Marc Langley enjoys another collaboration with FCB Toronto and the Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership. In this latest outing, the “Where Am I?” campaign again challenges viewers to figure out the featured location. Marc teamed up again with director Andrew Cividino who brought some gorgeous tourism footage to the edit suite.
Launched with a riddle, an unconventional tourism campaign called “Where Am I?” is challenging public perceptions about Ontario – and how travel advertising can be done. Provoking mystery and surprise, a campaign developed for the Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation (OTMPC) by FCB Toronto is showcasing Ontario in an unfamiliar way.
The visually stunning campaign was filmed over nine months. Editor Marc Langley cut together dynamic broadcast creative, showcasing the amazing footage directed by OPC’s Andrew Cividino. Cividino’s feature film “Sleeping Giant” debuted at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.
Editor Izzy Ehrlich helps uncover the mystery behind what makes Nova Scotia so intriguing. In this spot, Izzy shines a new light on the province’s local attractions for tourists. “If You Only Knew” is the tagline for the latest Tourism Nova Scotia out of DDB Canada.
Client: Tourism Nova Scotia
Name of Commercial: If You Only Knew
Agency: DDB Canada
Executive Creative Director: Paul Wallace
Associate Creative Director: Craig Ferguson
Art Director: Rebecca May
Producer: Chris Webden
Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production
Editor: Izzy Ehrlich
Assistant Editor: Taylor McWade
Colour: Alter Ego
Colourists: Wade Odlum
Finishing: Fort York
Lead Flame Artist: Ernie Mordak
Untitled Films director Scott Pommier and editor Jeff Poremba take us on a breathtaking journey to the birthplace of evolution – The Galápagos Islands in Ecuador. The piece was created for Ecuador Tourism as part of The Feel Again Project by McCann Ecuador. 18 artists from around the world were invited to take part in creating works of art to showcase Ecuador as a travel destination that is unlike any other.
This summer, Rethink and Coors Light are celebrating backyard games with an epic 2-day tournament called “The Coors Light Games”. These Games feature really, really, really amateur athletes whose only athletic skill is in finding a special gold Coors Light can to qualify. We say cheers to that. The creative was directed by The Corner Store Film’s Jorn Haagen with editorial by Marc Langley.
Client: Coors Light
Agency: Rethink, Toronto
Creative Director: Aaron Starkman
Creative: Marie Richer
Creative: Jamie Umpherson
Broadcast Producer: Vanessa Birze
Account Executive: Lynn Summers
Account Supervisor: Sarah Reidlinger
Production Company: The Corner Store Films
Director: Jorn Haagen
Executive Producer: Susi Patterson
Producer: Kirsten Bowman
Post Production: Rooster Post
Editor: Marc Langley
Assistant Editor: Spencer Shiffman
Colourist: Eric Whipp, Alter Ego
Post Production: Fort York VFX
Executive Producer: Amanda Lariviere
Flame Artist: Ernest Mordak
Music and Sound Design: RMW Music
Audio Producer: Mark Rajakovic
Executive Producer: Jeff Cohen
Engineer: Ryan Chalmers
Sound Design: Kyle Gudmundson
Torontonians are getting ready for an epic time this summer. In this latest installment of FCB’s “Epic is On” campaign for Ontario Tourism, the excitement starts to ramp up for the 2015 Toronto Pan Am / ParaPan Am games. Once again, editorial duties were handled by Marc Langley and directed by Untitled Film’s Phil Brown.
Rethink and Molson Canadian are back and bigger and better than before … with an inspiring group of hockey fans who took their love of hockey to the next level to show how they’d do #ANYTHINGFORHOCKEY. This epic spot, featuring an exhilarating game of hockey played on Molson’s iconic rink in the mountains, was edited by Marc Langley and directed by Untitled Film’s Tyler Williams. According to Langley, it was all fun … as his skillful edit takes the story to a new level; from the helicopter pad face off, to the winning game goal, to the Molson Beer Fridge hat trick, right on through to the overtime surprise ending for the fans.