Guess who’s coming for dinner? Marc Langley cuts latest Ikea for Rethink.

“The People Are Coming” is the name of the latest Ikea creative out of Rethink. Editor Marc Langley teamed up with Someplace Nice director/cinematographer Damien Toogood to bring a couple’s dinner party prep to life.


Brand:
Ikea
Title: The People Are Coming

Agency: Rethink
Creative Director: Aaron Starkman
Art Director: Haley Hinkley
Copywriter: Jacquelyn Parent
Agency Producer: Anne Marie Martignago

Production Company: Someplace Nice
Director: Damien Toogood
Cinematographer: Damien Toogood
Executive Producer: Chilo Fletcher, Estelle Weir
Line Producer: Gillian Gardner

Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production
Editor: Marc Langley
Assistant Editor: Nick Greaves

Colour Facility: Alter Ego
Colourist: Eric Whipp

VFX / Finishing Facility: Fort York
Online Artist: Paul Binney
Online Assistant: Luke White

Audio House: Vapor RMW
Producer: Ted Rosnick

Paul Proulx’s editorial is right on the money for Arrivals + Departures client easyfinancial


Editor Paul Proulx and Untitled Films director John Mastromonaco collaborate on this touching spot about a couple who find themselves in a tough financial situation. The creative is from Arrivals + Departures and easyfinancial. Proulx builds on Mastromonaco’s masterful direction and cinematography with a sensitive cut that mines the emotions to show the difference between a financial ‘no’ and a ‘yes’ for one family.


Brand:
easyfinancial
Title: Bills

Agency: Arrivals + Departures
Chief Creative Officer: Jason Locey
Associate Creative Director: Angela Sung
Producer: Sharon Kosokowsky
Account Director: Noela Costa

Production Company: Untitled Films
Executive Producer: Lexy Kavluk
Director: John Mastromonaco
Director of Photography: John Mastromonaco
2nd camera operator: Eric Gerard

Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production
Editor: Paul Proulx
Assistant Editor: Colin Murdock

Finishing: Alter Ego
Lead Flame Artist: Andres Kirejew

Audio House: Toast and Jam
Director/Producer: Thomas Neuspiel

Colour: Alter Ego
Colourist: Clinton Homuth

Heartbreaking new work by Dave De Carlo for Heart & Stroke via Olgilvy.

The message from Ogilvy and Heart & Stroke? Red is the new pink.

Breast cancer and the pink ribbon campaign has long been one of Canada’s top female medical causes. In this new campaign for Heart & Stroke, we are all being encouraged to take women’s heart-related symptoms ‘blinking red’ seriously.

It’s #TimeToSeeRed.

The creative highlights statistics that show how women are dying unnecessarily. Editor Dave De Carlo teamed up with Spy Films director James Lawes on this cinema and web campaign.

Brand: Heart & Stroke
Title: “See Red”

Agency: Ogilvy
Senior Partner: Jody Low-A-Chee
Creative Director: Brian Murray
Group Creative Director: Chris Dacyshyn
Group Creative Director: Julie Markle
Content Producer: Brenda Surminski
French Producer: Liliane Clune

Production Company: Spy Films
Executive Producer: Natalia Winardi
Director: James Lawes

Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production
Editor: Dave De Carlo
Assistant Editors: Brett Rostrup

Finishing: Fort York
Finishing Artist: Paul Binney & James Marin

Colour: Alter Ego
Colourist: Eric Whipp

Audio House: TA2 Music
Sound and Music Supervisor: Steve Gadsden

If it’s Spring, it must mean Awards Season is here again

The 2018 Marketing Awards kick off awards season Thursday, May 31st at the Carlu. Congratulations to all the finalists! A big shout out to Rooster Editors Dave De Carlo, Chris Parkins, Izzy Ehrlich, Marc Langley and Joey Whitelaw who have all worked on projects that are shortlisted.

Strategy Online’s 2018 Marketing Shortlists

Advertising Shortlist
Dave De Carlo – Edelman, “Rivolta: In The Head of a Hacker” for HP Studio
Izzy Ehrlich – Cossette, “Audition Tapes” for Public Mobile
Marc Langley – Doug & Partners, “Bring Back Wildhood” for Go RVing.
Joey Whitelaw – Taxi, “Meet Keith” for Sirius XM

Public Service Shortlist
Chris Parkins – FCB Canada, “Anything But Sorry” for Canadian Down Syndrome Society


Rivolta – Dave De Carlo, editor


“Audition Tapes” Club – Izzy Ehrlich, editor


Go RVing – Marc Langley, editor


Anything But Sorry – Chris Parkins, editor


“Meet Keith” Knocknock + Kathy – Joey Whitelaw, editor

 

Paul Proulx helps KIA discover its wild side for Innocean and The Corner Store

Editor Paul Proulx collaborates with director Keegan Wilcox from The Corner Store, on this 3-minute film for Innocean and KIA. In the spot, KIA has fun demonstrating the natural abilities of its range of vehicles. Each of the segments in the 3-minute film will also screen as standalone pieces.

Brand: KIA
Title: Natural Habitat

Agency: Innocean
Executive Creative Director: Ian MacKellar
Associate Creative Director and Art Director: Arron Isaac
Copywriter: Kurtis Martin

Associate Creative Director: Mirko Greenwood
Producer: Alina Prussky

Production Company: The Corner Store
Executive Producer: Jennie Montford
Director: Keegan Wilcox
Director of Photography: Christopher Mably

Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production
Editor: Paul Proulx
Assistant Editor: Colin Murdock

Colour: Alter Ego
Colourist: Wade Odlum

Finishing: Fort York VFX
Lead Flame Artist: Andrew Rolfe

Audio House: Pirate
Executive Producer: Joanne Uyeyama

Marc Langley cuts the latest White Spot brand creative for 123w

Working from dawn ’til dusk is something editor Marc Langley is familiar with. This new brand commercial for White Spot and 123w features “A Day In The Life” of White Spot and its customers. Marc worked with Untitled Films director Mark Gilbert to beautifully weave together some iconic White Spot/BC moments.

Brand: White Spot
Title: A Day In the Life

Agency: 123w
Creative Director: Rob Sweetman
Copywriter: Kate Roland
Account Manager: Matt McGarva

Production Company: Untitled Films
Executive Producers: Peter Davis & Tom Evelyn
Director: Mark Gilbert
Director of Photography: Richard Henkels
Producer: John Durrant

Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production
Editor: Marc Langley
Assistant Editor: Nick Greaves

Colour Facility: Nice Shoes
Colourist: Roslyn Di Sisto

Finishing: Fort York VFX
Online Artist: Andrew Rolfe
Online Assistant: Kevin Asis

Audio House: Grayson Matthews

Michelle Czukar’s editorial is a secure investment for The Garden Collective and Coinsquare

Michelle Czukar collaborates with Soft Citizen’s The Perlorian Brothers in this spot for The Garden Collective and Coinsquare. Filled with characters of equal parts creepy and shady, it’s a cautionary tale for people who want to invest online.


Brand: Coinsquare
Title: “Do Digital Currency Right”

Agency: The Garden Collective
Creative Director: Shane Ogilvie
Art Directors: Rosalinda Graziano, Paul Riss
Writers: Lindsay Eady, Jason Perdue, Kaidy Wong
Strategy Director: Shari Walczak
Strategist: Sarah Philips
Project Cultivator: Jessica Lax
Producer: Jen Mete

Production Company: Soft Citizen
Executive Producer: Eva Preger
Line Producer: Andrew Sulliman
Director: The Perlorian Brothers
DOP: Pawel Pogorzelski
Production Designer: Jay Pooley

Editing House: Rooster Post Production
Editor: Michelle Czukar

Transfer Facility: Alter Ego
Colourist: Eric Whip

Online Facility: The Vanity
Online Artist: Naveen Srivastava

Music House: Pirate Group
Music Track Director: Chris Tait
Engineer: Kyle Anderson