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Save the Children: Livingroom Circle

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70% of abused children turn into abusive adults.
Donate at savethechildren.mx

Advertising Agency: Y&R, México
Chief Creative Officers: Rafael Barthaburu, Esteban Sacco
Creative Director: Francisco Ferro
Copywriter: Auber Romero, Gumaro Davila, Salvador Lara
Art Directors: Jose Mario Muñoz, Oscar Chávez, Ana Segurajáuregui
Head of Art: Oscar Cuevas, Francisco Hernandez
Production company: Circo Films
Executive Producer: Chon Alatorre
Agency Producer: Ivonne Cortes, Adrian Ramos
Photographer: Ale Burset
Account manager: Alvaro Dopico
Published: May 2012


Save the Children: Bedroom Circle

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70% of abused children turn into abusive adults.
Donate at savethechildren.mx

Advertising Agency: Y&R, México
Chief Creative Officers: Rafael Barthaburu, Esteban Sacco
Creative Director: Francisco Ferro
Copywriter: Auber Romero, Gumaro Davila, Salvador Lara
Art Directors: Jose Mario Muñoz, Oscar Chávez, Ana Segurajáuregui
Head of Art: Oscar Cuevas, Francisco Hernandez
Production company: Circo Films
Executive Producer: Chon Alatorre
Agency Producer: Ivonne Cortes, Adrian Ramos
Photographer: Ale Burset
Account manager: Alvaro Dopico
Published: May 2012

Save the Children: Jessica

Save the Children: Jonathan

Save the Children: Feel Again

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Advertising Agency: BBDO, New York, USA
Chief Creative Officer: David Lubars
Executive Creative Director: Toygar Bazarkaya
Creative Director: Paul Vinod
Art Director: James Kuczynski
Copywriter: David Martin
Art Director: Quoc Doan
Director of Integrated Production: David Rolfe
Senior Producer: Jesse Brihn
Producer: Dave Rocco
Interactive Producer: Katie Krueger
Assistant Producer: Lawrence Chen
Production Company: Rabbit
Director: The Fines
Executive Producers: Douglas Howell, Joby Barnhart
Executive Producer / Producer: Shelby Ross
Head Of Production: Jeff Sommar
Production Supervisor: Dani Rotstein
Editorial: Butcher Editorial
Editor for TV: David Henegar
Editor for Making Of, Behind the Scenes, Interview w the Band: Christina Neferis
Editor for Lifestyle Malawi and (2) Social Worker Videos: Christina Neferis
Executive Producer: Rob Van
Producer: Chrissy Hamilton
VFX: Butcher Editorial
Executive Producer: Rob Van
VFX Producer: Chrissy Hamilton
Smoke Artist: Zac Dych
Audio: South Sound
Sound Design: South Sound
Mixer for TV and Making Of: Tim West
Recording Studio/Mix House: POP Sound
Color: MPC
Telecine Artist: Ricky Gausis

Save the Children: Every Beat Matters, Chisomo Boxer

Save the Children: Every Beat Matters, Madalitso Masa-Boxer

Save the Children: Every Beat Matters, Domingo Troy Lux


Save The Children: Future

Save The children: Tomorrow

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HLA’s Simon Ratigan captures children at their most innocent in this touching new film for Save The Children, juxtaposing the beauty and peacefulness of childhood slumber with the harsh realities of life in poverty. In the first spot from the newly merged Adam&EveDDB, Simon worked closely with Ben Tollett and Emer Stamp and travelled to hugely deprived areas of the UK, Bangladesh, Nepal and Liberia meeting the youngest victims of poverty. Beautifully shot and set to an emotive instrumental soundtrack, the ad highlights Save The Children’s ‘No Child Born To Die’ campaign.

Advertising Agency: adam&eveDDB, UK
Creative Directors: Ben Tollett, Emer Stamp
Production Company: HLA
Director: Simon Ratigan
Producer: Daniel Carter
Executive Producer: Mike Wells
DOP: Karl Oskarsson
Sound: 750 mph
Music: MPM London
Published: November 2012

Save the Children: First Day

Save the Children: Wish

Save the Children: The resume nobody would like to have

Save the Children: The Most Important "Sexy" Model Video Ever

Save The Children: Free Melika

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To emphasize the need for action, we staged a catastrophe and a rescue mission of the 12 year old girl Melika at the Copenhagen Central Station in August 2014.
The goal was to get passers-by to interact digitally through Instagram with the installation to raise awareness for the coming annual national fundraising for Save The Children Denmark.

Advertising Agency: We Love People, Copenhagen, Denmark
Creatives: Jamel Sundoo, Toke Eskildsen, Jenny Mattesen, Simon Friis, Jonathan Heldorf
Published: August 2014


Save the Children: Ten minutes a day could change everything

Save the Children: Superheroes - Eye Witness Reports

Save the Children: Real giving

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The ad features nine-year-old Gerald whose home was destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines in 2013. Gerald, the eighth of eleven siblings, encouraged his family to evacuate their home in the small village of Tacloban and seek refuge in a nearby school, where they sheltered as the typhoon destroyed the area around them. Gerald’s family’s fishing boat – their means of earning income at the time – was lost in the disaster yet despite this Gerald still courageously continues to help his family and local community by whatever small means possible.

Advertising Agency: adam&eveDDB, London, UK

Save the Children: Make the world better with a sweater Christmas ad spoof

Save The Children: Tunic

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