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Deliveroo: Different Dreams by Uncommon

Agency: Uncommon
Client: Deliveroo
Date: Sep 2020
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Deliveroo has selected Uncommon Creative Studio to launch the brand’s recent delivery partnership with Nando’s. The brief to Uncommon was to announce this exciting news to Deliveroo customers, raise awareness and drive impact for the partnership with key family and youth audiences.

Since June, Nando’s has been available for delivery via Deliveroo across the UK and September will see the first Deliveroo marketing campaign launch to celebrate this partnership marking the first time Nando’s delivery has been available nationwide since opening its UK doors in 1992.

Uncommon have created a new campaign, entitled ‘Different Dreams’, to launch this unique partnership.

The film opens on an unamused family sat around their dinner table – bored and uninspired by the thought of eating another home cooked family meal. Abruptly, we are then taken through scene by scene each member of the families wildest dream from beekeeping, trips to Mars to Viking role play. The film then switches from these outlandish dreamworlds to the attainable next best thing – being able to order your favourite PERi PERi spiced dish direct from Nando’s to your door via the Deliveroo app.

The film was directed by The Perlorian Brothers through MJZ.

Credits

Campaign Name:​ Different Dreams

Client:​ Deliveroo

Creative Agency:​ Uncommon Creative Studio

Media Agency:​ Initiative

Production Company:​ MJZ

Director:​ The Perlorian Brothers

Producer:​ Tim Wild

Production Manager:​ Daniel Gay

DOP:​ Cathal Waters

Local Service Company:​ Pull The Trigger

Editors:​ Dom Leung & Jennifer Tividad @ Trim

Edit Producer: ​Polly Kemp

Post Production:​ Freefolk

Post Producer:​ Fi Kilroe

Colourist:​ Paul Harrison

Flame Operator:​ Jason Watts

Audio Post Production:​ Factory

Audio Producer:​ Beth Massey

Engineer:​ Mark Hills & Jack Hallet

Trafficking: ​The Traffic Bureau