Experience Motherhood From Several Viewpoints in Coke's Interactive Film

Viewers Can Toggle Between Characters' Views and Then Call Their Mom

Published On
May 06, 2015

Editor's Pick

Coca-Cola created this touching interactive film aimed at the Hispanic-American community for Mother's Day. Created by agency David and available both in Spanish and English, it explores the bond between mother and child, taking us from a mother cradling her baby girl, through her daughter's tumultuous teenage years and onto the birth and boyhood of her grandson. But what makes it extra special is viewers can toggle between the perspectives of mother, daughter and grandson, allowing them to see through the eyes of each character (with bottles of Coke liberally inserted into the storyline).

The film is hosted on a microsite, and once they've watched the video, viewers in the U.S. and Puerto Rico are invited to place a free three-minute call to their mom anywhere in the world, compliments of Coke.


May 06, 2015
Brand :
Client :
Agency :
Executive Creative Director/Production :
Anselmo Ramos
Associate Creative Director :
Tony Kalathara
Associate Creative Director :
Russell Dodson
Art Director :
Ricardo Casal
Copywriter :
Juan Pena
Global Head of Production :
Veronica Beach
Senior Producer :
Yamaris Leon
Project Manager :
Geraldine Haneine
Managing Director :
Paulo Fogaca
Account Supervisor :
Juan Nunez
Business Affairs Manager :
Libby Fine
Interactive Video Technology :
Production Company :
Director :
Hal Kirkland
Director, Photography :
Andrew Wheeler
Executive Producer :
Ali Brown
Executive Producer :
Derek Richmond
Producer :
Hilary Calhoun
Production Manager :
Angela Payne
Casting Agent :
Dan Cowan
Editorial Company :
Post Producer :
Karl Reid
Editor :
Joe Carugati
Assistant Editor :
Raul Sanchez
Music Company :
Composer :
Panu Aalito
Executive Producer :
Genevieve Vincent

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