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Industry Health & Pharmaceutical Products
Media Film
Market Australia
Agency Host/Havas
Executive Creative Director Ant Melder
Art Director Helen King
Copywriter Alex Bolderoff
Production The Glue Society
Director Luke Crethar, Luke Nuto
Released February 2018

Credits & Description

Media: Web Film
Category: Health & safety
Client: GSK
Agency: Host/Havas
Production: The Glue Society
Country: Australia
Director: Luke Nuto
Director: Luke Crethar
Executive Creative Director: Ant Melder
Art Director: Helen King
Copywriter: Alex Bolderoff
Producer: Ellen Fraser
Group Account Director: Tim Barrett
Account Director: Carly Pelham
Agency Producer: gabe hammond
Senior Account Manager: Sandra Nestor
GSK Consumer Healthcare – Client
Charlotte Smith – Marketing Manager
Sonia Gouveia – Brand Manager
Aaron Pozorski – Assistant Brand Manager
Julian Yin – Marketing Associate

Host/Havas – Creative Agency
Harjit Rana – Senior Digital Strategist
Ros Payne – Senior Producer
Mark McKissock – Social Director
Michaela Slade – Community Manager & Content Producer
Andrew Sambell – Senior Digital Producer
Revolver/Will O'Rourke – Production Company
The Glue Society's Luke Nuto & Luke Crethar – Directors
Michael Ritchie – Managing Director / EP
Josh Mullens – EP / Head of Projects
Ellen Fraser – Producer
Jasmin Helliar – Producer
Rob Marsh – Director of Photography
The Glue Society Studios – Post Production
The Glue Society's Luke Crethar – Editor
Song Zu – Sound Studio
Abigail Sie – Sound Designer
Damian Enemark – Audio Engineer
Jess Bonney – Sound Producer
Trish Cahill – Colourist
Scott Stirling – Online Edit
Synopsis:
Quitting smoking is hard. It's even harder when your friends and family aren't smokers, don't understand what you're going through, or know how to support you through it.
With Quit Mates, we're challenging smokers to pair up with a loved one who has a habit of their own to give up, to help make quitting smoking more achievable for smokers and relatable to non-smokers.