Coca Cola Sleepwalker

Coca Cola has two spots in the 2010 Super Bowl advertising line up, one featuring Montgomery Burns of The Simpsons, the other, featuring a somnambulist. Sleepwalker shows us a man with a thirst who rises and goes on a sleepwalking safari across the African veldt. With his eyes closed he fearlessly relates to potentially dangerous wild animals, finally reaching the source, an outdoor fridge. All to the sounds of Maurice Ravel’s “Bolero”.

Coca Cola Sleepwalker


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Credits

Sleepwalker was developed at Wieden+Kennedy, Portland, by creative directors Hal Curtis, Sheena Brady, art director Patty Orlando, copywriter Dylan Lee, senior agency producer Matt Hunnicutt, and account supervisor Ryan Peterson.

Filming was shot by director Garth Davis via Anonymous Content with director of photography Ellen Kuras, producer Karen Sproul, executive producer Dave Morrison.

Editor was Kirk Baxter at Rock Paper Scissors.

Post production was done at Moving Picture Company by producer Andrew Bell, VFX supervisor Dan Sanders, 2D VFX team Dan Sanders (lead), Ryan Knowles, Brinton Jaecks, Benjamin Davidson, 3D VFX team Nick Losq (lead), Ian Wilson, Chris Clyne, Tom Connors, Fred Durand, and colorist Mark Gethin.

Sound was designed by Michael Anastasi at Barking Owl with executive producer Kelly Fuller.

Music was arranged at Stimmung by Robert Miller, with executive producer Ceinwyn Clark and producer Joey Reyes.

Sound was mixed at Lime Studios by Rohan Young with producer Jessica Locke.