The best new commercials, music videos and short films,
curated by the shots editorial team.
Created for the Yearning for the Infinite show at the Barbican, Max Cooper and Nick Cobby's collaborative video is a mesmerising montage of continuous movement. We chatted to the pair about its conception and realisation.
Volvo Trucks finds an unlikely spokesperson to represent their money-saving new engine in this witty ad from Forsman & Bodenfors.
The culmination of Seed's delightfully inventive animation collab is a upbeat short full of wild and wacky dancers.
The Knucklehead director tells an emotionally charged story of a teenager's self-discovery and relationship with her father.
In a flashy promo for ITV's coverage of their Rugby World Cup coverage, a bunch of fans have their sporting fantasies brought to anime/16bit life.
Featuring a host of on-screen talent reading genuine viewer gripes, this new promo celebrates the broadcaster’s remit to stimulate debate and discussion.
In a commercial and short documentary, Stink's Eliot Rausch and Mackenzie Sheppard tell the heartwarming story of the team and their pioneering entry into the first Women’s Rugby World Cup.
Previewed to celebrate the music festival's 50th anniversary, a 6-minute episode of Keeper director Scott Hanson's docu-series profiles celebrated rock n' roll photographer, and official Woodstock photographer, Henry Diltz.
The adam&eveDDB spot continues the We Are Family campaign with montage of household friction and unity.
A host of NFL stars feature in this new spot that celebrates the centenary of the league.
In Publicis New York's cinematic spot for the peanut butter brand, an armageddon escape is tainted by the savoirs' choice of nutty spread.
In the romance app's first major ad campaign, an anthropomorphised version of the logo suffers some nasty fates whilst bringing people together.
In a commercial saluting women who bring up their children alone, the razor brand shares the true story of Gogo Nozizwe.
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MullenLowe’s comic 1920s-style campaign for JetBlue shows how not to do customer service.
Jeff Desom and Carlos Lopez Estrada craft a merry tale of post-relationship recovery.
A few of our favourite short films from the past few weeks.
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.
Andrea Vinciguerra's hilarious short sees some unfortunate folk accidentally spark the disco impulses in others.
This short film by first-time director Aella Jordan-Edge, which has been released after being on the festival circuit, is about two women at different stages in their lives.
The director’s fourth video for the LA band is a beautifully crafted tale of seasonal glee.
With a few well-placed microwave pings, BBDO Minneapolis cleverly censors these potty-mouthed munchers.
A trilogy of titillating ads show the upside of getting your kid’s room back when they move out.
London-based director James Green has lovingly crafted a low-budget bonkers video for Kid Kapichi hit.
Cheeky campaign features a 'chair that’s always there' and a terrific twist.