McCafe Recreates Classic Movie Scenes With Coffee Beans for Toronto Film Festival

Tributes to 'Mean Girls,' 'Casablanca' and More

Published On
Sep 08, 2016

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Film fans will surely appreciate this campaign by McDonald's McCafe for its sponsorship of this year's Toronto Film Festival. The brand has recreated some classic movie scenes -- only, as animations using coffee beans.

The films, by Cossette, include a rehash of Mean Girls entitled "Bean Girls," where a teabag gets picked on, an "American Beauty" tribute renamed "Americano Beauty," a traumatised coffee bean named Clarice in the "Silence of the Lattes," and "Cafeblanca," a homage to "Casblanca" in which the Ingrid Bergman bean meets a rather gruesome end.

The videos will run on McDonald's Canada YouTube and Facebook, for the duration of the festival, until September 18th.

Credits

Date
Sep 08, 2016
Brand:
McCafe
Client:
McCafe
Agency:
Cossette
Creative Director/Chief Creative Offier:
Carlos Moreno
Creative Director/Chief Creative Offier:
Peter Ignazi
Art Director:
Natalie Mathers
Copywriter:
Simon Rogers
Strategist:
Nicole Bakker
Strategist:
Geoff Wilton
Agency Producer:
Sharon Yokoyama
Agency Producer:
Scott Ramsden
Agency Producer:
Mina Jang
Account Team:
Leigh DuTemple
Account Team:
Nicole Bakker
Account Team:
Geoff Wilton
Production House:
SODA
Director:
Nick Hall-Wood
Director, Photography:
Dustin Rivers
Producer:
Sharon Yokoyama
Line Producer:
Scott Ramsden
Editor:
Jason Grebski
Editor:
Nicole Lawr
Editorial House:
SODA
Costume/Wardrobe Design:
Allison Easson
Set Designer:
Veronica Classen
Set Designer:
Martin MacPherson
Puppet Design and Fabrication:
Andrew Heffron

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