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Herbie Hancock and Lang Lang and George Gershwin and Jonathan Del Gatto

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This was not done yesterday who cares it’s so good. Two geniuses, beautifully directed by Jonathan Del Gatto. O, he cut it too just sayin…. Sit back for 3 minutes and enjoy.

So you want to be a boxer

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Shiny, new passion project by the awesome Stuart Douglas. Go Stuart, Go ORIGINAL

Just in time for the NY Marathon: The Treadmill From Hell

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Could not be more timely guess that’s the idea Haha. Nicely done congrats Richard DeLigter


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Best. Project. Ever.

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This just in: SHOOT recognizes “I Want To Say” in year end wrap-up.
“As 2012 draws to a close, it’s time for reflection on many fronts, including assessing what work was among the year’s most worthwhile creatively, and which in the process managed to strike a responsive chord with viewers.
While much of our rundown will focus on the best of our Top Spots and “The Best Work You May Never See” entries through the course of 2012, SHOOT editors felt compelled to first single out a piece of longer-form fare that emerged from the ad/marketing sector, most notably a project that played without much fanfare on the awards show circuit yet which arguably was among the year’s most profoundly positive work in terms of its impact on society.”

Amazing labor of love for BODEGA, Director Peter Sorcher, EP Clint Goldman and Goodby for their client HP and the Hacking Autism initiative.

Here’s the coverage in Creativity

Short-listed for Cannes Titanium.

Now in festivals…1st place winner in the Overcoming Obstacles category for the 2012 MY HERO International Film Festival. Hoo-Rah!

Crestor "LeRoy"

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Digitas Health Chief Creative Officer Alex von Plato brought Accordion back for the second in a series of real patient profiles. Unscripted stories, small crew, nice folks in Tupelo MS. Plus getting to shoot in Tupelo Hardware, where Elvis’s mother bought him his first guitar, and where you can still get great deals on rotary saws and a starter axe.

Publix "Grown Up Sandwich"

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First spot in a new campaign out of Tampa office of 22squared. Agency creatives Dennis Wolfe and David Yeend tapped Accordion to deliver both natural performances and tasty-looking food—a rare combo talent.