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Zak Razvi

Zak Razvi is best known for his work on music promos, having run the music video department at Pulse following five years in film production at Bartle Bogle Hegarty.

His beautiful and emotional directing style is used to great effect in his short films - his first short was selected for seventeen international film festivals - and his commercial work.

Inspiring The Future
"No More Female Professionals"
Inspiring The Future take a linguistic approach to addressing sexism in this intriguing film. The campaign continues their work from 2016, in which they asked children to draw pictures of various professions - firefighters, doctors, soldiers - and the results were, invariably, male. This time the focus is on adults, as a montage of men rejecting the idea of female members of their workforce plays out.
Creative Agency: MullenLowe Ⓦ
CCO: Jose Miguel Sokoloff
ECD: Mark Elwood
Creative Director: Katrina Encanto / EJ C Galang / Tony Hardcastle
Creative: Nina Griffiths / Charlotte Robins
TV Producer: Lucy Jay
Ass't Prod (Agency): Katie Colhoun
Film Production: Furlined Ⓦ
Director: Zak Razvi Ⓟ
Producer: Daisy Gautier
Executive Producer: Olly Chapman
Cinematographer: Ula Pontikos
Editor: Paul O'Reilly Ⓦ @ Stitch Ⓟ Ⓦ
Post Production: Oliver Whitworth
Colourist: Lewis Crossfield @ Electric Theatre Collective Ⓦ
Sound Designer: Luis Almau / Henning Knoepfel / Hils MacDonald @ Soundtree Music Ⓦ
020 3826 6610
Olly Chapman
(Executive Producer)
Benjamin Davies
(Executive Producer)

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