Tigo Music "Boring songs" (2016) :30 (Colombia)

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This is pretty hysterical. They had that text to speech dictation robot voice recite the words to The Macarena to make the point that internet without a music service is boring. Get Radio Tigo on your mobile now. Ha ha ha ha.

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El Cronista "Flights" (2016) 1:36 (Argentina)

El Cronista "Flights" (2016) 1:36 (Argentina)

Here's a fun metaphor for the economy, for El Cronista magazine.

 

ONgov "Farting Car" (2016) :25 (Canada)

ONgov "Farting Car" (2016) :25 (Canada)

The takeaway to this spot is let's not leave this problem for our kids to solve, but I dunno, man. A farting car might just be what this planet needs.

 

ONgov "Dome des animaux" (2016) :26 (Canada)

ONgov "Dome des animaux" (2016) :26 (Canada)

This spot was made for the Quebecois/French speaking population of Canada.

Translation:

TITLE: How do we stop climate change?

 

Old Spice - the Horrifying Mutant Nightmare Abomination (2016) :90 (USA)

Old Spice - the Horrifying Mutant Nightmare Abomination (2016) :90 (USA)

Old Spice explain this abomination with "Sometimes when two commercials love each other very much, they get together and spawn a radioactive garbage fire that spews flaming jellied gasoline everywhere and kills all the grass in your yard." Meanwhile, we paraphrase B

 

ONgov "Kids Talk Climate Change" (2016) 1:00 (Canada)

ONgov "Kids Talk Climate Change" (2016) 1:00 (Canada)

If the launch spot starring David Suzuki was a lecture at adults and children that left the viewer wanting a better call to action, this follow up features kids presenting their ideas to

 

ONgov "Let them figure it out" (2016) 1:00 (Canada)

ONgov "Let them figure it out" (2016) 1:00 (Canada)

Climate change could be irreversible. And kids will have to live with the consequences. Because not enough adults are listening.

 

Origens Brasil - Imaflora (2016) 1:55 (Brazil)

Origens Brasil - Imaflora (2016) 1:55 (Brazil)

By empowering small local producers and giving them reasons to stay in the Amazon, they'll stay in the Amazon and won't sell their forest to illegal loggers. Using QR Codes, it connects consumers to producers.

 

Schneider's "Fist Bump" (2016) 1:36 (Canada)

Schneider's "Fist Bump" (2016) 1:36 (Canada)

Heartwarming through-the-years spot from Schneiders featuring the relationship between dad and son, and traditions, and hot dogs and sandwiches, just in time for Father's Day. It's real without feeling cloying.

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