The newly released commercials for the Brooklyn Film Festival are celebratory of a wild and eerie creativity that makes the event so unique.
In a series of three envelope-pushing ads, the agencies behind this campaign were given free reign of creativity and were allowed to make commercials with both a hilarious, and cringe-worthy tone. The first ad features a man walking down the stairs dressed in full BSDM garb. He trips and cries out in pain. The absurdity of the situation is oddly hilarious. The result is something that strongly appeals to an alternative sense of appeal and identity. It is true to the ethos of the Brooklyn Film Festival in a way that would be shocking to those who are unfamiliar with the nature of this event.
Envelope-Pushing Film Ads
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