Fu
Senior Art Director Jiajun Tong
Released December 2016

Awards

ADFEST 2018
Film Craft Lotus Cinematography Silver
Film Craft Lotus ORIGINAL MUSIC SCORE Silver

Credits & Description

Client: Chevrolet
Agency: Mccann Shanghai, China
Entrant: Mccann Shanghai, China
Idea Creation: Mccann Shanghai, China
Chief Creative Officer: Ng Tian It (Mccann Worldgroup Shanghai)
Executive Creative Director: Maurice Fang (Mccann Worldgroup Shanghai)
Group Creative Director: Tongtao Su (Mccann Worldgroup Shanghai)
Associate Creativer Director: Rubber Yu (Mccann Worldgroup Shanghai)
Associate Creative Director: Roger Fang (Mccann Worldgroup Shanghai)
Associate Creative Director: Bruce Ren (Mccann Worldgroup Shanghai)
Senior Art Director: Jiajun Tong (Mccann Worldgroup Shanghai)
Art Director: Jiechun Fu (Mccann Worldgroup Shanghai)
Head Of Producer: George Ooi (Mccann Worldgroup Shanghai)
Senior Producer: Maggie Xue (Mccann Worldgroup Shanghai)
Brief Explanation
To celebrate the official rollout of the Equinox SUV in the Chinese market, Chevrolet has teamed up with the Discovery Channel to share, for the first time ever, the stories of three world-renowned professional wilderness photographers, and uncover the tales behind their amazing work, in an effort to inspire those who dare to explore.
The photographers featured include Andy Casagrande, an Emmy Award winner and an expert in filming great white sharks, Sophie Darlington, a former model, who has devoted herself to the wilderness, and Mungo, known as the “Man behind Bear Grylls”. From shooting polar bears to desert dust storms, the Chevrolet Equinox was there to support their achievements and assist in recording their brave explorations.
This fully-integrated campaign is currently running across China on WeChat, outdoor billboards, as well as a series of 30-second and 15-second TV commercials broadcast on CCTV and other local satellite channels.