DirecTV: Motorcycle

Cable really sucks.

Published on Jan 07, 2013

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Grey New York is proving to be a master of hyperbole -- especially when it comes to imaginative "what-if" sequences. The latest masterpiece from the agency, along with director Tom Kuntz, takes a similar tack to the previously celebrated campaign for DirecTV.

This time, there are two protagonists, discussing how annoying cable is -- and while it's tough to call the scenarios they bring up realistic, they are definitely more possible than the mobs, fake funerals and Charlie Sheen shenanigans that marked the previous campaign. While still far-fetched, you could actually conceive of these things happening to you, and that makes the new campaign, which is for DirecTV's "Genie" offering, perhaps even a little bit better than its predecessor. There are going to be more executions of a similar variety, the agency said.

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Jan 07, 2013
Grey New York
President/Chief Creative Offier:
Tor Myhren
Executive Creative Director/Production:
Dan Kelleher
Associate Creative Director:
Heather English
Art Director:
Matthew Nall
Robert Cuff
Executive Agency Producer:
Andrew Chinich
Agency Vice President, Producer:
David Cardinali
Production Company:
Tom Kuntz
David Zander
Senior Executive Producer:
Scott Howard
Emily Skinner
Production Supervisor:
Daniel Gonzalez
Director, Photography:
Toby Irwin
1st Assistant Director:
Thomas Smith
2nd Assistant Director:
Robert Kay
Commercial Coordinator:
Midori Takata
Mackenzie Cutler
Gavin Cutler
Assistant Editor:
Ryan Steele
Executive Producer:
Sasha Hirschfeld
Sound Design:
Sam Shaffer
Visual Effects:
Method NY
Executive Producer:
Stuart Robinson
Visual Effects Supervisor:
Doug Luka
Visual Effects Supervisor:
Jay Hawkins
Visual Effects Producer:
Christa Cox
Dan Giraldo
David Piombino
Christina Sidoti
Effects Artist:
Dan LeTarte
Effects Artist:
Andreu Lucio
Effects Artist:
Pol Chanthasartratsamee

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