KFC: Colonel vs. Colonel

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Media Type:

TV TV

Brand

brand

Agency

agency

Country:

USA

Industry:

Food

Two white suits. Two string-tie things. Two proud Colonels. But there can be only one…at a time. And this is that time. Well, Sunday will be that time. So technically there are still two Colonels now, but on Sunday there can be only one Colonel. Meaning one Colonel won’t still be there, but one Colonel will still be there. Sunday. One Colonel only. But two Colonels now. Still. Not later. Sunday. New Georgia Gold Chicken. Eat it.

Credits

Advertising Agency:

Wieden + Kennedy Portland,USA

Creative Directors:

Eric Baldwin, Karl Lieberman

Art Director:

Helen Rhodes

Social Strategy:

John Dempsey

Strategic Planning:

Britton Taylor, Lizzie Hanner, Matt Hisamoto

Media, Communications Planning:

Alex Barwick

Account Team:

Jess Monsey, Jesse Johnson, Andrie Wheeler

Business Affairs:

Connery Obeng

Project Management:

Chenney Gruber

Executive Creative Directors:

Joe Staples, Mark Fitzloff

Head of Production:

Ben Grylewicz

Production Company:

Smith & Jones Films

Director:

Ulf Johansson

Executive Producer:

Philippa Smith

Line Producer:

Justine Madero

Director of Photography:

Andrejz Sekula

Editing Company:

Joint

Editor:

Steve Sprinkel

Post Producer:

Lauren Pullano

Post Executive Producer:

Leslie Carthy

Visual Effects Company:

358

Visual Effects Supervisor:

Phil Crowe

Flame Artist:

John Shirley

Visual Effects Producer:

Anastasia von Rahl

Sound Company:

Barking Owl

Sound Designer:

Michael Anastasi

Producer:

Kelly Bayett

Mix Company:

Lime Studios

Mixer:

Loren Silber

Producer:

Susie Boyajan

Date:

February, 2017

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