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Mazda Revolution Commercial Song Road Runner by Bo Diddley.

Know, that’s why this commercial is so cool. Wonderful Song and official Music video! This Music video shows the crowd really going for it with the dancing, grooming and general behaviour being totally over the top.

Mazda: Revolution Commercial
Song: Road Runner by Bo Diddley

For over half a century, an obsession has pushed us to keep improving how our cars look, how they drive, and how they make you feel behind the wheel. Man and machine, fuel and adrenaline, efficiency and performance working together. In perfect harmony.
Lyrics used in the commercial
I’m a road runner honey, and you can’t keep up with me
I’m a road runner honey, and you can’t keep up with me
Come on, let’s race, baby baby, you will see… …

Music video by Bo Diddley performing Road Runner. From the album Bo Diddley in the Spotlight. (C) 2009 VidZone.

Song: Road Runner by Bo Diddley
Released: January 1960 (From the album Bo Diddley in the Spotlight)

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Great Guns Director, Tal Zagreba, tells the story of explosive heartbreak and escapism in a half-live action, half-animated road trip for Volvo.

This cinematic piece of branded content also acts as a music video for ‘Call My Name’ by The Goldman Brothers. The film features McMafia’s Yuval Scharf, one of Israel’s biggest stars, behind the wheel of a Volvo V40. As she drives, her fantasy of leaving her partner in the dust begins to materialise in clever flickbook-style animation. Her animated partner gradually develops into a full cartoon and, as the explosive story unfolds, the narrative uses the vehicle as a literal and metaphorical means for telling the story.

Great Guns’ Zagreba worked closely with producer Lior Miller, animation director Robert Moreno and car manufacturer Volvo on the film.

Director Tal Zagreba comments: “We wanted to achieve something really out of the box and epic for Volvo. In this film, the vehicle and the characters are equally integral and interconnected with the narrative - and the animation enriches this connection. I wanted the car to function as the narrator as it takes the lead character through the stages of a breakup. From pitching the initial concept, right through to post production, Volvo trusted us to create the film completely as we saw fit. They didn’t see anything we shot until the finished product - which totally blew them away. It was so rewarding for us to initiate this idea ourselves and be given the trust and freedom by Volvo to realise a final film that was so true to the original idea - and with such few limitations on creative direction.”

The film was shot over two days in the wilderness between Jerusalem and Jericho in Nabi Musa, Israel. The stretch of land provided the spanning mass for the vehicle’s course. Filming in the peak of summer, however, brought some challenges. Zagreba adds: “We were filming in 50-degree heat, in the hottest place in the country. The temperature got so hot that the drone almost overheated! But we overcame it and the landscape was perfect for the backdrop of the film.”

Having found a natural chemistry with animator Robert Moreno whilst working together on previous projects, Tal was keen to collaborate with him again. “Robert is truly brilliant. The animation he created was exactly what I had imaged. We have a real creative connection and it was great to work with him and such a talented bunch of people on the film - not least the guys at Great Guns for their all their support in co-producing this video with us.”

Volvo will distribute ‘Call My Name’ through their global digital media, music and social channels from Thursday 11th January.


CREDITS
Client: Volvo
Product: V40
Title: Call My Name
Written & Directed by Tal Zagreba
Music: The Goldman Brothers
Director of Animation: Robert Moreno
Executive Producer: Lior Miller
Co-Production Company: Great Guns
Co-producers: Laura Gregory / Sheridan Thomas

Cast:
Yuval Scharf
Lior Golan

Cinematographer: Daniel Miller
Aerial Videography: DRONZ
Assistant Director: Boaz Pesenzon
Focus Puller: Eytan Ben-Arieh
Key Grip: Liad Berger
Best Boy Grip: Daniel Kalozski
Art & Props: Anat Glazer
Make Up: Noa Levi
Hair: Sara Ashanti
Editor: Robert Moreno
Post Supervisor: Robert Moreno
2D Animation: Robert Moreno, Alon Richter
Matte Painting: Anna Strebkov
Compositing & VFX: Robert Moreno
Color Grading: Robert Moreno

8 comments

  1. I can’t find this song on I- tunes. What’s up with that? I would buy it, it’s awesome.

  2. Song: Road Runner by Bo Diddley
    Released: January 1960 (From the album Bo Diddley in the Spotlight)

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  3. No song or singer be any better! What a great choice by Mazda!

  4. Best choice in song and singer! Mazda has done it again!

  5. don’t know why that one hit wonder comment is there as he had many hits…

  6. Turbohydramatic!

  7. i dont know how madza can use this song when chrysler had to pay warner brohers for the cartoon roadrunner for there 1968 plymouth roadrunner copyrights

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