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Chris Curtis Directs Celebratory Mopar Spot


The film celebrates 75 years of the car-parts supplier

Chris Curtis Directs Celebratory Mopar Spot


Passion Picture’s Chris Curtis has directed Mopar’s new 2D animated spot. The video was designed and art directed by Tim Marrs. 

Under the agency Union AdWorks, the film celebrates 75 years of Mopar, whom are the supplier of high performance car parts to Chrysler. 

View the spot here:

From its humble beginnings in 1937, the car parts service has risen to be one of the most recognizable brands in the automotive industry. It supplies the full range of motorist’s needs for other US car brands, such as Jeep, Dodge, Ram, FIAT and SRT vehicles. 

We wanted you to see this new 2D animated spot for Mopar, directed by Passion’s Chris Curtis and designed by Tim Marrs (who was also the art director).  The agency was Union AdWorks, the creatives were Anne Gahagan and Michele Hudak and the agency producer was Kathi Strace.




Production Company: Passion Pictures



Director: Chris Curtis
Art Director: Tim Marrs
Producer: Adriana Piasek-Wanski/Belle Buckley
Executive Producer: Michael Adamo
Agency: Union AdWorks
Producer: Kathi M. Strace
Creative Team: Anne Gahagan and Michele Hudak
Editor: Nick Hirstrou
2D Animation Crew
Head of CG: Jason Nicholas
CG Co-ordinator: Mark Harper/Wassila Lmouaci
Animators/Creative Compositors: Dickon Knowles, Stephane Coedel, Johnny Still, Chris Curtis, Ray Lewis
Rotoscopy: Ray Lewis
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Genres: Animation

Categories: Automotive, Services

Passion Animation Studios, Thu, 02 Aug 2012 16:23:35 GMT