Chilling Tale Of A Runaway Teen Promotes Hotline For Missing Kids

O&M Dublin Spot Films Events From Girl's Perspective

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Ogilvy & Mather Dublin created this chilling short film for the Irish launch of the Europe-wide Missing Children's Hotline, which is hosted by the ISPCC. Filmed with shaky camerawork as if through the eyes of a runaway teenager, it's an all-too-believable story of a girl alone on the streets and what happens when she puts her trust in a friendly-seeming stranger. Almost all the camerawork is from the teenager's point of view, and it's only at the end of the film that we see her running terrified through the streets. The spot was directed by Richie Smyth and produced through Assembly/Blinder.
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Date
Dec 04, 2013
Agency:
Ogilvy & Mather - Dublin
Client:
ISPCC
Director:
Richie Smyth
Producer:
Rebecca Bourke
Production Company:
Assembly
Production Company:
Blinder
Copywriter:
Des Kavanagh
Art Director:
Laurence O'Byrne
Agency Producer:
Paul Ellis
Creative Director:
Mike Mesbur
Editor:
Ivan Andrijanic
Sound:
Gareth Averill
Post Production Producer:
Derek Doyle
Online:
Shayne Murphy
Grade:
Matt Branton
Post Production Company:
Windmill Lane
Titles:
Sarah Fox
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