$65 Will Buy a Child That Can Work Up to 18 Hours a Day

World Vision Canada parodies home-shopping programs

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KBS+ does a good job with this expected, but no less effective TV spot for child sponsorship non-profit World Vision, which mimics a home-shopping program with a heartbreaking product twist. Because while no child should ever be put up for sale, it's a sad reality that 1.2 million children are sold into slavery every year. 

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Credits
Date
Jun 12, 2013
Agency:
KBS+P - Canada
Associate Creative Director:
Mark Lewis
Client:
World Vision
Associate Creative Director:
Nicole Ellerton
Agency Producer:
Alina Prussky
Production Company:
OPC FS/Knucklehead
Director:
Ben Gregor
Executive Producer:
Donovan Boden
Executive Producer:
Harland Weiss
Line Producer:
Dwight Phipps
Director of Photgraphy:
Doug Kogh
Digital Production Company:
Real Interactive
Editorial:
School Editing
Editor:
Brian Wells
Transfer:
Technicolor
Colorist:
Randy Perry
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