Sony 'make.believe' by 180 Los Angeles

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Sony is launching 'make.believe', a global brand initiative created by 180 Los Angeles, which seeks to merge the brand's entertainment and electronics divisions for the first time in the company's history.

The integrated campaign aims to demonstrate the partnership of creativity and innovation within the Sony brand. The ‘dot’ represents Sony, as the point where the two meet and work together to put the ideas into practice.

The tag line was first used by the brand in Juan Cabral's directorial debut for Sony entitled 'Soundville', by Fallon London, earlier this month.

The campaign breaks in the UK in November with a 60 and 90 second film running in cinema.

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Released: 30 October 2009

Credits

Project name
“make.believe brand film”

Client
Andrew House Chief Marketing Officer, Susan Jurevics VP Corporate Marketing, SONY Global

Copywriter
Lee Hemstock, Dario Nucci

Art director
Ben Walsh

Planner
Sebastian Gunnewig

Production company
Biscuit Filmworks

Director
Noam Murro

Editor
Avi Oron

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