DCSF 'spin the bottle' by Wieden & Kennedy London

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The new campaign for the department for children, schools and families aims to remind parents and children about the danger of alcohol.

A take on the popular teenage party game 'spin the bottle', the spot depicts the circumstances of drinking at a young age.

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Released: 08 February 2010

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Credits

Campaign title
Spin The Bottle

Creatives
Paul Jordan and Angus Macadam

Producer
Ben Catford

Production Company
Outsider

Director
dom&nic

Producer
John Madsen

Post production facility
Framestore

Online Producer
Kirsty Cleminson

Editor
Struan Clay

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