Sex & the city 2 review


A couple of days ago, i had the chance to be invited by Taillefine to the avant première of Sex and the city 2 in a very Chic place of Paris, where they were also presenting a new flavour for their diet soda Taillefine Fiz (Pineapple, Mango) which is comming out this summer in France.

I really liked the tv serie, so i went there with a good friend of mine and we had a good time (and a lot of champagne!).

The film happens 2 years after the end of the first film… Continue reading “Sex & the city 2 review”

Write the future – Nike

The soccer world cup hasn’t started yet and brands are starting to roll out their new advertising campaigns for the world cup.
Today we have Nike with their new campaign called “Write the future”.
The campaign shows several famous payers from many different countries and focus on how things would turn out if each of them and their country win the world cup, or loose. Some of the players they show are: Cristiano Ronaldo, Didier Drogba, Wayne Rooney, Fabio Cannavaro, Franck Ribery, Andres Iniesta, Cesc Fabregas, Theo Walcott, Patrice Evra, Gerard Pique, Ronaldinho, Landon Donovan, Tim Howard and Thiago Silva.

I guess what i like the most in this ad, is the way all the different stories are told and the way it’s been shooted, you really get a lot of action, each thing last so little time and yet you can see so many different things in there it’s wow! i wonder if this will this be the viral of the year? i don’t know, but it already has more than 3.9 millions views in just a few days! Crazy! :) Continue reading “Write the future – Nike”

Philips Cinema – Parallel Lines

Remember last year Philips film that won the gold lion prize at Cannes festival? It was Carousel.

This year Philips made a new challenge called “Parallel Lines” to advertise their new TV with ambilight.
They asked 5 different directors to make 5 different films, with the same script.
The films are really different each of them but i can tell you it’s hard to decide which one i like more… Continue reading “Philips Cinema – Parallel Lines”