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Documentary About Advertising Heads Off To Sundance

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Sundance is kicking off next week and it’s not without at least one entry focusing on the advertising world.

Directed by Doug Pray and paid for by the OneClub, Art & Copy is a new documentary that tells the stories behind the personal odysseys of some of the most well-known advertising executives of our times and their campaigns. Included is the pictured above, Lee Clow (Apple Computer 1984,); Dan Wieden (“Just Do It”); Phyllis K. Robinson (who invented the “me generation” with Clairol); Hal Riney (who helped President Reagan get re-elected); and George Lois (who saved MTV and launched Tommy Hilfiger overnight).

Way to go One Club. Way to figure out how to sell the industry to the laymen out there. However, big fail on not making the trailer embed ready for websites. If you want to see the trailer for the film, head over here.

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