A Single Walmart Receipt Leads to Three Minute Long Films from Hollywood Elite

During the 89th Academy Awards, Walmart premiered three films made by Hollywood directors Antoine Fuqua, Marc Forster (Tool of North America) and filmmaking partners Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg.

Walmart and creative agency Saatchi & Saatchi New York challenged these directors to each make a one-minute film based on the six items of a single Walmart receipt (bananas, paper towels, batteries, scooter, wrapping paper and video baby monitor).

In its first-ever sponsorship of the awards, Walmart wanted to celebrate creativity and storytelling, and encouraged the directors to bring their different styles and individual voices to their stories. In short, Walmart wanted to create a campaign suitable for the Oscar stage.

Source: Campaign Brief Asia

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