Rockstar Energy: Fuel What's Next

Client:
Rockstar
  • Rockstar Energy: Fuel What's Next

    Angus Cloud is a rising star, from serving brunch tables to delivering epic monologues on Euphoria. In the pages of Variety, he wrapped up his August 10th feature story with an intriguing quote: “...see what happens next.”

    It seems like everyone wants to know what’s next for Angus Cloud. So Goodby Silverstein & Partners created a campaign that explores what’s next for him, fueled by Rockstar Energy.

    Released: November 2022

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Rockstar

Taste of Soccer

Client:
Frito-Lay
  • Taste of Soccer

    After 36 long years, Canada has qualified for the FIFA World Cup and we’re getting behind them. Starring John Boyega, this spot gives soccer fans and future soccer fans a taste of the beautiful game. From soccer history to soccer skills, to support for every home team, this commercial gets all of Canada ready for the world stage.

    Released: December 2022

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Frito-Lay

Big Red Bow

Client:
BMW
  • Big Red Bow

    The annual BMW Road Home Sales Event has blown away auto tropes with a series of unlucky events that turns what could have been an expected holiday homecoming story, into something magically memorable.

    Released: November 2022

    Tags:
    San Francisco, BMW

Embrace Your Curiosity

Client:
Montclair Film Festival
  • Embrace Your Curiosity

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    This year, the Montclair Film Festival confronted movie piracy head on with a “Pirate Pass.” 

    The non-profit created a fake streaming website promising free access to their film line-up. Seeding the faux streaming site across the web, the activation was designed to lure in curious movie pirates and offer them free tickets instead—revealing them for what they truly are: movie fans. 

    The curiosity-driven campaign was accompanied by a trio of comedic TV and radio spots. Each ad followed the ill-fated results of attempting to satisfy your curiosities out in the world, rather than safely at the Festival.

    Released: October 2022

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    Embrace Your Curiosity

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    This year, the Montclair Film Festival confronted movie piracy head on with a “Pirate Pass.” 

    The non-profit created a fake streaming website promising free access to their film line-up. Seeding the faux streaming site across the web, the activation was designed to lure in curious movie pirates and offer them free tickets instead—revealing them for what they truly are: movie fans. 

    The curiosity-driven campaign was accompanied by a trio of comedic TV and radio spots. Each ad followed the ill-fated results of attempting to satisfy your curiosities out in the world, rather than safely at the Festival.

    Released: October 2022

  • Embrace Your Curiosity

    Embrace Your Curiosity

    3 of 4
    Prev Next

    This year, the Montclair Film Festival confronted movie piracy head on with a “Pirate Pass.” 

    The non-profit created a fake streaming website promising free access to their film line-up. Seeding the faux streaming site across the web, the activation was designed to lure in curious movie pirates and offer them free tickets instead—revealing them for what they truly are: movie fans. 

    The curiosity-driven campaign was accompanied by a trio of comedic TV and radio spots. Each ad followed the ill-fated results of attempting to satisfy your curiosities out in the world, rather than safely at the Festival.

    Released: October 2022

  • Embrace Your Curiosity

    Embrace Your Curiosity

    4 of 4
    Prev Next

    This year, the Montclair Film Festival confronted movie piracy head on with a “Pirate Pass.” 

    The non-profit created a fake streaming website promising free access to their film line-up. Seeding the faux streaming site across the web, the activation was designed to lure in curious movie pirates and offer them free tickets instead—revealing them for what they truly are: movie fans. 

    The curiosity-driven campaign was accompanied by a trio of comedic TV and radio spots. Each ad followed the ill-fated results of attempting to satisfy your curiosities out in the world, rather than safely at the Festival.

    Released: October 2022