Contrasting with an upbeat dance track, this film graphically explores the meaning of life, death, the universe, and everything in between.
A well-crafted and seemingly innocuous family-led ad turns serious with a message about child mortality.
A son doesn't hold back in this powerful two-hander from the Annex director.
Unilever and Superdrug launch a quartet of films for Pride Month that celebrates the richness of LGBTQI+ life in Britain.
Emulating a campy 80s sitcom aesthetic, this playful promo is sweet vindication for the nerds before the nerds were cool.
Paxeros’ Women of Colour Commercial Directing Program reveals the winning entry – a Subaru spec spot about a father/daughter bond.
Emily Mcdonald’s beautiful new work for British Vogue is centred around queer and trans individuals in their 60s and 70s.
All England Lawn Tennis Club launches a tribute to Wimbledon tennis fans.
Klarna’s film sees the rapper make a fashion faux pas with his lockdown loungewear.
This slick, black-and-white promo combines a vintage expression with contemporary execution.
Natural ingredients are arriving at Burger King, and they’re going to replace the preservatives...permanently.
W+K Amsterdam and Felix Brady zip around the globe to show the joys of the beautiful game have no boundaries.
The excitement and joy which greets a major international football tournament is shared by a father and son in this spot for The Sun.
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Mother brings UNICEF and Crowdfunder's Vaccinaid pro-vaccine message to the screen with some delightful, plaster-based design.
The PGA Tour Superstore celebrates a father-son relationship that has spanned many years, links, and bad first swings.
A few of our favourite short films from the past few weeks.
David Janove's witty and wicked short I Love Your Guts mixes gentle laughs with gruesome action.
David Dearlove’s Taj Mahal presents…. A Short Film takes a hilarious swipe at a genre that often seems longer than it is short.
This short documentary film focuses on contemporary artist Heath Kane, known for his piece called Rich Enough To Be Batman.
In director Bianca Poletti’s short film, two hopeless romantics find they’re separated by opposing values and goals.
A young boy takes us on a journey to discover what difference eating "proper good food" can make.
For Quilmes, a tribute to an Argentinian great as he looks down on his team from heaven.
The writer/director/editor gets stuck into the beautiful game in this slick and stylish ad for StreetFC.
Continuing the collaboration between filmmaker and artist, this uncanny animation mixes mesmerising moves with jarring colour schemes and edits.
Mr Swan holds court in an exquisitely crafted spot from Ogilvy promoting, and poking fun at, the gin brand's Wimbledon sponsorship.