Fallon London

Fallon London

London, United Kingdom

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Founded in: 1998

Creative Work: 2

Clients: 25


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TOOKS COURT, 40 CHANCERY LANE
London WC2A 1JA
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Phone: (+44) 020 7494 9120
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Gareth Collins

Gareth Collins

CEO

Founded in: 1998

Creative Work: 2

Clients: 25

Fallon London

TOOKS COURT, 40 CHANCERY LANE
London WC2A 1JA
United Kingdom
Phone: (+44) 020 7494 9120
Email:
Website:
Gareth Collins

Gareth Collins

CEO

Orange introduces the ‘Phone Break’ in the latest Gold Spot cinema advertising

Orange today released the latest in its series of celebrated cinema adverts, known as the Orange Gold Spots. In this instalment the Gold
Spot goes to Hollywood, the home of movies, with its state-side setting perfectly providing the backdrop for the ‘expect the unexpected’ element which film audiences across the UK love.
The latest advert, from ad agency Fallon, maintains Orange’s line to cinema-goers of ‘don’t let a mobile phone ruin your movie’, while continuing with the ‘spoof-trailer’ theme seen in the more recent series of Gold Spots, that launched in April 2010. With the same playful format which keeps the audience guessing about what will happen  text, the latest Gold Spot explores the idea of an Orange ‘Phone Break’ for the first time.
Introduced by ‘Movie News’ presenter Kristen Aldridge, the Gold Spot follows her exclusive report direct from a movie theatre where  audiences are among the first to experience the Orange ‘Phone Break’. Heightening the cinema going experience for film fans, the two minute Orange Phone Break happens every 15 minutes, putting the movie on pause while the audience takes time out to make that all important phone call – because as one movie goer says, “Sometimes you have to be on your phone.”
The tongue in cheek ad focuses on the hilarious over enthusiastic reactions made by our friends across the pond to the introduction of the Orange Phone Break in the movie, with Hollywood movie goers responses ranging from the practical “two hours is a long time not to
talk”, to the extreme “if someone calls you, and you don’t call them back, they could think you’re dead.” One movie goer even describes the experience as “pushing the movie going experience into the 20th century... it’s like the future.”
Spencer McHugh, Director of Brand for Orange UK said: “Keeping film fans entertained while wondering what’s going to happen next is integral to the success of the Gold Spot ads to date. We really feel that the latest Gold Spot to air goes hand-in-hand with the ongoing ‘movie trailer’ format which is set to return to the big screen in the coming months. We hope the latest creative raises smiles across the UK – and encourage the audience to switch off their phones, rather than order their curtains while they are watching the film!”
The full Orange Phone Break commercial will be screened in UK  cinemas from 16th September 2011.

Orange gets film fans talking with latest instalment of the Gold Spot series