June 2003
CREATIVITY;Jun2003, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p18
Trade Publication
The Seattle International Film Festival's "No Déjà Vu" advertisement is out of a cinematic. The Twilight Zone, a girl walks into a vast empty blue space, finds a movie ticket lying on the floor and when she picks it up she's transported to a sci-fi phantasmagoria, driven in part by eerie, evocative music/sound from Downtown Composer Collective and Clatte, Din. Steve Johnston is the creative director of the advertisement.


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