A landmass so vast it’s hard to wrap your head around, spanning over 11 timezones and 2 continents, filled with otherworldly landscapes, countless discrete cultures and crowded cities with rather turbulent histories. On the one side, this film shows a slice of this relentless diversity of a place rarely visited by tourists – and on the other, it is an exploration of all the different lenses, viewpoints and expectations one can apply in a travel film about a mysterious country riddled with stereotypes.
A comical series of creative ads for InnovAsian.
With funny scenarios that are both relatable and outlandish, the TV campaign for InnovAsian has fun with the idea that there are countless occasions where getting your Asian food fix in minutes is the ultimate comfort. At a time when frozen food sales are growing, four TV spots use humor and rhymes that play with the catchphrase “InnovAsian occasion” to help consumers remember the brand when they are in the grocery freezer aisle.
Hong Kong’s biggest political crisis since its return to (more…)
Nike strives to bring innovation and inspiration to every athlete* in the world. (* If you have a body, you are an athlete.)
Our mission is what drives us to do everything possible to expand human potential. We do that by creating groundbreaking sport innovations, by making our products more sustainably, by building a creative and diverse global team and by making a positive impact in communities where we live and work.
Plastic is one of Earth’s biggest problems. Its discovery transformed everyday life, but its failure to degrade is choking the (more…)
Can the best alcohol free beer make good things better? Probably
Official music video for Walking In The Snow from Run The Jewels 4.
Director of Photography: Jon Davey
Animators: Cadi Catlow & Jacky Howson
Line Producer: Rosie Brind
Producers: Andy Stewart, Sharon Shang, Brandon Littlejohn
DOP Assistant: Philip Powell
Editor: Tom Weller
After Effects: Stephen Ryan
Set Design & Build: Holly Jo Back, Harry Jenkins
Character Design & Fabrication: James Harvey, Richard Heard
Model Makers: Jonathan Minto, Chloe Moore, Stuart Seydel, Chris Addison, Alex Kolodotschko, Joanna Garland, Spike Hopewell
Creative Direction: Alberto Chapa, Ray Ali, Emmanuel Madu, Matt Comer
Studio Executive Producer: Jon Legere (UNR), Martin Roker (Black Dog Films UK), Molly Bohas (Black Dog Films US)
Created by BETC Paris and produced through Birth, the film’s job is to demonstrate how journalists all over the world defend minorities, protect the environment and denounce police violence and corruption. It shows four examples of situations only journalists can shed light on: a prisoner held in conditions unworthy of human dignity, exhausted migrants, a young woman forced into an unwanted marriage, and rows of bodies of Covid-19 victims lined up on an ice rink. The victims of these harrowing scenes gradually disappear, leaving an empty shot.
Father Christmas complains on a psychiatrist’s couch about feeling “out of date” and “old-fashioned” in the two-minute spot.
He bemoans the efficiency of the Norwegian postal service that he claims is putting him out of business in the therapy session.
But it’s cut alongside flashbacks of his past inappropriate behavior.
The commercial ends, however, with a knock at the door that offers some hope.
The Kiwi’s provide some good advice.
Start a family, with a dog.
We are delighted to launch part 3 of our #IHaveMyReasons campaign.
Our previous #IHaveMyReasons videos focused on individual heroes and (more…)
Every Christmas and New Year, people around the world throw away tons of food, harming nature. For Christmas 2020, IKEA (more…)
This brilliant Pampers ad captures babies making doody in HD and glorious slow-motion. They are facial expressions anyone who has (more…)
“Because creating a film is imagining before making, here is a side by side between the storyboard animatic and the (more…)
The Concorde took its last flight in 2003, making commercial supersonic travel a thing of the past. In recent years, (more…)
Turn up the holidays with HomePod mini. A little joy never sounded so big.
Michael Grab’s mind-bending rock formations aren’t held together by glue or steel rods. Shockingly, his rock piles are stacked using (more…)
Together with Waitrose & Partners, we’re excited to share the festive tale of a little girl and her excitable friend, (more…)