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Last Updated: February 6, 2012 7:32 pm GMT
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(February 6, 2012) Skechers (Mr. Quiggly)
Agency: Siltanen and Partners
Producer: Anne Kurtzman
CD: Rex Fish & Joe Hemp
AD: Chris Caparro
Writer: Rex Fish
Editorial Company: Cut + Run
Editor: Jay Nelson
Production Co: HSI Productions
Director: Ryan Ebner

Hyundai (Cheetah & Think Fast)
Agency: Innocean
Producer: Jen Weinberg
CD: Robert Prins, Max Godsil, & Eric Spinger
Editorial Company: Cut + Run
Editor: Steve Gandolfi
Production Company: Rattling Stick
Director: Daniel Kleinman

Samsung (Thing Called Love)
Agency: 72andSunny
CEO/ECD: John Boiler
Creative Director/Writer: Tim Wolfe
CD/Designer: Bryan Rowles
Designer: Jake Kahana
Director of Film Prod: Sam Baerwald
Film Producer: Becca Purice

Production Company: Rabbit Content
Director: Bobby Farrelly
EPs: Joby Barnhart & Douglas Howell
DP: Matt Leonetti

Editorial Company: Cut + Run
Editors: Steve Gandolfi & Frank Effron
Producer: Christie Price
EP/Managing Director: Michelle Burke

Colorist: Stefan Sonnenfelt @ CO3

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