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Air France "Gastronomy" (2016) :30 (France)

Air France "Gastronomy" (2016) :30 (France)

This is Lee. He's delighted because menus created by leading French chefs and unique tableware by French designers all make his foodie heart beat faster.

 

Air France "Service" (2016) :30 (France)

Air France "Service" (2016) :30 (France)

Lee is really satisfied because Air France travel revolves around him. Day and night service and even a welcome in his own language. What's not to love?

 

Air France "SkyPriority" (2016) :30 (USA)

Air France "SkyPriority" (2016) :30 (USA)

Louise is relaxed because she has priority access every step of the way, so she doesn't have to worry about security, or being the last person to collect her baggage.

 

Air France "Paris-CDG Airport" (2016) :30 (USA)

Air France "Paris-CDG Airport" (2016) :30 (USA)

Charlotte is Radiant because she can transfer from airports really well and can hang out in Air France lounges, too. I do like the style of this ad, as at least it's trying to do something different.

 

Air France "Comfort" (2016) :30 (France)

Air France "Comfort" (2016) :30 (France)

In the wake of the Paris terrorist attack, Air France lost around 76 million dollars. Brussels didn't make matters much better.

 

Inter-LGBT - The Obstacle Course (2016) :60 (France)

Inter-LGBT - The Obstacle Course (2016) :60 (France)

In a dizzying first person point of view, we run from schools, into shared sleeping halls, to parties, to falling into waters. It's like a long game of "the floor is lava", while people yell at us, stare at us, awkwardly look away when we play spin the bottle, laugh at us.

 

McDonald's "McFirst Menu - The Flood" (2016) :26 (France)

McDonald's "McFirst Menu - The Flood" (2016) :26 (France)

The McFirst menu comes at the affordable price of €4.95. Buy purchasing one, you must be really smart. Maybe even smart enough to stop a crisis like the Hoover dam breaking.

 

Canal + there's a story behind every story

These are fun. Canal+ has a history of supporting up and coming filmmakers. This print campaign shows just how hard it is to bring those films to life. My favorite is the metal colander.

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Transavia wants you to know your holidays are waiting for you

Transavia, is Air France's low cost airline. They are literally inviting you to imagine yourself in one of the many destinations they fly to.

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Ubisoft "Tom Clancy's The Division: Yesterday" (2016) 1:50 (France)

Ubisoft "Tom Clancy's The Division: Yesterday" (2016) 1:50 (France)

TomClancy’s The Division is out! And if you want to play in a post-apocalyptic world just like Fallout, with a leveling up system similar to Destiny, than you will love it.

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