DAVID McNALLY (Director) makes
his motion picture debut with Jerry Bruckheimer's "Coyote Ugly."
He hails from the world of television
commercials where his work has been honored with many major international
advertising awards: Cannes, Clio, Andy's, One Show, London International,
D&AD, International Monitor, Bessie, Telly, New York Festival, and many
His popular Budweiser
"Lobster" spot which debuted during the 1999 Super Bowl was voted the
most popular Super Bowl commercial amongst beer makers' target audience,
according to a USA Today poll. "Entertainment Weekly" voted it
Top Super Bowl Spot, and the prestigious advertising industry publication, AdWeek,
featured the commercial in its Top 10 commercials of 1999.
McNally was on his way to becoming an
engineer when the lure of a more creative life proved too much. He left college
to tour with his popular Canadian rock band, The Pinups, while building his own
graphic design business. A Canadian corporate giant, high fashion retailer Le
Chateau, asked McNally to move in-house to conceive cutting edge marketing
opportunities, which included producing and directing fashion videos for the
With his established musical
background, the fashion videos became a springboard into the world of music
videos. McNally's award-winning videos for Canadian artists such as Celine
Dion caught the industry's attention and he soon found himself expanding his
mastership to include television commercials.
He is presently a director and partner
in the Canadian commercial production company, M.E.A.T., and is represented for
television commercials in the United States on both coasts by Omaha Pictures.
McNally is currently in pre-production
on the Jerry Bruckheimer production, "Down and Under" for Castle Rock
Entertainment and Warner Bros. The action/comedy is set to go before cameras
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