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Irresistable Cuteness Touches the Holiday Heart

 

Part 4 in a Special 5-Part Series: Mini-movies pack a memorable Christmas punch.

Is cuteness irresistible? It would seem that most of us are not unsusceptible to the spinning of a yarn chock full of adorable. I suppose even if it is not your normal cup of tea, is there any better time to let your defenses down than the season of giving?

Heathrow Bears

(Heathrow Airport Christmas Ad 2017)
#heathrowbears

Read More about these endearing bears in Fortune Magazine’s article.

Heathrow Airport in a major international airport located in the UK. This London transportation hub is the second busiest airport in the world. Heathrow originated as a small airfield in 1929.

Coming Home for Christmas

(Heathrow Airport’s Christmas Ad 2016)
#heathrowbears

Interested in all the thought and creativity that went into creating the Heathrow bears commercial in the UK? Check out the “Making of” video: https://youtu.be/64GLFhAupgY

Heathrow Airport in a major international airport located in the UK. This London transportation hub is the second busiest airport in the world. Heathrow originated as a small airfield in 1929.

Lily & The Snowman (2015)

(Cineplex Theatre’s Christmas Ad 2015)
An oldie but goodie.

Zulu Alpha Kilo & Hornet’s short for Cineplex was a finalist for a Shorty Award. (http://shortyawards.com/8th/lily-the-snowman)

This Christmas ad from 2015 was produced by Cineplex Entertainment. Cineplex is a Canadian entertainment company that operates over 164 theatres across Canada. Cineplex traces its roots back to 1920 in Canada.

Source: https://cineplex.com/Corporate/Information

Get More Out

(Very’s Christmas Ad 2017)

Very.co.uk is an online retailer headquartered in Liverpool, England. the brand launched in 2009 and has gone through a series of name changes. Many Americans will remember FW Woolworth’s, America’s first ‘five and dime” that opened in 1878, but saw it’s American decline in the 1980’s. Woolworth’s survived outside America in Mexico, Austria, Germany and the UK. In 2008 Woolworth’s in UK closed its doors due to financial decline. Shop Direct Group, the owner of Very.co.uk purchased the Woolworth’s trademark and internet address and continued to operate it as a unique online entity until 2015 when all related Woolworth’s business was officially dissolved.

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