French director Laurent Chanez takes us on a chaotic, captivating journey for Thomas Azier’s track, Love, Disorderly.
Director Dustie Carter and DP Mike Dalton depict a dreamy, distorted view of doomed romance in this promo for new music project Vancouver China.
This chilling campaign for Women’s Aid raises awareness of how lockdown can cause cruelty to spread – like a virus.
The brand's Australian arm, alongside We Are Social, have created a four-hour long excursion on the open road, to counter any cooped-up feelings we might be experiencing.
Director Saam Gabbay documents lockdown life via a virtual birthday get-together.
LA-based content production company Strangeloop Studios has created a gorgeously trippy animated video for EarthGang’s track LaLa Challenge.
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.
This new campaign for Furphy’s beer celebrates the silver tongued and the golden booted as a barman takes a trip down memory lane.
Summertime is a work that focuses on powerlessness, nature, and an absolute commitment to the kitsch aesthetic in appearance and art.
In a vibrant, mixed-media fever-dream of a spot from MullenLowe, a lucky lady's comfy brassiere sends her on a whirlwind journey.
Mothers get the credit they so richly deserve in this new spot for Diet Coke.
This fitting new short film highlights the importance of human interaction when it comes to healthcare.
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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 still images and fun audio conversations, this cheeky campaign from The Leo Burnett Group Thailand shows how low-fi techniques can get high-flying results.
A few of our favourite short films from the past few weeks.
With The Long Goodbye, the artist/actor/director teams up with Somesuch's Aneil Karia to create a harrowing vision of a not-so-far-away UK.
Furries, hurricanes, and clean energy feature in this short film by Nick Singer, following a doctor as she deals with her children, climate disaster, and the pressures of her job.
Leaning into musical short films, After Hours is a brilliant and terrifying vision of a surreal New York City at night from Anton Tammi out of Somesuch productions.
As a man struggles to find inner peace, he slowly makes his way through coping mechanisms until he faces the root of his problems.
Telling the true story of Nigel, the besotted bird who fell in love with a stone decoy on Manu Island, Natasza Cetner's graduation short is an adorable ode to affection.
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.
Using imagery we're all familiar with from the current pandemic, Cheil and domestic violence charity ANAIS have created a powerful reminder that lockdown for some means being locked in with an abuser.
Minimal Productions director Josh Cohen has created a comic PSA about the now forbidden art of face-touching.
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.