Stride Film SLAP by J. Walter Thompson New York

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Industry Chewing-Gum
Media Film
Market United States
Agency J. Walter Thompson New York
Director The Perlorian Brothers
Executive Creative Director Tom Christmann
Art Director Vik Bhalla, Chad Baker
Copywriter Jeff St. Jean
Producer Executive Producer Of Media Arts
Account Supervisor Carlos Furnari Business Director
Editor Second Unit Agency Producer - Jirka Mika, Jeff Buchanan, Stephane Dumonceau Of Mad River Post, James Bird
Production Furlined
Released May 2010

Credits & Description

Category: Internet Film
Advertiser: KRAFT FOODS
Production Company: FURLINED, Santa Monica, USA
Date of First Appearance: May 2 2010
Chief Creative Officer: Co-President/Chief Creative Officer/N.a.: Ty Montague/Chief Creative Officer/Ny: Harvey Marco
Executive Creative Director: Tom Christmann
Copywriter: Jeff St. Jean
Art Director: Vik Bhalla/Chad Baker
Agency Producer: Senior Integrated Producer: Owen Katz/Production Manager: Jane Meeuws
Account Supervisor: Business Director: Christian Hughes
Advertiser's Supervisor: Gary Osifchin/Nipa Shah/Pam Clarkson/Lori Mazuro
Producer: Executive Producer: David Thorne/Diane Mcarter/Line Producer: Ed Callagan
Director: Perlorian Brothers
Editor: Stephane Dumonceau/Jeff Buchanan/James Bird/Producer: Stephanie Apt/Laura Patterson
Sound Design/Arrangement: Jwtwo/Engineer: Andy Green/Assistant Engineer: Craig Caniglia/Producer: Greg Tiefenbrun
Post Production: The Mill/Colorist: Fergus Mccall/Sal Malfitano/Claudia Guevara
Animation: The Mill/Lead Flame: Jeff Robbins/Producer Charlotte Arnold
Account Manager: Account Director: Lauren Hanin/Account Executive: Meghan Daniels/Account Associate: Mona Munayyer
Planner: Melissa Bailey-Wong
Director Of Photography: Stopes Langensteiner
Editing Company: Final Cut Ny
Other Credits: Jwt: Director Of Integrated Prodcution: Clair Grupp/Director Of Brand Production: Joe Calabrese

English Description
Are you ready for a flavor-changing gum? The answer is probably no. Does Stride care if you're ready? The answer is most definitely no.