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An outdoor campaign that costs almost nothing

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 30-10-2012 22:00 | Category: Corporate Social Responsibility, Environment, Human rights, Politics



Ad Hoc: Inconvenient Films. We screen. You decide.

Campaigns like this I love a lot. Gorgeous images aren’t necessary. All you need is a good idea, a copier, scissors and glue.

It is a campaign made for the 6th edition of the human rights film festival Ad Hoc: Inconvenient Films held in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania.
“We screen. You decide: The festival that puts as much emphasis on discussion (with directors, human rights specialists etc.) after the film as the screening itself.”

The campaign only cost $5. And it is interactive too!

Great work from the the Lithuanian agency Nomoshiti.
See more work for the festival from them at their blog.

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See all items after the break.


Ad Hoc: Inconvenient Films. We screen. You decide.

Ad Hoc: Inconvenient Films. We screen. You decide.

Ad Hoc: Inconvenient Films. We screen. You decide.

Ad Hoc: Inconvenient Films. We screen. You decide.

Ad Hoc: Inconvenient Films. We screen. You decide.

Ad Hoc: Inconvenient Films. We screen. You decide.

Ad Hoc: Inconvenient Films. We screen. You decide.


Advertiser:
Ad Hoc: Inconvenient Films
Agency:
Nomoshiti







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