KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Commercials --- along with the football -- are one of the main reasons that more than 100 million viewers tune in for Super Bowl Sunday, and this time one of those commercials could be from right here in Kansas City.
Film students from The Art Institutes International - Kansas City spent Sunday filming downtown for a Doritos commercial in hopes it will be shown during the big game.
The writer and director wouldn't give much away, but he says he's thankful for all the talent working on the project.
"It's good to have friends that you go to school with and willing to help you out for free, and willing to spend their quality time and show their skills on one of your projects and making it the best it can be," said director Kyle Douglas.
Doritos will post the submitted videos online for viewers to watch and vote upon. The first- and second-place winners will both air during next year's Super Bowl. We'll stay in touch with Douglas and let you know how the commercial does.
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