Betting company Coral's new spot is a high-intensity look at the nerve shredding potential of having a flutter on the horses.
Companies from across the UK’s creative industry have come together to launch The Great Reset, an initiative that hopes to maintain and promote the positive behaviours and environmental shifts created during lockdown.
In episode seven of the YDA Chats series, Karim Bartoletti speaks to director Kibwe Tavares about his career since picking up the 2014 YDA Special Jury Prize.
Bridget Perdomo, VP Film, TV & Ad Sync for Def Jam, Island, Verve and Republic Records at Universal Music Group, says that Motown is the gift that keeps on giving and loves *NSync but can't abide this JT track as she reveals what's on her Elements Music Isolation Radio Station playlist.
Executive Producer at Common Good, Dwight Phipps, highlights the power of imagery, performance and promos as he reveals what's on his creative radar.
This new short film written, produced and directed by Joyrider's Jonathan Irwin, is a bittersweet tale of a domestic droid.
From the dangers involved in war reporting to the sharp edge of satirical cartoons; from the need for a questioning nature to the power inherent in words on a page, The Unquiet Film Series for The Times and The Sunday Times looked at it all, and a lot more, over its collection of mini-docs.
A masked crusader works overtime, fighting the temptation to remove one particular mask, even though it's scaring the locals.
A new short film, which mixes animation and live-action, takes it's inspiration from an 8th century Chinese poem which perfectly reflects the 21st century lockdown.
The Irish band has teamed up with Unicef for this uplifting new promo which sees a baby design, build and fly a space rocket.
Rather than binge-watch Netflix, vow to get fit or mine a previously untapped love for gardening, director Mark Jenkinson decided to do what he does best during lockdown.
House hunting is given a whole new dimension in this lockdown-directed short film about a couple trying to find somewhere to stay.
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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