Canadian supermarket chain IGA tells a heartwarming animated tale about the power of sharing which also supports paediatric oncology research charity, the Fondation Charles- Bruneau.
It's publish or bust as this film promotes a Kickstarter campaign to support the launch of an art book to honour all women and all boobs.
Smoothie and juice maker innocent has launched a campaign for its 2021 Big Knit with a set of social films featuring some very talkative sheep.
This short film for Spanish anti-discrimination site Heroes de Hoy showcases that heroes will exist as long as intolerance does.
Hyundai’s new campaign, called I’m In Charge, highlights the launch of IONIQ, the company’s dedicated electric vehicle (EV) brand.
With multiple teams at various locations across different time zones, the Coke Christmas shoot was a challenge, to say the least. Here, the team behind the spot reveal the pressures they faced - and overcame - to get it right.
The death of a loved one can have a huge impact. Rankin and Royal London's new exhibition, which includes this powerfully emotional film, aims to change the way we think about mortality.
Paul Nevison picked up Gold and Silver Screen awards at this year's YDA for two stunning short documentary films that take viewers to places they might otherwise never see. Here, he discusses his approach to filmmaking and that he got into directing "because nobody stopped me".
This new film for the Abbé Pierre Foundation, a French charity, highlights the need for community and collective responsibility in the fight against homelessness.
Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity has launched a special animated film to bring to life the journey patients make from hospital to home at Christmas.
The Australian department store suggests we condense everything we've missed in 2020 into one special day for the mother of all celebrations.
The uncertainty of 2020 combined with the need for something to believe in means this Christmas has a renewed importance for many people, as this spot for the Irish supermarket shows.
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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