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Danish Cancer Society film is based on 50s TV show The Little Rascals

Kids of the world come together in a new campaign for Danish Cancer Society and foundation TrygFonden to raise awareness about sun damage to Danish children. Help a Small Dane, which takes inspiration from classic 50s TV show The Little Rascals, is...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Industry

Cannes Lions 2019: Film, Titanium, Glass, Sustainable Development winners

Friday night saw the final awards show of Cannes Lions 2019 take place with the Communication and Good Track winners announced as well as special awards, celebrating the industry's best performing companies across the five-day event, as well as...

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Inspiration

Spotlight: X-Wing marks the spot in James Birks film art

A quick glance at freelance illustrator and graphic designer James Birks' portfolio will tell you he’s a film fan. Some of the pieces inspired by Hollywood movies include iconic imagery from the likes of Star Wars, Robocop and Leon in the form...

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Leaders

4 ways to amplify your brand purpose through film

After speaking at the Brand Film Festival in London recently, I decided to share my approach when using video in a campaign with a cause (capital ‘C’, or otherwise). Film can be an incredibly powerful way of amplifying your brand purpose,...

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Short film for Mercedes-Benz encourages you to #PlayByYourRules

A new short film created by Berlin-based agency antoni encourages consumers to remember who they are by channelling their youth alongside the tagline #PlayByYourRules. The five-minute film (below) introduces an adult male with a busy professional...

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The Smalls launch first ever brand-led film fund

Not only is film one of the most competitive industries to break into, it is also expensive, costing an average of £10,000 to create a short film. Many ambitious filmmakers have struggled to pursue their dreams because of a lack of funding....

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Elton John: The Cut winners announced at Cannes Film Festival

The winners of the Elton John: The Cut music video contest have been revealed at the Cannes Film Festival. The talent competition called for young filmmakers to create the first official music videos for three of Elton John and Bernie Taupin’s...

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Could virtual and augmented reality create new opportunities in film?

There is currently a great deal of fascination, curiosity and temptation with the new opportunities for communication and storytelling presented by developments in Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality. In its very first use, moving image, was in...

Posted by: Radley Yeldar
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Karmarama enjoy a movie break with Honda for new Film on 4 idents

Honda is launching a series of sponsorship idents for Channel 4’s Film On 4 showing that even the most progressive people and products need some time out once in a while. The £5 million campaign is the first TV work created by Karmarama...

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krow and DFS celebrate Great Brits in Team GB brand film

Throughout the upcoming Rio Olympics, DFS will be promoting their official Team GB partnership by celebrating the hard work that goes into getting to the top of your game. The campaign is based around a new brand film, created by krow communications,...

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Leaders

Cannes Lions 2016 Highlight: FilmBrazil’s Film[Me]Brazil Campaign

FilmBrazil returned to the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity for 2016 with an exciting, new campaign called “Film[Me]Brazil,” which brought together the top Brazilian Directors at Cannes this year to create a series of...

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Leaders

DDB NY get sexually creative for the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival

Sex is a natural part of life that advertising largely ignores because it's not 'clean' or 'safe' enough for many brands, but the DDB New York has thrown caution to the wind with a new campaign for the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, which...

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Leaders

Droga5 and Tiger Beer create a crowd-sourced film using beer coasters

To launch the new Tiger White wheat beer in Malaysia, Tiger has put its “It all starts with White” platform to the ultimate test by giving beer drinkers the chance to be part of a major creative production unlike any other in history....

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Leaders

Film about free speculative work goes viral

Just over a week ago, a two-minute film called 'Say No To Spec' was released onto the web and has become a viral sensation. Originally created for Strategy Magazine's Agency of the Year competition in Canada, the film calls into question the common...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Inspiration

Plenty's new film 'We Need to Talk About Alice' supports Oxfam

We can finally reveal the exciting news that Jelly London’s award winning art & motion studio Plenty have had the honour of creating this year’s Good Books film in conjunction with the 150th Anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s...

Posted by: Jelly London
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Leaders

Rankin's climactic new film for Coco De Mer is definitely NSFW

“Sex sells” is a cliché so run into the ground it's probably as old as advertising itself, but that doesn't make it any less true, and it doesn't mean that there are not still a few creative masterminds out there who are ready to...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

M&C Saatchi's CD to judge Knog film contest

Ben Welsh, the executive creative director at M&C Saatchi, has been announced as a judge on the panel for the unique “No Ordinary Night” film content by Knog; the urban bike lighting brand. He joins Rolling Stone editor Mat Cotye and Knog...

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An Alien of Ariake stars in Saga city promotion film

Geometry Global Japan has launched a new film to draw visitors to Saga City, Japan. The film, ‘Alien of Ariake - W · R · S · B’, features an alien creature of the in the nearby Ariake Sea. Created for Saga City, the film...

Posted by: Ogilvy & Mather Japan
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Havas Worldwide and Iris gain new heads of film

Last week there was a bit of a shakeup at Havas Worldwide London, with Leila Bartlam leaving the agency for a job at Iris as head of TV, film and content, and Lucy Powell moving to claim Bartlam's vacated role. Powell has been a TV producer at Havas...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Workshop

Making better worlds together, with UNICEF and VaynerMedia

On World Refugee Day (20th June) UNICEF launched a campaign to encourage people to think differently about refugee and migrant children, to focus on what the adoptive communities gain. Created by VaynerMedia, its team of senior art director Lianne...

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What if holding a candy bar could get you killed?

Implicit racial bias is deadly. "A black person is three times more likely to be killed by the police in America, too often when armed with nothing more than a candy bar." It sadly comes to the surprise of no one that there is an implicit bias in...

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Workshop

The Scarring #Wombstories by Chelsea Pictures, Bodyform & AMVBBDO

When we first looked at #Wombstories and how many incredible names went into creating it, we instantly thought: "damn, this is good. Like, Award-good." Having a male magazine editor doesn't help with saying this, so we'll borrow a few words from the...

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Leaders

Learning from Failures with Oliver Fuselier

Few people make their way in your heart like Great Guns USA managing director Oliver Fuselier does. Reading him as he tells stories of his remote and recent past is heartwarming and enough to paint a beautiful, comprehensive picture of an ambitious...

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Industry

Global creative calendar: August 2020

These days, you may be hard pressed to feel much excitement about building your career and reaching for the stars. For almost everyone, the challenges are staggering. Still, looking at all the ways innovative people and groups are uniting to educate,...

Posted by: The Darnell Works Agency
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Inspiration

The systematic lenses of Gasper De Souza

Some creatives fear process. This is not the case of videographer, editor and writer Gasper De Souza. Born in Mumbai and now living in Goa, India, Gasper's creative process is structured and organised, filled with little tricks and tips that make...

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Inspiration

Learning to take constructive feedback with Sinelab

Every work of art is like a child to its author. If you're creating a game, writing a book or spending time on an illustration, it is natural to feel attached to it. But how are you going to learn if you don't stay detached from your works? Digital...

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Workshop

Gotham Reads... For the smile of a child

"There is something about storytelling that expands the heart and soul of a child." This is how Andrew Geller from 1stAveMachine talks about the heartwarming Gotham Reads initiative, a YouTube channel gathering top celebrities, authors and creatives...

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Inspiration

Mark Harfield's Long-Lasting Love for Art

Mark Harfield wants to be like Pierre Soulages, Al Hirshfeld or Jean-Jacques Sempé. He wants to keep loving art for the rest of his life, and work hard enough to keep creating in his twilight years - perhaps as he enjoys some nice travel across...

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