During the 18th and 19th centuries, thousands of convicts were exiled from England to Australia for crimes such as impersonating an Egyptian, stealing fish from a pond and clandestine marriage. 19 Crimes, a wine label distributed by Treasury Wine Estates, features actual mug shots of such convicts – criminals, artists and scholars alike. The Irish poet John Boyle O’Reilly’s poem - “A Builder’s Lesson” - provides the narration for Nick Ball’s roguish film, in which criminals prove the old adage that a habit is a hard thing to break.
Advertising Agency: Kayser&Co.
This professional campaign titled 'The Banished' was published in United Kingdom in June, 2015. It was created for the brand: 19 Crimes, . This Film medium campaign is related to the Alcoholic Drinks industry and contains 1 media asset. It was submitted over 8 years ago.
Chief Creative Officer: Joe Kayser
Creative Director / Copywriter: Eric Boyd
Art Director: Joe Kayser
Producer: Paul Golubovich
Director: Nick Ball
Production Company: Furlined
President: Diane McArter
Executive Producer: Robert Herman
Director of Photography: Jan Velicky
Line Producer: Robert Bray
Production Designer: Radek Hanak
Executive Producer: Ceinwyn Clark
Composer: David Winer
Editorial: Little Moving Pictures
Editor: Nathan Petty
Producer: Jeremy Summer
Composite & Title Artist: Noe Chavez
Mix: Joaby Deal Color / One Union Recording Studios
MPC: Ricky Gausis