This highly successful TV campaign was one in a long series of amusing TVCs for the Australian men's underwear brand 'Underdaks' and was based around a theme that endured for almost 30 years: 'One day, you're gonna get caught with your pants down'. Shot in 1994 for release in Australia & NZ for Pacific Dunlop's 'Pacific Brands', it was created by Simon Collins, co-founder and Creative Executive of Collins Gartrell, during his time at Campaign Palace, a groundbreaking Australian ad agency, when John Poulakakis was Managing Director and Randal Glennon in charge of Client Services. Temporarily banned from Australian TV after a later-dismissed complaint to the Advertising Standards Council made because of one of the taglines, 'He's probably gay', it was later featured in a number of overseas TV shows on amusing commercials from around the world. The two other taglines were: 'Nice luggage' and 'One day, I'm going to get lucky'. The commercial and another well-known one from Holeproof starring Toneya Bird and an echidna also featured in 'The Gruen Transfer', a TV show discussing TV advertising, on the national broadcaster, ABC TV, on June 4th, 2008. The term 'himbo' became part of the common vernacular during this time and the concept behind the expression likely provided some inspiration for this ad, though the growing emphasis culturally on men's fashion was a major consideration. The 'himbo' is played by Jason Stewart, who was with Vivien's Models at the time, but is now represented by Duke Actors' Management, Sydney. This video is no longer 'age restricted' due to its being present unrestricted on other channels.
Просмотров: 2588 mrjjbs
Directed by Gayson Thavatt and produced by Exile films, this commercial for Viagra was shot in Auckland, NZ, in 2007 and stars the bright, beautiful and talented Tanja Bulatovic, who now lives in Marseille, France. This is the 55 second version. Her website can be found at http://www.tanjabulatovic.com/. A stand-in was used for the falling scene as the actor playing the husband had recently had shoulder surgery.
Просмотров: 133 mrjjbs
Shot on location at Star Casino, now The Star, Sydney. Fun job.
Просмотров: 92 mrjjbs
Before Jeremy Clarkson and his partners in crime set out on 'The Grand Tour' there was 'Top Gear', a very popular UK TV show that spun off an Australian version and magazine, both named 'Top Gear Australia'. The magazine was produced by Australian Consolidated Press under license and the TVC to promote it was a witty jab at the RTA's (Road & Traffic Authority's) very successful anti-speeding 'Pinkie' campaign aimed at young male drivers and produced by Clemenger BBDO, which was released in 2007. Tim Brown was the director and the production company was The Works: https://theworkssydney.com/ The ad was shot in Sydney on a length of Shelley St that no longer exists now the road has been re-routed as part of the Barangaroo development to accommodate the building now located at 10 Shelley St. The finger is a cleverly designed prosthetic and the wearer is Jason Stewart. This video is no longer 'age restricted' due to its being present unrestricted on other channels.
Просмотров: 16 mrjjbs
Shot on location in Sydney and starring the lovely Fiona Adie de Boos-Smith, who's married to the talented Damien of the Arrebato Ensemble and Church Street Studios: https://www.facebook.com/arrebatoensemble/ https://www.churchstreetstudios.com.au/ http://www.sima.org.au/Arrebato/736/n/3/0/0/ The man in the argent muscle suit is Jason Stewart.
Просмотров: 44 mrjjbs
Directed by Gayson Thavatt and produced by Exile films, this commercial for Viagra was shot in Auckland, NZ, in 2007 and stars the bright, beautiful and talented Tanja Bulatovic, who now lives in Marseille, France. This is the 30 second version. Her website can be found at http://www.tanjabulatovic.com/. A stand-in was used for the falling scene as the actor playing the husband had recently had shoulder surgery.
Inspired by an earlier Indian commercial, which can be seen at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2a0KYtG97E, this commercial was shot in Sydney, Australia, and released worldwide for the Beijing Olympics in 2008, and showcased Lenovo's face recognition technology. The ad was produced by Luscious and directed by Damien Toogood. Their websites can be found at http://www.luscious.com.au/ and http://damientoogood.com/. The island is Lion Island Nature Reserve, home to Sydney's largest population of fairy penguins. The castaway was played by Jason Stewart, who was represented at the time by Mark Byrne Management.
Shot in Sydney, mostly at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Darlinghurst, but also on location at other spots. The vegetables were made ambulant by several little people whose job was not made any easier by the lack of peepholes.
Просмотров: 7 mrjjbs
Excellent production and concept. Shot on location in Northern Beaches area of Sydney, Australia. Concept by BWM Dentsu, produced by Revolver Films and directed by Matt Devine, The Glue Society. bwmdentsu.com revolver.ws https://gluesociety.com/
Просмотров: 6 mrjjbs
Sports Knowledge Australia was intended to become an international centre of sports science, but ceased operations in 2010. The presenter is Jason Stewart, who was very sick on the day, but managed to do OK thanks to a packet of Fisherman's Friend, original flavour of course.
Просмотров: 10 mrjjbs