|Title||Things that disappear|
|Campaign||Anti-corruption - Transparency International|
|Brand||Transparency International Italia|
|Date of First Broadcast/Publication|
|Business Sector||Institutional/Public Interest/Non-Profit Org.|
|Tagline||Corruption takes something away from all of us. Sometimes even life.|
|Story||This TV commercial shows images that represent various sectors of our daily life: public roads, transport, buildings, parks and health. Architectural line drawings superimposed over the images continue disappearing symbolising unrealised projects. Projects that disappear into nothingness.|
|Philosophy||The role of this ad was to inform people of all ages that corruption of any sort affects us all in some way. Victims do exist and they are us. The solution was to approach a complex message in a very simple and user-friendly way using drawings and intimate music (a girl singing without any accompaniment). The final frame shows us explicitly that corruption not only takes something away from all of us but that something could also be our life.|
|Problem||Most people believe that corruption is something that takes place between two people behind closed doors. Something that doesnt affect them. Something far away from them (eg. Enron scandal).|
|Creative Director||Roxanna Bianco|
|Art Director||Remo Bonaguro|
|Account Executive||Roberta Bortolli|
|Production Company||The Family|
|Animation Effects||Franco Tassi|
|Art Director||Paolo Re|
|Executive Producer||Lorenzo Cefis|
|Director of Photography (DOP)||Mark Patten|
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