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"Breathe"

Chris said:

Isn't it time to put a bullet in the head of spoken word adverts?


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NSPCC
(1-25 of 42)

NSPCC
"Every Day"
60s
3 Sep 2018
The NSPCC's latest appeal condenses twenty-four hours of support into a 60" ad.

NSPCC
"Break the Silence"
60s
2 Nov 2017
This ad for the NSPCC highlights the difficulties children and the adults may feel when speaking up about abuse.

NSPCC
"Mia"
30s
18 May 2017
Another instalment of the NSPCC's long-running ad series addresses the subject of online safety.

NSPCC
"One in Four"
60s
9 Nov 2016


NSPCC
"Party"
5 mins
20 Sep 2016
A new film for the NSPCC is a brilliant depiction of a real scenario but is it reaching out to the wrong target?

NSPCC
"Pantosaurus"
2 mins
2 Aug 2016
The NSPCC once again makes canny use of animation in this charming two-minute film designed to communicate the importance of personal space.

NSPCC
"Astronaut"
60s
15 Sep 2015
When a child's reality stops them from being able to picture a better life, that's when the NSPCC steps in.

NSPCC
"Speak Out"
60s
17 Mar 2015
This film for the children's charity highlights the plight of those unable to voice their pain.

NSPCC
"Bus"
10s
10 Jan 2015
An edit of a longer ad for the NSPCC highlights how a moment of silliness by a child not old enough to know better has consequences that he cannot begin to imagine.

NSPCC
"Football"
10s
9 Jan 2015
An edit of a longer ad for the NSPCC highlights how a moment of silliness by a child not old enough to know better has consequences that he cannot begin to imagine.

NSPCC
"I Saw Your Willy"
60s
12 Jan 2015
This NSPCC film is pitched perfectly to capture the attention of parents and provide a pretty firm warning to any children who happen to see it.

NSPCC
"Every Child"
90s
24 Dec 2014
This impressive statement of intent by the NSPCC is well-timed as it's becoming increasingly clear that stories long dismissed as fantasies by the mainstream media were - in fact - broadly true.

NSPCC
"Three Children"
60s
9 Dec 2013
Christmas is a time for reflecting on those less fortunate than ourselves and this film for the NSPCC is designed to trigger a sympathetic response.

NSPCC
"The Underwear Rule"
50s
8 Jul 2013
We're blown away by this ad for the children's charity - it's so perfectly judged it's impossible to imagine how it could be bettered.

NSPCC
"Stand By You"
60s
3 Apr 2013
It's a testament to the skills of all involved that DAVID thinks this is beautifully done, and he has a lump in his throat as he writes.

NSPCC
"Amy"
60s
3 Apr 2013
The calm, tender stillness of this film's visual approach contrasts powerfully with the message it communicates.

NSPCC
"Sh*t Kids Say"
90s
29 Mar 2012
This affecting piece for the NSPCC starts as a celebration of the charmingly daft things that children say before sliding into darker territory.

NSPCC
"Stand By Them"
60s
2 Jun 2011
Various glum looking children reflect the horror of abuse as Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders warbles in the background.

NSPCC
"Emily's Call"
60s
26 Oct 2010
A simple visual device is used to draw attention to a phone conversation between a child abuse victim and a counsellor working for the advertised charity.

NSPCC
"You Are My Sunshine"
40s
18 May 2010
This film promoting donations to the NSPCC highlights lucky children who have the full support and love of their parents.

NSPCC
"Dear Santa"
40s
7 Dec 2009
This fund-raising ad for the NSPCC reminds us that not every child in the UK will be having a happy Christmas.

NSPCC
"Any Dream Will Do"
30s
7 Dec 2009
An unusually upbeat charity ad (especially for the NSPCC) focuses on a fund-raising scheme which enables people to fulfil a dream.

NSPCC
"Butterflies"
30s
22 Sep 2008
In this touching film for the charity, the openness of children is represented by butterflies.

NSPCC
"Click"
60s
15 Oct 2007
A girl seems to lead a magical existence thanks to her ability to conjure whatever she wants by saying the word 'click'.

NSPCC
"Talking Doll"
30s
14 May 2007
Once again we are asked to imagine life without childline and the misery its absence would lead to.


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