|Agency||Saatchi & Saatchi|
|Advertiser||National Aids Trust|
|Brand||National Aids Trust|
|Business Sector||Disease Awareness, Support Groups & Associations|
|Story||In a strangely humourous yet melancholic story we see an HIV positive man's day at work during which he is treated as if he isn't there by his colleagues who do very private things in front of him. This idea highlights the fact that many HIV sufferers often feel isolated at work due to the actions of their colleagues.|
|Media Type||Web Film|
|Editing Company||Final Cut|
|Art Director||Pablo Videla|
|Creative Director||Joel Bradley|
|Executive Creative Director||Kate Stanners|
|Director||Danny & Ezra|
|Agency Producer||Mana Franzini|
|Agency Producer||Joe Bagnall|
|Account Director||Louise Round|
|Director of Photography (DOP)||Shane Daly|
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