The best new commercials, music videos and short films,
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Amsterdam-based eyewear brand Ace & Tate has launched its first creative campaign of the year, one that explores the theme of optimism.
Who better to prepare us for a calamitous Brexit than Eric Cantona and Paddy Power? In this new series of online films they aim to help one lucky person escape the continual Brexit chatter on a specially created Brexit Bunker.
The music video for Tastes Good With The Money is a typically eccentric offering.
Forget the imitators - there's only one Colonel in Chicken Town, says this new campaign out of Mother London.
Stunning cinematography compliments the haunting narrative of the Lionel Hirlé-directed video.
Intersport has launched a new TV spot that highlights two exclusive colours of the new Adidas Solar Drive running shoe.
Hasbro and Leo Burnett Moscow team up on a wacky campaign that brings the beloved board game to life.
A busy gym and a junction show off some smooth synchronicity for the Belgium energy company.
Ahead of a march this Saturday [March 23], Our Future Our Choice, a youth organisation campaigning for a People's Vote, has produced this comical new film comparing Brexit to the ill-fated Fyre Festival.
FCB Mexico and director Rudolf Peter Kiss contrast the celebrations of United Nations-declared days with the lack of opportunities afforded to those with Downs Syndrome.
This brand new campaign for a brand new beer aims to show that you don't need to limit yourself to being one thing.
The gin brand, and agency Ogilvy, introduce the elegant stop-motion character in an ambitious new campaign.
Combining live-action and eye-popping animation, Hauke Hilberg has directed a fashion spin on Nothing Beats a Londoner.
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In his promo for Yumi Zouma's In Camera, Pavel Brenner creates a wonderfully sweet and sincere ode to schoolday crushes.
Siri Bunford's latest for the British Heart Foundation sees a schoolboy deliver a memorable piece to camera.
A few of our favourite spots celebrating this year's International Women's Day.
The famous London gardens have teamed up with Trunk on this International Women's Day tribute to Victorian painter Marianne North.
In their commercial for clitoris awareness, timed to coincide with International Women's Day, the age-old graffiti image is updated to something a little more female-orientated.
For International Women's Day, Mercedes-Benz tells the story of Bertha Benz (Carl Benz’ business partner and wife) and her long distance drive.
The hard-hitting promo, directed by Great Guns' Lado Kvataniya, is part of a broader awareness campaign around domestic violence in Russia.
A cheeky montage of daily intrusions informs us about the iPhone's privacy concerns.
Created by Clemenger BBDO, the campaign challenges preconceptions about the 'manliness' of seat-belts.
For his commercial directing debut, Pulse Films' Paco Raterta follows five women forging their own future in spite of political, social and economic confusion.
Johnny Hardstaff and BBH choreograph an aquatic auto ballet.
The fast food chain takes a swipe at overblown advertising tropes.