ESPN Film Decend Proposal by O Positive, Wieden + Kennedy New York

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Decend Proposal

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Industry TV Channels/Radio Stations and Programmes
Media Film
Market United States
Agency O Positive
Agency Wieden + Kennedy New York
Director Jim Jenkins
Creative Director Christian Travers, Stuart Jennings, Brandon Henderson
Art Director Eric Cosper
Copywriter Eric Steele
Producer Editorial Exec. Producer, Ian Mccue - Line Producer
Account Supervisor Casey Bernard, Mark Whittow Williams, Brandon Pracht, Brian D'entremont
Editor Corky Devault
Released October 2011


One Show 2012
One Show Consumer Television / :30/:25 - Single Merit
One Show Consumer Television / Commercials of Var. Length - Campaign Merit

Credits & Description

Category: Direction
Advertiser: ESPN
Product/Service: ESPN
Production Company: O POSITIVE FILMS, New York, USA
Creative Director: Brandon Henderson/Stuart Jennings
Copywriter: Eric Steele
Art Director: Eric Cosper
Agency Producer: Producer: Nik Traxler/Head Of Content Production: Gary Krieg
Account Supervisor: Brandon Pracht/Casey Bernard/Brian D'entremont/Mark Williams
Advertiser's Supervisor: Chris Brush/Kevin Kirksey/Aj Mazza
Producer: Exec Producer/Line Producer: Marc Grill/Exec Producer: Ralph Laucella
Director: Jim Jenkins
Editor: Corky Devault
Music: Composer: Richard Wagner/Arranger: Auria Abraham/Title: "bridal March"
Planner: Lee Sunga
Special Effects Computer Graphics: Carbon
Cinematographer: Robert Yeoman
Director Of Photography: Robert Yeoman
EditingCompany: Whitehouse Post
Planner: Lee Sunga
Special Effects/Computer Graphics: Carbon
Cinematographer: Robert Yeoman
Director Of Photography: Robert Yeoman
Editing Company: Whitehouse Post
Other Credits: Vfx Supervisor: Kieran Walsh/Flame Artist: Matt Riley/Joe Scaglione/Mix: Sound Lounge

English Description
ESPN "Decent Proposal" is part of the "It's Not Crazy, It's Sports" campaign. It depicts a marriage proposal that is not as romantic as the bride-to-be anticipated, but exactly what her sports fanatic husband-to-be always wanted. Chalk that up to sports fanaticism of American men!