Brooklyn Film Festival's New Ads Couldn't Be More Scornful of Hollywood

TBWA animations keep it real

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Will the Brooklyn Film Festival ever go Hollywood? Fuggedaboutit!

Four short, simple animations by TBWA\Chiat\Day deliver the message that the New York borough and its festival of independent films, which runs from May 29 through June 7, are "3,000 miles from Hollywood"—in mindset as well as distance.

The cartoon vignettes run between 15 and 25 seconds, comically contrasting celluloid styles from each location. For example, on the soundstages of Los Angeles, intricately choreographed fight scenes are performed by highly skilled stunt professionals suspended like marionettes on wires.



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