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As a new exhibition examining artificial intelligence opens at London’s Barbican, Nexus Studios’ creative director, Alex Jenkins, tells shots about a ‘warmer’ vision of AI and how we can be part of its future.
We ask Quad's Bruno Aveillan how utilising the sets, props, costumes and stunt performers from award-winning French theme park Puy du Fou helped him create Eternels, the most epic of brand films.
And Rising's Anna Arnell and director Camila Zapiola discuss the challenges they faced creating the new SIXT campaign and why Arnell likes being put out of her comfort zone.
Kicking off our Advertising For Good month-long focus, we look back at TV channel Dave's innovative campaign for CALM, encouraging men to reach out to friends who they feel may be suffering from mental health issues.
We talk to the director and his promo protagonist Martin Starr about torturing a couple with the band's omnipresent music.
Quest for Fire, a funny new film from the 76 Ltd director centres on a support group for maligned heavy metal fans.
We speak to the UK-based director as he returns to the Kansas setting of his 10-year-old documentary for a follow-up.
Director Ben Callner brilliantly reimagines the classic boy-meets-girl story as a series of spots for ice-cream, pet food, mobile networks and more.
With Game Of Thrones hitting our screens once again, we look back on chats with its makers.
We talk to agency The Brooklyn Brothers and Pulse Films’ director Lucy Cohen about the beautiful campaign that captures the warts-and-all experience of newborn life in #ThisIsParenthood
As the final season hits the screens, we take a look back at when Coldplay and the GoT cast teamed up to make a musical for Red Nose Day.
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Ahead of the final season of Game of Thrones, which starts in the UK tonight, we repost an interview with David Nutter (who directs three episodes of Season 8), who discusses the Golden Age of TV and the tensions around shooting the infamous Red Wedding.
As the mobile network releases its surreal ode to democracy, shots caught up with Blink director Fred Rowson and the giffgaff team to hear more about talking iguanas and alternative worlds.
From skydiving to stunt co-ordinators and sarnies which failed to impress Gerard Butler, creative directors Tom Prendergast and Joe Stamp take us behind the scenes on their new campaign.