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See the totally cool and brilliant Levis Moonbathing ads from director Anthony Atanasio at http://eu.levi.com/Its the best thing Levis' has done in yearsAtanasio is the same director who did that amazing Escheresque ad for Audi Illusions and the Nintendo School's Out spot both available at:http://www.outsider.tv/and loads of other places.my fav from these Levis spots is the long moonbathing film and the billboard one, but they're all completely wired.
Director Anthony Atanasio has also recently made two ads for AMEX with Japanese actor Ken Watanabe. They are supposed to be really cool.He also did this amazing ad for Club-Med which has three dimensional faces hidden in a series of stunning aerial shots of deserts, snow slopes, a golf course, clouds, a moroccan city, coral reefs etc. He has somehow made them from the environment, the buildings, rocks, grass, trees etc. Its painstakingly perfect.There are more links to Anthony Atanasio and his work at:http://www.alamaison.fr/english/E_rubriques/E_gallery/commercials/2003/E_nintendo/E_nintendo.htmhttp://www.alamaison.fr/english/E_rubriques/E_gallery/commercials/2005/E_clubMed_lesVisages/E_clubMed_lesVisages.htmhttp://identityid.comHe has also made some short films but they're not easy to get hold of. One of them won the worlds highest award for screen choreography and he choreographed and directed it. Its called DUST and was really low budget.
BBH Creative, Caroline Pay, came up with the initial Moonbathing idea before enlisting award winning commercial director Anthony Atanasio and his partner Valerie Martinez to then turn it into a fully realized film. The result of this collaboration is the fantastic Moonbathing films, Moonbathe, Billboard, and Ledge.Creative director, Caroline Pay, was formerly at London agency Mother where she worked on the Boots account amongst others.Atanasio is known for his cinematically strong visual approach and his fanatical attention to detail. He's been called the Stanley Kubrick of commercials! Valerie Martinez has been his Art Director and partner for many years since their award winning short films, "The Persistence of Memory" and "DUST".http://www.framestore-cfc.com/commercials/audi_illusions/http://www.imz.at/index.php?id=473&imz=47f415775718e48e82a5d133f01f36f6http://www.moving-picture.com/launch.htmlhttp://www.adweek.com/aw/creative/best_spots_03/031114_13.jsphttp://www.liaawards.com/2004/winners/tv/11.shtmlhttp://www.identityid.com/http://www.shots.net/news.asp?id=3027&src=true
In my humble opinion, some of the coolest and undoubtedly most stunning Levis films ever, directed by some of the World's finest directors, period: Laundrette - Director: Roger Lyons Bath - Director: Roger Lyons Parting - Director: Roger Lyons Entrance - Director: Roger Lyons Climate/Fridge - Director: Roger Lyons Pool Hall - Director: Marek Kanievska Swimmer - Director: Tarsem Procession - Director: Michael Haussman Creek - Director: Vaughan & Anthea Fall - Director: Paul Arden Taxi - Director: Ballie Walsh Drugstore (girl & guy versions) - Director: Michel Gondry Planet - Director: Vaughan & Anthea Washroom - Director: Tarsem Mermaids - Director: Michel Gondry Kung Fu - Director: Jonathan Glazer Tremor - Director: Doug Liman Hamster - Director: Doug Nichol Square Peg - Director: Gore Verbinski Photocopier - Director: Chris Cunningham ID, Fly, Dancing, and the series featuring Flat Eric - Director: Quentin Dupieux Twist - Director: Frank Budgen Odyssey - Director: Jonathan Glazer Hispanic, Hot Dog - Director: Speck & Gordon Bike - Director: Nick Gordon Midsummer - Director: Noam Murro Ice Cream, Mutual Respect, Disrespect, Roof - Director: Stacey Wall Moonbathing, Billboard, Ledge - Director: Anthony Atanasio Don’t worry; it makes me jealous, bitter, and twisted to have not worked on these also.
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