The Glue Society's Gary Freedman directs new Canal+ spot via Wanda Productions + BETC Paris

Canal+spot.jpgThe Glue Society's Gary Freedman has completed the year by directing a spot of biblical proportions for Canal+, which re-tells the story of The Nativity to comedic effect via BETC Paris.

The film was shot on location in Morocco - through Wanda Productions - and introduces the French audience to a special promotion of films for the holiday season.

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The agency BETC Paris, has cretaed numerous award winning spots for the French TV network - including the 'March of the Emperor' Gold Lion winning spot also directed by The Glue Society.

In 2013, The Glue Society became the second most awarded director in the world according to The Gunn Report.

Client: Canal+
Agency: BETC Paris
Creative Directors: Stephane Xiberras & Olivier Apers
Art Director: Francis De-Ligt
Copywriter: Nathalie Dupont
Production Company: Wanda
Director: The Glue Society (Gary Freedman)
TV Producer: David Green
Sound: Gum

1 Comments

ian said:

wow,19.90euros per month for subscription tv canal + in france,makes foxtel charges look a bit over the top.

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