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In our most ambitious year yet, we have maintained our tradition of making a short film and, for the first time ever, taking it onto TV with a variety of cut-downs, with some great media planning from our new media agency, Havas Group Media. The ads will be supported by content across Instagram, Facebook and YouTube. It was never our intention to cause any offence to the adoption community, or anybody. The cleverest ads bury messages about the product’s benefits in an engaging story and this is a textbook example of this technique. It’s been a strong week for UK commercials and this is one of five excellent pieces of British advertising in this week’s compilation. Campaign published a story about the ad yesterday and received several social media comments that criticised Giffgaff for being insensitive. The spot depicts the girl being rescued from the monsters by humans, before she becomes alienated by her new, “too perfect” surroundings.

If you enjoyed the zombie-like behaviour of the drooling pizza addicts in the previous ad then you’re bound to like this commercial for giffgaff which occupied an entire commercial break when it was broadcast last week. As a company that has a community at its heart, we believe in listening to people, so have taken the decision to stop running this ad. Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. It’s been a strong week for UK commercials and this is one of five excellent pieces of British advertising in this week’s compilation. Zombie movies are all the rage at the moment and even an innocent pizza commercial from Australia is capable of borrowing from the genre’s visual vernacular. Have you registered with us yet? Campaign published a story about the ad yesterday and received several social media comments that criticised Giffgaff for being insensitive.

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The short story of an giffgaff girl launches online today and will be followed by TV edits. The full four-minute film launched online yesterday but was removed this morning. A few years ago, a UK ad for Ikea used an old Jona Lewie track to remind us how often parties end up drifting towards the kitchen, but it wtach nothing on this Swedish ad which suggests that the whole of life can waych found amidst the white goods in a variety of very different households What it’s like to work on John Lewis’s biggest ad of the year Promoted.

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Giffgaff has apologised and pulled its Halloween campaign following complaints that its ad about an orphan giffgafd was offensive and traumatising for vulnerable people.

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Stay signed in for 30 days. As a company that has a community at its heart, we believe in listening to people, so have taken the decision to stop running this ad. We made a mistake with our new Halloween campaign. Romans, convicts and fast cars surprise the public in giffgaff ‘freedom’ stunt.

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Have you registered with us yet? However, she is alienated by her “too perfect” surroundings and escapes back to her original monster guardians. Show 25 25 50 All. Havas Media’s first work for mobile operator Giffgaff is a Halloween spot that features an orphan brought up by a family of monsters.

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Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. Become a Campaign Member. Campaign published a story about the ad yesterday and received several social media comments that criticised Giffgaff for being insensitive. This beautifully filmed commercial manages to imply that taking the train has inherited the glamour we used to associate with air travel.

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