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New Subaru “Stick Shift” Twins Commercial



Teaching twin boys to drive a stick shift proves to be a lesson in endurance for one long-suffering dad and his Subaru.

Credits:
Advertising Agency: Carmichael Lynch, USA
Chief Creative Officer: Dave Damman
Exec Creative Director: Randy Hughes
Group Creative Director / Copywriter: Sheldon Clay
Associate Creative Director / Art Director: Jeff Terwilliger
Director of Integrated Production: Joe Grundhoefer
Exec Senior Producer: Brynn Hausmann
Business Manager: Vicki Oachs
Account Service Team: David Eiben, Krista Kelly
Production Company: Park Pictures
Director: Lance Acord
Executive Producer: MaryAnn Marino
Line. Producer: Aristides McGarry
Director of Photography: Lance Acord
Edit House: Whitehouse Post
Editors: Russell Icke, Shane Reid
Assistant Editors: Alessandra Milani, Brandon Porter
VFX House / Online Artist: Steve Medin / Volt
Telecine: Sean Coleman / Company 3
Audio Mix: Carl White / BWN Music
Sound Design: Carl White / BWN Music

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The Corner Comedy Club is launching the “It’s Not Medicine. It’s Comedy.” campaign to promote The No Refunds Comedy Festival happening in Toronto July 20th – 30th.

Developed by creative agency Cossette, the integrated campaign promotes the underground and independent comedy festival with an edgier style of humour than what’s typically shown at large scale comedy events. The No Refunds Comedy Festival doesn’t offer family-friendly acts like Just For Laughs and so they turned the old expression "laughter is the best medicine" on its head with "It's Not Medicine. It's Comedy."

An online video, directed by Tim Godsall, opens in a hectic emergency room where a nurse and doctor urgently run through a series of jokes in order to save a critically injured patient, since laughter is the only form of medicine. From observational and standup to topical and one-liners, they desperately try every style of humour to keep the patient from flatlining.

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