It might be because it was a Greenpeace film that was simply rebadged as an 'advert'.blythburgh wrote:Disgraceful decision. ...
Since about the beginning of time.blythburgh wrote: When was campaigning to save the environment and the wildlife that lives within political.
So it would be fine if it was used by small businesses?blythburgh wrote:...
Too many big businesses use palm oil because it is cheap and do not give a damn about the consequences for the environment and the local people affected and they have a lot of clout
Not really a Xmas advert though.Boro Boy wrote:Iceland's Christmas Advert hits problems with the authorities for being "too political...!?!" see: https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/i ... spartanntp
Those boys and girls at KFC surely have a sense of humour. However Mrs C did not like it; but then she dislikes anything that reminds her of the fact that the chicken she scoffs comes from an actual clucking bird.Boro Boy wrote:Best Xmas advert this Xmas..... see: https://commercial-song.net/2018/11/kfc ... vert-song/
Yup. One day of video editing if that. They certainly knew it wouldn't make it to tv.pabenny wrote:Iceland will have spent very little on adapting the Greenpeace film to make their advert. They've garnered considerable coverage without having to spend on media. And burnished their reputation along the way.
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