Ad Nut
Jan 9, 2020

Sliding doors: All aboard Carlsberg's CNY elevator

AD NUT NIBBLE: Lift riders see a series of CNY celebrations in this mainland ad by Grey Hong Kong and director Andrew Lang of Sweetshop.

If someone presses all the buttons in a lift, don't get mad. Get ready to party. 

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2020 Chinese New Year advertising and marketing
We collect brand efforts to mark the arrival of the Year of the Rat.

CREDITS

Client: Carlsberg
Agency: Grey Hong Kong
Chief Creative Officer: Michael Knox
Executive Director: Jacquelyn Pang
Associate Creative Director: Jackie Wong
Head of TV Production: John Lo
Producer: Wing Tam
Assistant Account Director: Ted Tam
Account Executive: Becky Lai
Production Company: Sweetshop
Director: Andrew Lang
Managing Director: Laura Geagea
Producer: Catherine Law
DOP: Gianpaolo Lupori
Art Director: Julius Mak
Editor: Anais Siab
Colourist: Simon Astbury, Digital Domain
Online Post Production: Rex Or, Digital Domain
Post Production Executive Producer: Steven Marolho, Digital Domain
Post Production Producer: Alexei Golob, Digital Domain
Music Composer and Sound Engineer: Hank Lee, Beijing

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