Video Ads: MOFILM finalist – Nokia, Making the impossible happen (And 5 other Nokia MOFILM FINALISTS!)

| April 23, 2010 | Reply

John Billing and Olof Gudmundson’s contribution to Mofilm Tribeca 2010 ad contest is an advert for none other than, Nokia.

What is MOFILM?

Mofilm helps aspiring film makers make ads for big brands.

These videos are displayed on mobile, online, social networks and traditional marketing channels

The video has a range of Nokia handsets, some classic, some current.

CHECK out the first Nokia that makes an appearance. That alone = WIN.

The subject is about Nokia making certain ‘impossible’ things happen.

I really like this video, especially that rather inspirational music (by Dreamix, Mattias Thunell) specially composed for the video.

[YOUTUBE=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SdAIAQPZa8]

The video above took 4th place for the Nokia category. I can’t find the other videos on youtube but they are available directly from mofilm:

5TH PLACE: CONNECTED PEOPLE “PARTY”

5th PLACE: EVOLUTION

4TH PLACE: NOKIA”MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE HAPPEN”

3RD PLACE. ONE MINUTE FILM SCHOOL

2ND PLACE: HANDS

This one’s really clever. Remember the Sixth Sense project where hands are used instead of physical phones? (e.g. make a frame box with your hand to snap a picture)


1ST PLACE: HOW TO MAKE A GOOD FIRST IMPRESSION – part one

This one I guess is a comedy. The punchline is that “it’s not the technology, it’s what you do with it[polldaddy poll=3097694]

Hopefully Nokia will churn out some pretty awesome, memorable viral ads this year. Hasn’t really been one for quite a while now.

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