Blind Date From Hell

Blind Date From Hell

Blind Date From Hell

Client: Deep Eddy - Ruby Red Vodka

Viral Commercial Project

Production Company: Edgen Films
Director Nicholle Walton-Durban
Producer / Writer: Leah Weinberger
1st Assistant Director / PM: Robyn L. Powell
Director of Photography: Justin R. Durban
Co‐DP / Cam Op / Gaffer / Color: Kevin Maistros
Grip: Michael Boyd
Grip: Chase Bradburn
Hair and Makeup: Erin Volkman
Wardrobe: Kim Foster
Sound: Tiago da Silva
Art Director: Brittney Lauren Ingram
Editor / Post Sound: Justin R. Durban
Gear: Nick Scimeca
PA: Kory McCallium
PA: Michael Boyd
Cast: O'Ryan Landa, Mariah‐Rae Vincent, Jonathan Criscoe, Amanda Martin, Karl Anderson, Levi Fox Extras: Linda Lopez, Gabriel Delgado, Angela Galderisi, Tommy Basham, Carlton Caudle, Steven Barnes, Marti Swanson, Christian Delacruz, Jessica Rainey, Robert Mcdoreman, Memphis Diangelis, Scot Andrews, Brian Elders, Matteo Barrera, Samuel Baget, Megan Golla, Margaret Koppelman
Music: from "Clyde"
"Demon George and the Holy Goats", words and music by Douglas Gilreath, performed by Clyde CP 2014
Special Thanks:
Hamid Bijiri at The Belmont ‐
Annette Beavers and Sarah Duncan of Freebirds ‐
Patrick Terry from P. Terry's.
Alexa Hinds and Karma Montagne of Heyman Talent
Kay Wagner
Emily Mathon / Mariposa Pathway Coordinator
The Lost Well
Nick Scimeca
Title: Blind Date From Hell

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We cast our actors for their uniquely beautiful characteristics both inside and out (like all Deep Eddy Vodkas). Then we stuck them on blind dates with phony posers (or those other flavored vodkas out
there), and it is not until they meet each other that the night transforms into something real (much like Deep Eddy's all natural ingredients) which results in fun good times had by all.

We chose to produce this spot as we felt it really represents all aspects of the Deep Eddy brand. We created avatars to represent Deep Eddy Vodka & Deep Eddy Ruby Red. As filmmakers we love using symbolism in story and we wanted to bring that same love of the use of symbolism to our commercial spot and have our characters be symbolic of our product.

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