This may be politically incorrect. I’ll have to check.
Christine Nangle sums up the American election campaign.
Sarah Silverman has the best line in this ad, in the opening few seconds. I won’t ruin it for you…
Pennysylvania is not affluent. It has a high percentage of blue-collar workers. Strong, simple ad here by author Don Winslow, with a Springsteen soundtrack.
Because you’ve probably seen a number of them. They’re squarely in the Ridicule and Attack genre. Here’s the current political campaign for the more likely candidate, Bernie Sanders. Quite a different tone.
The Reed Awards focus on the latest tools, tactics, techniques, technologies & strategies in political campaigns. There are 16 categories and hundreds of awards. To name a few:
- Best Application of Artificial Intelligence or Machine Learning
- Best Overall Use Of A Telephone Town Hall
- Best Online Advertising Campaign on a Shoestring Budget
- Best Bare-Knuckled Street Fight TV Ad
- Best Villain in a Web Video
It’s international but there were no Australian winners last year.
Hardly David Cameron’s fault but a nice moment.
Make Donald Trump look good.
Here’s your brief. Show how unfair the media is to Bernie Sanders.
Political advertising just gets more and more brutal. This one talks to/at young people with the reverse psychology laid on thick.
A Brazilian ad that could also run in the U.S.
Years ago if you pitched this to a client they would have said ‘what the hell has voting got to do with hamburgers?’