The fast food chain throws the advertising rulebook in the compost heap with its bold and provocative work promoting the Whopper's lack of artificial preservatives.
Move over James Cameron; The LEGO Agency and Hobby Films' Torben Kjelstrup have a new set of storytellers to take up the action mantle.
The Government’s latest THINK! road safety initiative includes a pub where you can’t finish your pint.
New York indie agency Burns Group introduces a booze-brandishing zealot for the beer brand’s Blue Citra.
This punchy film starring actor Natasha Lyonne launches a Europe-wide campaign to heal the world with empathy.
AB/CD/CD have directed a fiendishly good video for Tim Burgess’ track Empathy for The Devil.
IKEA rules with slick campaign about rulers needing chill time.
It’s incredibly difficult to make art that’s non-pretentious, but Ai Weiwei makes an admirable attempt in this short documentary for Hornbach.
Sephora's new campaign includes an empowering three-minute film that attempts to redefine the meaning of beauty.
Unless you have a heart of stone then prepare to pretend you've got something in your eye as this new campaign for Teva highlights why love is all you need.
Swedish DJ and producer Salvatore Ganacci stars in the video for his own track; a touching story about a half-man-half-motorbike finding his way in the world.
A young man's adventure abroad is the catalyst for this emotional story of familial love.
Let’s hear some unsolicited #DatingAdvice from Twitter, because that’s exactly what we love doing on a winter morning. (No, really, we love it.)
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In a darkly humorous spot for Drug Free Kids Canada, pointing out the pitfalls of edibles, some candy bears prove that they ain't so sweet.
In this quirky ad out of Forsman and Bodenfors, the daily lives of people at work are interrupted by unloaded papers, glitching coffee, and falling plans.
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.
Time is money, or so the saying goes, and this campaign from IKEA is a case in point.
A new campaign for Ecover from Uncommon London looks to wage war against our wasteful fashion habits.
A montage of sad stories is turned around in this touching commercial for the Greek chocolate company.
In the striking film from BBDO New York for American Red Cross and American Cancer Society, a woman's turbulent tale is told through stark images.
This short film, called The Back of My Mind, is a dark and oddly mysterious tale that merges fiction and reality.