Publicis JimenezBasic inspires courage through a Star Wars story for Globe Philippines

Star Wars story.jpgPublicis JimenezBasic Manila has created a touching "Star Wars" film that reminds each of us of our power to create hope. Our power to create courage.

The spot is for Globe Telecomm, a telecommunications company from the Philippines dedicated to giving their consumers the most wonderful of experiences. The brand and Publicis JimenezBasic wanted to announce the partnership with a story befitting of the beloved movie franchise.

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Star Wars story 3.jpgThe online film is just one part of Globe's campaign to inspire and protect the brave young children of the country starting with the renovation of the pediatric ward of the Philippine General Hospital.

Credits -
Executive Creative Directors: Trixie Diyco, Brandie Tan
Creative Director: Bia Fernandez-Famularcano
Creative Director: Alnair Langkay
Assoc Creative Director: Marielle Nones
Art Director: Jeff Thomas
Copywriter: Leslie Chua
Accounts Supervisor: Eric Nolasco
Business Unit Head: Raffy Parcon
Client & Business Development Executive Officer: Katie Santos

1 Comments

T said:

Lovely film. Well done Manila.

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