The Monkeys Unveils New Telstra Work Featuring Triple J Unearthed Artist Thelma Plum

The Monkeys Unveils New Telstra Work Featuring Triple J Unearthed Artist Thelma Plum
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The Monkeys has unveiled its latest work, a campaign for Telstra that showcases the magic that is possible when you combine technology with the capabilities of Australia’s fastest mobile network.

The 60-second commercial follows emerging Triple J Unearthed artist Thelma Plum as she heads out on a walk to the shops. This turns into much more of an enchanting experience as she harnesses the power of the Telstra network through her phone.

Directed by Joel Kefali of Goodoil Films, it features a fresh rendition of Flight Facilities’ track Clair de Lune by Thelma herself; the song has been released to coincide with the launch of the campaign.

The Monkeys cofounder and creative director Justin Drape said: “It has been a fun ride bringing this campaign to life. We’re thrilled to be able to work with Thelma – she has a captivating way of demonstrating the magic that’s possible when technology and the country’s best mobile network come together.”

Campaign Credits

Client: Telstra

Executive Director of Marketing: Jeremy Nicholas

General Manager of Mobility Marketing: Dean Sofianopoulos

Senior Marketing Specialist: Sarah Leavitt 

Creative Agency: The Monkeys

Cofounder & Creative Director: Justin Drape

Creative Team: Hugh Gurney, Chelsea Parks & Wassim Kanaan

Head of Production: Thea Carone

Senior Producer: Jade Rodriguez

Strategy Director: Kit Lansdell

Business Director: Kat Kelly

Content Director: Katie Bassett

Production Company: Goodoil Films

Director: Joel Kefali

EP: Sam Long

Producer: Andrew McLean

DOP: Crighton Bone

Edit House: The Editors

Editor: Bernard Garry

Post VFX: Fin Design

VFX Supervisor: Justin Bromley

Grade: Ben Eagleton @ BE Colour

Sound House: Song Zu

Engineer: Simon Kane

Track: Thelma Plum cover of FF “Clair de Lune” 

Photography Production Company: Red Door

Photographer: Paul Blackmore

Producer: Natalie Loveridge

Agency Producer: Tanith Williamson

Retouching: Cream Electric Art

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