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Movie Preview: Art and Copy

While I have a few friends who work in advertising, I love getting a closer (though obviously dramatized) peek into the old days of the industry every week when I watch Mad Men. We're inundated by advertisements every day, and it's fascinating to see what goes on behind the scenes before an ad makes its way to our TVs, billboards, and favorite websites. To those uninvolved in the industry, it's an intriguing profession.

So I'm very curious to check out Art & Copy, a documentary that aims to reveal "the work and wisdom of some of the most influential advertising creatives of our time — people who've profoundly impacted our culture, yet are virtually unknown outside their industry." It's an oft-maligned industry but still one that requires — and has featured — some outstandingly creative minds.

Art & Copy is currently having a limited run in theaters. To check out the trailer,


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kurniakasih kurniakasih 6 years
This movie sounds awesome..said the ex-copywriter...:D
ForeverTaylor ForeverTaylor 6 years
Thats going to be great, my goal in the future is to be a marketing and advertising consultant. I'm actually family friends with Scott Bedburry who was the mind behind the Just do it Nike campaign amongst other things.
Kimpossible Kimpossible 6 years
I would love to see this movie!!
Linda-McP Linda-McP 6 years
Really looking forward to seeing this. Thanks, Buzz!
kimretta kimretta 6 years
I saw this movie at a film festival in San Francisco earlier this year, and it's absolutely worth checking out if it comes near you. It puts some of the "Mad Men era" into context, and it's fascinating to hear the stories behind some of the most famous ad campaigns of the modern age. It makes me sound pathetic, but I totally cried at the section with some of Nike's great "girl power" moments (like "If you let me play." Aw man, now I might cry again).
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