Here's a wonderful dose of heartwarming moment. Footballers from all over Germany donated blood to kids in need. Not only that, but the blood bags were affixed with their heroes' name and likeness, so the kids could see that their idols care.
A sleek luxury car is driven around town by someone in an orange silk burqa. We see your usual shopping, a goldfish is bought, a visit to a café, a chat with a friend, intercut with flashes of a woman's face.
Dusseldorf is a very rich city with great restaurants and shops. On the surface it would seem as if everyone who lives there has money. But not so. Fact is there are 7,000 people who go hungry every day in Dusseldorf.
Someone told me the German VO in this spot for the ŠKODA- Yeti is saying something along the lines of: "The Škoda 'like-weeks' -- Get Germany's awarded brand now. Finance many models without interest or deposit."
Here's an interesting idea... In order to get to talk to the ambitious creatives who want to win awards, and study all the winning entries... Interone took over the page. Any deep-click to look a little closer at something actually brought you straight into Interone and a sudden spontanious job interview. Neat!
When German telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom wanted to tell a story of the increasing interconnectivity of the modern world, they chose an unconventional approach: rather than tell this tale literally, they followed the advice of German agency DDB Tribal and Directo