Dunhill finds its Voices Featured

Which gents are speaking out for the brand's new campaign?
by

Writer

01 August 2012

Spotlighting its Englishman roots, Dunhill has enlisted the vocal stylings of some
notable British men for its new 'Voice' campaign. Front and centre are seasoned
actor John Hurt, Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker James Marsh and Jamie
Hewlett, founder of the band Gorillaz and a prolific filmmaker in his own right.


Filmmaker James Marsh for Dunhill

"Voice is not about celebrity or the world of fame. (It's) about real men of different ages
and from different backgrounds, men who have achieved great things in life, men who
embody timeless values that are worth aspiring to (such as) compassion, dedication
and conviction. Brilliant, inspiring, driven men with opinions, flaws and stories to tell,"
explains a spokesman for the brand.

Watch the first exclusive 'Voice' conversation with John Hurt for yourself below...



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