Doritos Commercial from former School of the Arts filmmaker one of 5 finalists… (Watch and Vote)

Doritos Commercial from former School of the Arts filmmaker one of 5 finalists… (Watch and Vote)

Down to FIVE:  UNC School of the Arts graduate Mark Freiburger is one of five finalists with a chance to get his Doritos commercial shown during this year’s Super Bowl (FEB 03) –  and possibly win $1 million dollars.  The 29 year
old filmmaker (and native of Charlotte) directed a commercial called “Fashionista Daddy,” in which a dad is persuaded to ditch a football game with his pals when his Doritos-packing daughter wants him to play “Princess Fashion Show.”

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FYI: Just for being chosen as a finalist, Freiburger and his team received $25,000 dollars and will be in a special skybox at the Super Bowl game with the other four
commercial teams. No one will know which commercials are chosen to air until it
actually happens. The team shot the commercial in Los Angeles with a budget of about $300. Everyone in front of and behind the camera were friends, but they had to rent dresses and buy Doritos.

**The five finalists in Doritos’ annual Crash the Super Bowl commercial contest need YOUR votes to become one of two Doritos commercials shown during the game. The second commercial is chosen by a group from Doritos.

The most popular ad of any kind to air during the Super Bowl wins USA Today’s Ad Meter challenge, the creators get $1 million dollars and a chance to work with film director Michael Bay on the next “Transformers” movie.  The second-place winner gets $600,000; third place gets $400,000.  **Super Bowl Sunday – February 3 – in New Orleans    San Fran 49ers VS Baltimore Ravens


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