Keep Footy Beautiful 'art class' by BETC London

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BETC London has created a campaign to rid football of the rot that is bad language and disgraceful behaviour for the group Keep Footy Beautiful.

The ad, created for and by a group of fathers working in advertising, shows seven year old children in an art class reacting to their teacher in the way premiership footballers would if they didn’t agree with the decision. The film prompts people to pledge by clicking like on the Keep Footy Beautiful Facebook page.

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Released: 01 June 2011

Credits

Client
Keep Footy Beautiful

Matthew Charlton, CEO, BETC London

Director
Johnny Maginn

Production Co
Mustard Films

Producer
John Doris

Editor
Simon WiIlcox

Post Production
Golden Square

Sound Design
Pure Soho

DoP
Darren Tiernan

Medium
Online

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