Park Pictures made spots that entertained and enthralled us in 2022, displaying impeccable craft across a wide range of spots through the year's marquee moments.
Park Pictures made work that enthralled and entertained in 2022
David Chase returned to “The Sopranos” in Chevrolet’s Super Bowl spot, “New Generation," sending a shiver down the spines of nostalgic viewers with a film that featured Jamie-Lynn Sigler (Meadow Soprano) driving an EV across New Jersey in a painstakingly crafted re-creation of the show’s iconic opening sequence.
Lance Acord gave us a touching glimpse into LeBron James’ relationship with his son in a commercial for Beats by Dre. He also wove together martial arts footage, unexpected camera angles, stop-action animation and a dynamic chase sequence for Apple—and took a couple back to their high school prom in an emotional Amazon Alexa spot.
Georgia Hudson brought art to life at London’s V&A Museum in a spot filmed over two days inside the museum after-hours in low light. And Jungle captured the diversity and passion of soccer’s global fan base in an immersive cinematic anthem for the FIFA 23 video game.
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