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Canadian Filmmakers Festival: Hollywood By Way of Canada

"Canada is a big country north of Hollywood, with a teeny, tiny film industry," says GJP/Toronto AD/writer Arron Isaac, possibly with a touch of bitterness. "Regularly overshadowed by the big-budget monstrosities of the USA, Canadian f

Published on Apr 03, 2006

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"Canada is a big country north of Hollywood, with a teeny, tiny film industry," says GJP/Toronto AD/writer Arron Isaac, possibly with a touch of bitterness. "Regularly overshadowed by the big-budget monstrosities of the USA, Canadian film has a stigma about being subpar and, ironically, is often relegated to the foreign film category in our own rental stores. The Canadian Filmmakers Festival aims to dispel the misperception, and this year we helped them do it with a pair of posters that infuse classic Hollywood movie imagery with an essence of Canadiana." Ruby mukluks (see the PDF) are a dubious prospect, but geese might even have improved The Birds

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Date
Apr 03, 2006
Client:
Canadian Filmmakers Festival
Creative Director:
John Farquhar
Associate Creative Director:
Gerald Flach
Art Director/Copywriter:
Arron Isaac
Copywriter/Art Director:
Lino DiNallo
Photographer:
Tom Feiler
Retoucher:
Michael Fellini
Agency:
Gee Jeffery & Partners

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