Sometimes you need a dog as much as a dog needs you. This commercial gives you a surprising wake up call to what it must be like to wait for someone to come and welcome you to the family. Remember to adopt when you are looking to invest in a furry pal.
The “Migos flow” deconstructed.
In 2013, Migos made it to the Billboard Charts with “Versace.” It was a viral hit and it put the spot light on a very unique rap flow – the triplet. The triplet, often now called the “Migos flow” happens when three syllables are rapped over one beat. It’s now so popular that nearly every mainstream rap artists these days has used it, often to great effect. Kendrick rapped in triplets on one of the most dramatic moments of his latest album, Damn. and Chance the Rapper used triplets on the opening track of Coloring Book. This video is about where the triplet flow came from and how it’s been a common tool for rappers since Three 6 Mafia and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s debut albums in the ’90s.
Dream Makers is a tribute to the incredible craft and innovation that goes into filmmaking.
A rollercoaster ride through the creative process and techniques involved in bringing dreams to life, Dream Makers centres around four characters and four Honda models – new Civic, Civic Type R, CR-V and the Africa Twin motorcycle – with each scene depicting a different film genre.
Each scene is meticulously crafted at a rapid pace taking us through various stages of the filmmaking process – from scripting to storyboards, through CGI to grading – ending in the perfectly crafted scene. The process represents an analogy of the passion and relentless pursuit of excellence behind both great films and Honda vehicles.
“In a Heartbeat” – Animated Short Film by Beth David and Esteban Bravo
A closeted boy runs the risk of being outed by his own heart after it pops out of his chest to chase down the boy of his dreams.
Residents of Atlanta’s diverse community share personal stories in an ode to the city for American director Andrew Litten, who is known for his high-energy films for the likes of Vans.
This is the first film of the mini series #LifeChangingPlaces that follows people who went to a trip that in some form changed their lives. The team spent 9 days on the magical island formation Lofoten in northern Norway to capture the beauty that changed Chris Burkards whole approach to photography.
Introducing the Nike NBA Connected Jersey.
Get closer to the game than ever before. Unlock exclusive access to highlights, Nike gear and more by tapping your smart phone against the tag on your new player jersey.
Learn more at nike.com/nba
Corona is on a mission to encourage people around the world to reconnect with nature and the outdoors. Escape the urban jungle and step inside our hyper sensorial VR paradise for Corona. The immersive VR installation simulated a journey to paradise through a jungle setting, awakening the senses and bringing the feeling of being completely immersed in nature. Find out more about the ‘Paraiso Secreto’ experience: http://www.themill.com/portfolio/3886/paraiso-secreto
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2047 Apologue by director Zhang Yimou
Chinese director Zhang Yimou who is best known for his movies “Raise the Red Lantern”, “Hero” and “The Great Wall” but also for directing the opening and closing ceremonies of the Beijing Olympics returns to the theater stage with his concept perfomance “2047 APOLOGUE”.
The performance features 640 motorized LED spheres, an anchient chinese weaving machine and a modern dancer. German motor winch producer KINETIC LIGHTS provided the vertical hoist systems for the LED spheres and control software. Russian RADUGADESIGN animated a complementing video backdrop and CPG Concepts from Hong Kong provided the dance choreography for british dancer Rose Alice.
Director: Daniel Eskils (represented by Acne Production)
Production company: Tarot Pictures
Producer: Anna-Sofia Mörck & Jacob Eklund
Editor: Fredrika Andersson
Set: Johan Broomé
How a conservation film became a mission to save a friend from ALS
When Director/Filmmaker Andy Best and friend Chad Kendrick of Treeline Outdoors, set out to film Still Wild, it was impossible to know the legacy this production could leave behind. Just days after wrapping the film, Kendrick was diagnosed with ALS, and the production has since grown from a beautiful film about the importance of wildlife conservation to a legacy piece about his life and love for the outdoors.
Since, Chad has been fighting for his life and has lost mobility in his arms, hands, and is swiftly moving to his legs and lungs. This has rendered him unable to hold his newborn son. The film has since become a way to share his story in order to help raise awareness of his illness and ALS as a whole. It has become an effort to help save one of our own.
Introducing the Gucci Fall Winter 2017 film campaign. Motifs from sci-fi of the 50s and 60s appear in the video
alongside a Star Trek inspiration and the men’s and women’s collections designed by Alessandro Michele.
Director: Glen Luchford
Art director: Christopher Simmonds
Nobody knew where young Geoffrey’s obsession came from. All anyone knew, was that the boy loved Beanz. In fact, they were his entire life.
But as is often the way, one moment, or one woman, changed everything. And that is where this story starts.
Watch the film to see how Geoff came to invent a Heinz Beanz can size, perfect for every Aussie.
Campaign created by Y&R NZ and Assembly Ltd, with music by Franklin Road, for Kraft Heinz Australia.
In a time where post-truth news divides and conservative politics fails to lure in young voters, a extraordinary vote for world peace has dramatic consequences.
Epic Fail is an avant-garde essay that questions how we perceive truth, information and politics, seen through the dual lenses of our real and virtual identities.
The craziest part about this whole film though is that it was all filmed in camera – NO CGI!
Ray-Ban Envision Series is a couple of years old now but it is still a great example of great brand collaboration with an unknown voice who tells their own unique story – aligning with the brand valued.