July 13, 2014
Footballers diving and feigning injury has been done before:
but not as well as this, from Fourgrounds Films of Canada, via NPR:
If we all reacted to contact in our everyday situations like football players by a film and video production company in Niagara, Canada. http://www.fourgrounds.com
May 20, 2014
I love the World Cup. The best players in the world, the roar of the Three Lions, the heartache of England losing on penalties. The ads which can cross over into popular culture.
Nike shows a journey from footy in the park to the pinnacle of the world. One of the best things about world cup ads is that the boot manufacturers get to show off all their best sponsored athletes and we get to see them doing amazing skills.
Whereas adidas focuses on just one player, but what a player he is:
An inspiring, tear-jerking, emotionally charged piece of film brought to you by Powerade:
Samsung pays homage to one of the great series of Nike ads, “The Mission“:
ESPN makes Brazil look pretty tempting about now:
Whereas back in the UK, ITV plays on the emotions we footy fans face (well, all sports fans):