Comedy Central: Hawks

Hawks--now dirtier than NYC pigeons.

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Noble hawks go on an extreme bender in this hilarious film promoting Comedy Central Latin America, out of Wieden + Kennedy Sao Paulo and directed by Bryan Buckley. The film documents the migration of the white-tailed Canadian birds and their subsequent dissipation once they become exposed to the Latin American climate and culture. Procrastination increases, as do libidinal urges and the munchies, turning the once majestic bird into a species no better than the average NYC pigeon.

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Jan 08, 2013
Wieden + Kennedy - Sao Paulo
Comedy Central
Executive Creative Director:
Guillermo Vega
Executive Creative Director:
Icaro Doria
Hernan Rebalderia
Art Director:
Santiago Dulce
Agency Producer:
Endy Hedman
Creative Vice President:
Sean Saylor
Client Creative Director:
Hernan Damilano
Production Company:
Hungry Man
Bryan Buckley
Executive Producer:
Mino Jarjoura
Director of Photgraphy:
Scott Henriksen
Line Producer/Circle:
Carlos Llergo
Production Supervisor:
Matt Lefebvre
Visual Effects/Finishing:
The Mill
Executive Producer:
Sue Troyan
Enca Kaul
VFX Coordinator:
Kiana Bicoy
VFX Supervisor:
Phil Crowe
2D Artist:
Jake Maymudes
2D Artist:
Robin McGloin
2D Artist:
Dan Lang
2D Artist:
2D Artist:
Becky Porter
CG Lead:
John Leonti
CG Lead:
Steve Beck
CG Artist:
Jason Jansky
CG Artist:
Bridget Warrington
Matte Painter:
Andy Wheater
Gregory Reese
Editorial Company:
Rock Paper Scissors
Carlos Arias
Helena Lee
Executive Producer:
Eve Kornblum
VO Record & Mix:
Heard City
VO Talent:
Alexander Heil
Final Mix/Sound Design:
Mixer/Sound Designer:
Charlie Keating

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