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Tribeca Film Festival: Even the City That's Seen it All Hasn't Seen This

The whopping fifth edition of the Tribeca Film Festival, boasting some 174 features and 100 short films this year, runs through May 7, backed by a campaign that includes print, posters and collateral from O&M/N.Y. and its Brand Integration Group.

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The whopping fifth edition of the Tribeca Film Festival, boasting some 174 features and 100 short films this year, runs through May 7, backed by a campaign that includes print, posters and collateral from O&M/N.Y. and its Brand Integration Group. This year's theme is intended to cut through the clutter of the New York cultural scene
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Date
Apr 24, 2006
Group Creative Director:
Chris Mitton
Creative Director (BIG):
Chuck Rudy
Executive Creative Director (BIG):
Brian Collins
Designer:
Apirat Infahsaeng
Designer:
Christian Cervantes
Typographer:
Kim Le Liboux
Photographer:
Brad Nelson
Art Director:
Craig Mannion
Copywriter:
John Koffler
Group Creative Director:
Terry Finley
Chief Creative Officer:
David Apicella
Client:
Tribeca Film Festival
Design:
Ogilvy & Mather
Agency:
Ogilvy & Mather New York
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