adam&eveDDB's first work for the brand sees a dad get carried away with the freedom he's granted.
A new film for Estrella Damm takes a look at how one of our most precious resources is being poisoned.
Pedigree has turned to the most common pastime between an owner and their pet, a game of fetch, to tell the story of how a dog won't let you give up.
Turning unaware clients into volunteers, Leroy Merlin has succeeded in giving a new life to 50 NGOs for abandoned children, schools, centres for the elderly and refugees.
With One Show annuals as bedtime reading, Harshad Rajadhyaksha was always destined for the industry, while Kainaz Karmakar’s first career choice was psychology. The co-CCOs of Ogilvy India also have wildly differing personalities yet what the award-winning duo share is an optimism about the new direction India’s advertising is taking.
The Creative Chairman of Grey London, Adrian Rossi, admires a certain Italian art director, a particular Korean film and a legendary American boxer as he reveals some of his creative inspirations.
Under the overarching ‘make life better’ umbrella, Philips has introduced the latest manifestation of its message with a new campaign targeting men in the male grooming category.
When Grey India was seeking “a fool” to send to Sri Lanka, a 24-year-old Senthil Kumar didn’t let civil war in the country stand between him and a CD role. Now, as JWT India’s CCO, the former rocket science student is one of the country’s leading admen. Here, he assesses India’s quest for an advertising identity.
Ford New Zealand's new campaign that celebrates the way Ford innovation has become embedded in Kiwi culture over more than 100 years of working together.
A new campaign for Corona highlights that payment for its beer over the week of World Oceans Day can be made with plastic removed from cities and coastlines.
This year’s Young Director Award, which takes place in Cannes on June 20 at the Palais Stephanie, will feature an inspiring and insightful talk from renowned thought-leader, author, sustainability advocate and marketing guru, Thomas Kolster.
This emotional film features two orphaned brothers who have a deep bond that's tested as their situation changes.
Danny Edwards is the co-editor of shots and, alongside Jamie Madge, is responsible for the editorial output of shots and its events. He has served on a variety of advertising award show juries including the AICP Awards, the Young Director Awards, the Epica Awards and the Music Video Awards, and has chaired events in Cannes as well as other leading festivals.
He has also written for media publications including Screen International, The Cannes Lions Daily and The Guardian. Danny hates musicals, loves comic books and is ambivalent towards Marmite.
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