Ad Nut
Apr 23, 2018

Goats who stare at men in pickup trucks

WORK WORTH A WATCH: 'Not to be outdone' for GM Holden by The Monkeys

Ad Nut prefers ads with clever and attractive woodland creatures, but the sure-footed and regal mountain dweller in this ad—for Australian automaker GM Holden by The Monkeys—seems like a fine fellow. Not to mention persistent.

CREDITS

Client: GM Holden
General Manager, Marketing & Digital: Natalie Davey
Brand Communications Manager: Josh Cunningham
Product Marketing Senior Manager: Andre Scott
Brand Communications Coordinator: Tom Richards

Agency: The Monkeys
CCO: Ant Keogh
Head of Strategy: Mike Derepas
Head of Production: Romanca Jasinski
Group Content Director: Lee Lowndes
Content Director: Navin Arunasalam
Copywriter: Cody Naetzker
Art Director: Zenon Predecki

Production Company: Goodoil Films
Director: Hamish Rothwell
Producer: Andrew McLean
Executive Producer: Simon Thomas
Director of Photography: Dariusz Wolski

Editor: Pete Sciberras @ ARC

Post: Alt. VFX
Production Design: John Allan

Sound: Nylon Studios – Paul Le Couteur
Music: Level Two Music – A Tribe called Red, “Electric Pow Wow”

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