Editor Marc Langley Takes a Skate Down Memory Lane for Rethink and Molson

How would you say thanks to an important person in your life … one who made big sacrifices just to give you a shot at playing hockey? To show his Dad how much he appreciates everything he’s done, Molson teamed up with the son and his father to give the two men the hockey experience of a lifetime.

“Hockey Heaven” was directed by Spy Films Tamir Moscovici and edited by Marc Langley for agency Rethink and client Molson Canadian and features heartwarming moments on a magical rink that’s set in the Rockies.

Traveling to a remote location by helicopter, this spot makes us all want to take our hockey-loving Dads out for a skate down memory lane.




Client: Molson Canadian
Agency: Rethink, Toronto
Creative Director: Aaron Starkman and Chris Staples
CD/Writer: Mike Dubrick
CD/Art Director: Joel Holtby
Group Account Director: Cheryl Munroe
Account Director: Scott Lyons
Broadcast Producer: Kelly Cavanaugh


Production Company: Spy Films
Director: Tamir Moscovici
Executive Producer: Carlo Trulli
Producer: Erik Wilson
PM / Producer: John Kerr
DOP: Anthony Arendt
Camera Operator: Regan Enderi
Cineflex Operator: John Trapman


Post Production: Rooster Post
Editor: Marc Langley
Assistant Editor: Spencer Shiffman
Executive Producer: Melissa Kahn


Colourist: Wade Odlum, Alter Ego


Post Production: Fort York VFX
Executive Producer: Amanda Lariviere
Flame Artist: Paul Binney


Music and Sound Design: RMW Music
Audio Producer: Mark Rajakovic
Executive Producer: Jeff Cohen
Engineer: Ryan Chalmers
Sound Design: Kyle Gudmundson
Media Services: Sebastian Biega & Chris Masson




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