Theater Commercials

We know about product placement. But now we’ve got short films made for that very purpose. The products are never mentioned during the ‘advert’ – they’re listed in the credits and available for sale online. All at Amazon Theater – waiting for us all at

“The Portrait”, directed by Jordan Scott, features Amanda Detmer and Minnie Driver, exploring inner beauty or the lack of it. Click on the image below to play the video.

“Agent Orange”, directed by Tony Scott, provides a high energy romance based in an underground railway station, featuring Jesssica Stam. Click on the image below to play the Agent Orange video.

Do Geese See God? shot by director David Slade, explores the concept of what comes around goes around–and around–for the frantic “Dr. Awkward” (Blair Underwood), a man who needs to take the time to stop and smell the roses. Click on the image below to play the video.

It’s the busy season and the toothfairy forgot to pickup a tooth. A little girls father promises that the toothfairy will make it up that night. The little tyke sends the “toothfairy” on a scavenger hunt. Directed by Jake Scott. Click on the image below to play the video.

Careful What You Wish For, directed by ACNE.
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The ads are available to watch in streamed format, but can also be downloaded as 18 or 35 MB files for Windows Media (WMV), RealPlayer (rmvb) or Quicktime (mov). The actual size of the larger Portrait movie is more like 63 MB. But… with broadband who’s going to complain about the size when the quality is so good!


The films are produced by Fallon, by executive creative director David Lubars, creative directors/copywriters/art directors Greg Hahn, Mike Smith, David Carter, Chris Toland, executive producer Brian LiLorenzo, producer Brigitte Whisnant, creative director/interactive player Chris Wiggins, account supervisor Sarah Tollefson. Fallon are known for the BMW Movies online campaign.

Filming was produced at RSA (Ridley Scott Associates) by executive producer Jules Daly and producer Fran McGivern.