Ad Nut
Mar 10, 2016

The best-laid plans of kung-fu masters and princesses

From the UK: 'Life writes the best stories', for HSBC Premier by Saatchi & Saatchi London

The best-laid plans of kung-fu masters and princesses

Ad Nut likes these two short films from HSBC and Saatchi & Saatchi, where life twists in interesting and ultimately satisfying ways. 

Ad Nut is even willing to forgive the fact that the film above, which is about kung-fu and is made for a company with "Hong Kong" in its very name, and which in certain shots looks like it was filmed in Hong Kong, was apparently produced exclusively in the UK (at least according to the credits Ad Nut was provided).


Chief Creative Officer: Kate Stanners
Executive Creative Directors: Andy Jex & Rob Potts
Creative Director And Writer: Alex Sattlecker – Creative, Linda Weitgasser – Creative
Planner: Richard Huntington – Chief Strategy Officer
Account Handler: Charles Pym – Managing Partner, Dan Cunningham – Account Director
Producer: Ally Dean – Senior Producer, Sam Rendle-Short – Production Assistant
Media Buying Agency: Mindshare
Media Planner: Ed Fall – Partner, Amy Keaney – Business Director, Carli Furman – Account Director
Production Company: Academy
Director: Jeff Labbé
Editor: Sam Rice-Edwards
Executive Producer: Lizie Gower
Producer: Mark Whittow-Williams
Production Manager: Tabetha Glass-Jackman
Post-Production Company: Simon Bath @ The Mill
Audio Post-Production Company:Tony Rapaccioli @ Wave


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