Missing People 'please turn your phone on' by BBH

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Bartle Bogle Hegarty has created a campaign for Missing People, a charity that offers support when a person disappears.

A 90-second film, showing a missing boy attempting to make a phone call, was launched this week at a Downing Street reception hosted by the Home Secretary, Theresa May.

It was written by Matthew Tassell, art directed by Emma Castagno and directed by Ben Strebel through Somesuch & Co.

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Released: 24 May 2012

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Chief executive Missing People
Director of supporters and communications
Communication manager
BBH art director
BBH copywriter
BBH head of art
BBH creative director
BBH producer
BBH team director
BBH strategy director
BBH strategist
BBH print producer
Production company
Director
Producer
Post-production
Editor/editing house

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With work from Nike, VW, Hovis, Paddy Power, Missing People and Wispa.

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