Wednesday, July 17, 2013

{Ford Summer Spectacular} #FordEspanol

{Momma Disclosure: This is not a compensated post. Informational post only.}

There is no doubt that Summer is known for it's "Blockbuster" films and the Ford Motor Company has created a series which portrays these epic Summer films but with a twist. The star line-up is none other than the motor companies very own, vehicles.  The creativity of this series definitely caught my attention. When I first saw one of the commercials on T.V., it honestly kept me glued to the screen waiting to see what movie it was. When I realized it was a Ford commercial I thought, how clever

The Ford Summer Spectacular was previewed at the Miami Beach Cinemateque. The premiere attendees; composed of Ford representatives and other members of the media were given the red-carpet treatment and were even interviewed by top celebrity and lifestyle Bloggers. They enjoyed a private screening and a unique behind the scenes glimpse of the filming of Ford's newest advertising campaign. Their  "blockbuster movie-like commercials" where filmed in Los Angeles and it's surrounding areas. 

The short films where directed by Kyle Cooper, who is a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science. Cooper was also recognized as one of the top 50 "Biggest and Best thinkers" from the last 20 years of advertising and consumer culture by Creativity Magazine. 

Not only is the Summer Spectacular directed by well known talent the films also showcase a Hispanic International actor and host, Cristián de la Fuente. Cristian has been chosen as one of People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful,” TV Guide’s sexiest man and twice named Cosmo’s Man of the Year. The former Dancing with the Stars performer appears in two of the Spanish language campaigns commercials.

The unique campaign runs from now through September 3rd. My favorite has been the recreation of Twilight, especially in Spanish. Which clip is your favorite?

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I love a good video that gets me distracted! lol. Thank you for this. :)