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Arcade’s Dave Anderson Edits Comedic Interpretations of NFL’s Fantasy Football in Snickers’ Latest Campaign

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With the NFL Football season in full swing, Snickers is bringing the laughs with new campaign spots “Fantasy Night” and “Number One Fantasy,” edited by Arcade’s Dave Anderson. The spots center around fans in football gatherings misinterpreting the meaning of “Fantasy,” done with brilliant comedic timing through Anderson’s measured edit.

To view the spots, click here: http://www.arcadeedit.com/category/news/

Client: Snickers

Spot Titles: “Number One Fantasy” :30, :15;

“Fantasy Night” :30, :15.

Editorial Company: Arcade

Editor: Dave Anderson

Editorial Assistant: Andrew Balasia

Executive Producer: Sila Soyer

Producer: Fanny Cruz

Postproduction/Graphics Company: Arcade

Flame Artist: Tristian Wake

Flame Assistant: Mark Popham

Executive Producer: Sila Soyer

Producer: Fanny Cruz

About Arcade: Bicoastal Arcade is an editorial collective with a roster of talent that features: Dave Anderson, Kim Bica, Kyle Brown, Jeff Ferruzzo, Will Hasell, Geoff Hounsell, Sean Lagrange, Graham Chisholm, Paul Martinez, Nick Rondeau, Greg Scruton and Brad Waskewich. www.arcadeedit.com

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