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  3. Turkish bank Vakıfbank's TVC announcing the move of it's headquarters from Ankara to Istanbul told from the eyes of a Vakıfbank employee's kid.

    Client: Vakıfbank
    Director: Fatih Kızılgök
    Producer: Tolga Topçu
    D.O.P: Florent Herry & Tolga Kutlar
    Art Director: Zeki Sarayoğlu
    Editors: Erkan Erdem & Fatih Kızılgök
    Music: Emre Irmak

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  4. DASK's massive TVC about the mandatory earthquake insurance.
    "After a probable earthquake in Turkey %99.7 of the population will survive. Earthquakes will pass, life must go on."

    Client: DASK (Natural Disasters Insurance Foundation)
    Director: Fatih Kızılgök
    Producer: Cihan Öktem
    D.O.P: Florent Herry
    Art Director: Zeki Sarayoğlu
    Editor: Eray İlhan

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  5. Directed by ROJO (Josef Baar & François Roland), this ad was awarded as the "Best Public Service Announcement for Peace" by the "New York Festivals" in 2003.

    Created with the Air Bruxelles advertising agency, and filmed in Belgium, this spot for Amnesty International was conceived not as a call to donate, but as a call to "act". Amnesty's effectiveness comes in part from their distinct form of petitioning campaigns, wherein individuals are called upon to write directly to world leaders in order to call attention to human rights violations. This spot is meant to convey the power that one such person's words can have. It portrays a young woman (Felicia Massoni) whose writing prevents a torturer from continuing his horrific acts. Her words literally restrain him, as if by "voodoo".

    As directors we faced several challenges: how to position our antagonist as a torturer without being overly-graphic; and how to situate the action in a context which wasn't just some dark, dank, cliché "Third World" compound... (For as we all know, human rights violations are not exclusive to developing countries). We chose to create an extremely institutional, spartan environment: brightly lit, impeccably maintained. We wanted the spectators to feel the action could be taking anywhere, even in Europe or North America. Actor Pascal Bongard, who plays the torturer with cold subtlety, was equipped with protective skate gear under his wardrobe, in addition to a wire rig which was used to hinder his actions (the cables were digitally painted out in post). This technique could have been far more spectacular, but we chose to use the moments where the "voodoo" effect remained subtle: the gravity of the subject matter warranted a tense, sober visual style.


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