Johnnie Walker launches new 'Where Flavour is King' TV commercial via Leo Burnett Sydney

Screen Shot 2012-10-04 at 9.52.jpgAustralia: Johnnie Walker has released their new campaign entitled 'Where Flavour is King' which includes a 60 sec TVC via Leo Burnett Sydney.

Leo Burnett Sydney
Chief Creative Officer: Andy DiLallo
Creative Director: Vince Lagana
Creative Director: Grant McAloon
Client Services Director: Peter Bosilkovski
Account Director: Claire Kesby-Smith
Agency TV Producer: Rita Gagliardi
Production Company: EXIT Films
Director: Mark Molloy
Producer: Alice Grant
VFX and Post Production:  Alt.vfx, Brisbane.
VFX Supervisor:  Colin Renshaw
VFX Producers: Lily Crowley & Marnie Ellis
VFX  team : Rowan Cassidy, Brendan Savage, Sarah Collier, Chris Conception,
Richard Pritchard, Nick Angus, Andrew Palmer, Matthew Chance, Carlo Managhan, Urs Furrer
Grade: Andrew Clarkson, Method Studios
Editor: Peter Sciberras, Method Studios
Music Composer: Ramesh Sathiah, Song Zu
Sound Engineer: Simon Kane, Song Zu
Music/Sound Producers: Larissa Coupe and Lindy Lewis
Line Production Company: Unit Sofa
Line Company Producer: Nikola Mohita

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