WALLS by Biscuit Filmworks, Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam for Coca-cola

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Industry Soft Drinks
Media Film
Market Netherlands
Agency Biscuit Filmworks
Agency Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam
Director Christopher Riggert
Creative Director Mark Bernath, Eric Quennoy, Duncan Marshall, Jason Levine
Art Director Mathew Jerrett
Copywriter Sean Vij
Producer Shawn Lacey, Holly Vega
Account Supervisor Jing Lien, Andrew Kay
Editor Charlie Harvey, Russell Icke - The Whitehouse
Production Bohemian Pictures
Released January 2011

Credits & Description

Category: Non-Alcoholic Drinks
Advertiser: COCA-COLA
Product/Service: COCA-COLA
Agency: WIEDEN+KENNEDY AMSTERDAM
Production Company: BISCUIT FILMWORKS, Los Angeles, Prague, USA, CZECH REPUBLIC
Production Company: BOHEMIAN PICTURES, Los Angeles, Prague, USA, CZECH REPUBLIC
Date of First Appearance: Jan 1 2011
Executive Creative Director: Mark Bernath/Eric Quennoy
Creative Director: Mark Bernath/Eric Quennoy
Copywriter: Sean Vij
Art Director: Mathew Jerrett
Agency Producer: Elissa Singstock
Account Supervisor: Andrew Kay/Jing Lien
Producer: Shawn Lacey/Holly Vega
Director: Christopher Riggert
Editor: Russell Icke/Charlie Harvey
Sound Design/Arrangement: Grand Central Studios/Raja Seghal
Post Production: The Mill/Matt Williams/Tom Jones/Stephen Venning
Music: One Night Only/"can You Feel It Tonight?"
Account Manager: Ilkay Dibekoglu
Planner: Amanda Feve
Cinematographer: Jan Velicky
Director Of Photography: Jan Velicky
Editing Company: Whitehouse Post
Other Credits: Jonathan Mildenhall/Joe Belliotti/Nick Felder/Cristina Bondolowski/Guy Duncan/Jackie Santos

English Description
This spot dramatizes how the happy energy of Coca-Cola helps teens connect through music in 2011. It is about the sacred teenage ritual of locking yourself in your room and cranking the stereo. It’s a time when teens escape, through music, in the sanctuary of their rooms. They might feel like they are on their own, but the ritual is a universal one. This work offers an imaginative look at how Coke and music help bring teens from all over the world together.