Coca-Cola has released its latest film, ‘Great Happyfication’, which was launched at the World of Coca-Cola attraction in Atlanta in June. The film was premiered on Facebook via YouTube on Friday, 16 September.
‘Great Happyfication’ is an all-singing, all-dancing six-minute animation that distills the secrets of happiness The film will be supported with a social media campaign.
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On the campaign, Jonathan Mildenhall, vice president, global advertising strategy and content excellence, Coca-Cola, said, “The brief was huge. We wanted to make the happiest six and a half minutes in film. No half measures. We also wanted to get the world singing the Coca-Cola 5 notes. I am absolutely delighted with the work from W&K, Psyop and Human. This is a partnership that has steered the direction of Happiness Factory for the last six years. In truth the work just keeps on getting better and better. Rather like drinking a bottle of ice cold Coke, you just never want it to end.”
Created by Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam, viewers are guided through the film by narrator Pete, a wham-bam-magic-man, and Wendy, the most enthusiastic cheerleader, meeting a glamorous trio of penguins, kissy puppies and a mortar man along the way.
Mark Bernath, executive creative director at Wieden+Kennedy, Amsterdam, added, "Coke doesn't want to keep all of its formulas a secret. In fact, when it comes to how to be happy, the brand is more than ready to sing from the rooftops about it. We created The Great Happyfication as a musical celebration of the tenets of happiness, and we hope people feel good just from watching it."