DCSF 'young futures' by Wieden + Kennedy

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The Department for Children, Schools & Families is launching its first advertising campaign that aims to influence the attitudes and behaviour of children, young people and their parents about alcohol.

This is the first creative the agency has completed since its appointment through COI as lead creative agency in October

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Released: 15 January 2010

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Credits

Client
Alison Gilbert, Group Brand Manager at COI & Laurence Russ, Group Brand Manager at DCSF

Account Director
Emma Marsland

Production Company
Academy           

Director
Walter Stern

Producer
Lucy Gossage

Post production facility
The Mill

Lead Flame Artist
Gary Driver  

Online Producer
Luke Colson           

Edit Facility 
The Assembly Rooms

Editor
Sam Rice-Edwards

 

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