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Chloe makes a splash

Chloe Coetsee has again teamed up with Ogilvy Cape Town for an offbeat and humorous spot for Careers 24.
This follows her highly successful Halls commercial 'Klein Kimmie', which was listed by Tech Central as South Africa's most viewed TV commercial on YouTube in 2013 - reaching over 400,000 views.

Click here to watch the video[4MB]


Client/Product: Careers 24

Title: Dolphin
Length: 1 x 30" TVC
First Air Date: 3rd January 2013
Country of Origin: SA
Country of Broadcast: SA

Agency info

Agency & City: Ogilvy Cape Town
Executive Creative Director: Chris Gotz
Creative Director: Tania Barker
Agency Producer: Cathy Day
Copywriter: Alison Hingle

Production info

Executive Producers: Lorraine Smit and Melina McDonald
Production Company & City: Bouffant
Director: Chloe Coetsee
Producer: Bryony Webster
Director of Photography: Dave Pienaar
Production Art Director: Gerhard van Zyl

Post production info

Editor & Company: Marcelle Mouton - Deep End
Music Company/Composer/Sound: TheWorkRoom
Post Production Online: Upstairs Post
Post Production Offline: Deep End

Julie Maunder
You can watch the ad here: http://bit.ly/1egwAVe
Posted on 21 Jan 2014 11:20
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