COI/DCSF 'live life in another language' by Farm

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Farm has produced a series of ads for the government, aimed at increasing the number of teenagers studying foreign languages at GCSE level.

Farm releases ads to promote language take-up

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Released: 13 August 2008

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Credits

Project
Live life in another language
Client
Nikki Waid, Deputy Head of Marketing DCSF
Brief
To encourage 11 14 year olds to consider taking a Modern Foreign Language as part of their GCSE choices
Creative agency
Farm
Copywriter
Simon Cenamor
Art director
Raymond Chan
Director
Daniel Cohen, Max Oginni, Ewen Stenhouse, Ann Xiao, and Daniel Lamb
Production Company
Th1ng
Producers
Alan Traquair/Nicole Sloane, COI & Mark Farringdon, Th1ng
Editors
Danny Atkinson, Richard Williams, Daniel Lumb
Lighting / Cameramen
Daniel Lumb, Mark Emberton, Simon Paul
Facility Company
th1ng

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