Kia: 1997 Football

Blake Griffin schools his younger self.

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NBA All Star/L.A. Clippers player Blake Griffin travels back in time to impart some wisdom to his younger self in David & Goliath's new spots for the 2013 Kia Optima, directed by PrettyBird's Paul Hunter. In this spot, he steers Griffin junior toward what he believes to be the right sport, and in another, he encourages little Griffin to brush up on his skills at the free throw line. The spots hilarious play off some old tunes from the mid-'90s to highlight the car's UVO entertainment system.
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Date
Oct 29, 2012
Agency:
David&Goliath
Chief Creative Officer:
David Angelo
Client:
Kia
Executive Creative Director:
Colin Jeffery
Director:
Paul Hunter
Production Company:
Prettybird
ACD/Copywriter:
Jason Rappaport
ACD/Art Director:
Kristian Grove Moller
Executive Broadcast Producer/Managing Director:
Carol Lombard
Senior Producer:
Nicolette Spencer
Director of Photography:
Don Davis
Head of Production:
Leslie Evers
Executive Producer:
Ali Brown
Producer/Line Producer:
William Green
Editing House:
Spinach
Managing Director/Editor:
Adam Bright
Editor:
Ben McCambridge
Assistant Producer:
Jonathan Carpio
Assistant Editor:
Art Castle
SPX:
Alterian Inc.
Supervisor:
Tony Gardner
Telecine:
CO3
Colorist:
Stefan Sonnenfeld
Postproduction:
Method Studios
VP Production/Senior Executive Producer:
Stephanie Gilgar
VFX Supervisor:
Ben Walsh
VFX Producer:
Pip Malone
CG Supervisor:
Ben Walsh
Compositing Supervisor/Lead Flame:
Dominik Bauch
Sound Design:
740 Sound Design
Sound Designer:
Eddie Kim
Audio Mix:
Play
Mixer:
John Bolen

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