Phenom’s nine-hour Zoom call results in a pared-down, choreographed catastrophe that is wacky, fun, and inspiring.
Miniature melodrama plays out alongside a doll-sized Amsterdam as photographers take photos, bikers cycle through the streets, and the Camper boot remains tantalizingly out of frame.
This lighthearted ad set to The Pointer Sisters’ track So Excited has kids, commuters, and the upper class exploding with excitement.
Looking like a Black Mirror episode gone wrong, a young lady is possessed by her boyfriend, who uses the flies circling rotten food to hypnotize her.
Summertime is a work that focuses on powerlessness, nature, and an absolute commitment to the kitsch aesthetic in appearance and art.
As schoolkids take flight, one young boy is helped by a group of generous raccoons in this spirited advert out of Sun Creature's studio.
Using video conferencing and communicating only through the Vodafone network, Utopia has created a completely remote ad, showcasing creativity while still remaining safe.
In this woman vs woman advert, two sides of the same person wrestle with their disordered thinking, creating an eerily reflective and pertinent piece.
For Four Tet’s newest promo, New Land director Joanna Nordahl, collaborated with Instagram sensation, Andrés Aguilera Morillas, in order to get drone footage that flies through buildings and over waterfalls and mountains.
Multiplied images over scenes of space, the first live-action Pearl Jam video in seven years is a mesmerizing take on the cycles of the world.
Alicia Hansen, founder of the nonprofit arts program NYC SALT, worked with Eli Rotholz of Alkemy X to create a space for current students and program alumni to show off to advertising agencies.
Shaun Williamson’s brain breaks out of his skull and causes mayhem on-screen and on-set, instigating a series of increasingly bizarre chain reactions.
Linda is a Features Editor for shots, writing about and reviewing a variety of commercial campaigns and films for the site. They have a particular fondness for animation and clever practical effects.
Alongside their work for shots, Linda has a variety of bylines as a writer and short story author. In addition to film, they write about science fiction, fantasy, and story games.
They currently live in between the mountains and rivers of the Hudson Valley, occasionally dreaming of New York City.
Odds are you’ll find them talking about Dungeons and Dragons, comic books, queer theory, or sailing.
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