Hobby home page
Electriclime gif
IPA Banner Open Doors
jw collective
Contemplative Reptile
  • International Edition
  • USA Edition
  • UK Edition
  • Australian Edition
  • Canadian Edition
  • Irish Edition
  • German Edition
  • Singapore Edition
  • Spanish edition
  • Polish edition
  • Indian Edition
  • Middle East edition
  • South Africa Edition

Burns and Smiles and TBWA\Paris Help Burn Victims Come Out of The Shadows

Creative 511 Add to collection

Directed by Nicolas Galoux #Seedifferent aims to change the public perception of victims of burn incidents

Burns and Smiles and TBWA\Paris Help Burn Victims Come Out of The Shadows
Every year in France, 400,000 people get burnt, 10,000 of whom are considered as victims of severe burns.

Once done with the (often long and painful) course of treatment, the first reflex of such patients is to retrieve from society, all the more if their scars are exposed for all to see.

They isolate in order to avoid being seen, but also because there are no structures to assist them in resuming an – almost - normal life.

The Burns and Smiles Association, founded by Laurent Gaudens, who himself was severely burnt at the age of 4, aims to help burn victims recreate social connections, thanks to:

- the action of a powerful mutual help community

- the organisation of events that will boost the healing process, in a group setting and with the assistance of professionals in the fields of health, personal development and cosmetic procedures.

- the availability of an “emergency support fund”.

This is the second cooperation between Burns and Smiles and TBWA\Paris, a little over a year after the “Halloween” film, which told the story of a fire victim we followed along a very particular evening.

To raise the awareness of the public and help burn victims come out of the shadows, TBWA\Paris and TBWA\ELSE are showing us, for a second time in as many years, a strongly telling moment in the life of a burn victim.

Directed by Nicolas Galoux, the film shows how much the look of others and the acceptation of themselves are two key elements to put an end to the isolation of burn victims.
Support Burns and Smiles: check out our website at
view more - Creative
Sign up to our newsletters and stay up to date with the best work and breaking ad news from around the world.

Advertiser: Burns & Smiles – Cinema

Post Production / VFX

Post Production Company: TBWA\ELSE

Grade: Arthur Paux

Graphics: Bastien Malmanche

Production Company

Production Company: Fabien Peborde

Director: Nicolas Galoux

DOP: Fabien Peborde

Producer: Jennifer Bauche

CEO : Maxime Boiron

Casting Director: Sonia Cascino

Technical Manager: Benjamin Piton

SFX Technicians: Jean-Christophe Spadaccini, Katy Jones, Laetitia Quillery (Makeup)

Styling: Nadia Chmilewsky

Production coordinator: Teva François & Léa Gosselin

Creative Agency

Creative Agency: TBWA\PARIS

Art Director: Léna Monceau and Julia Deshayes (Conception)

Executive Creative Director: Benjamin Marchal and Faustin Claverie

Brand Supervisors: Laurent Gaudens

Client Supervisor: Luc Bourgery, Natacha Chevallier

Retoucher: Grégory Lefevre


Sound Engineer: Max Labarthe

Sound Producer: Olivier Lefebvre (Head of Sound Production)


Sound Production: TBWA\ELSE

Music : Pierre Lefeuvre (SAYCET)

Sound Director: Fanny Mithois

Genres: People, Storytelling, Dialogue

Categories: Social, Corporate, Social and PSAs

TBWA Worldwide, Thu, 03 May 2018 11:44:19 GMT