Italy’s ad industry struggles in the midst of broiling economic turmoil, with lay-offs more abundant than briefs.
It’s hardly been a vintage year for French advertising, but some bright lights are shining through the winter fog.
Katya Bazilevskaya of Look At Media, opines on issues from inappropriate apps to 'no-skip' video pre-rolls.
shots examines the challenges of the ad scene in Spain, which hopes to rise like a phoenix from the economic ashes.
How shy schoolgirl Siri Bunford became a top director, not beyond a spot of door-stopping to get what she wants.
Davud Karbassioun discusses his journey from Eurotrash kid to powering some of the finest spots of recent years.
The brains behind some of Levi’s classic TVCs including Creek and Drugstore for BBH.
Comforted by a twin bro, Leo Woodhead weathered an unsettling boyhood to develop a robust filmmaker’s soul.
Antonio Navas started out as a ‘secretary’ but he’s now the highly-awarded ECD of Saatchi & Saatchi New Zealand.
Explanatory labels don’t readily stick to The Glue Society as founders Gary Freedman and Jonathan Kneebone explain.
Hamish Rothwell ponders baboons discussing budgets, the cruelty of violins & proves as entertaining as his fillms.
Despite making her first ad at seven Hannah Hilliard didn't know her job title till she read it in the paper.
Creativity is The Monkeys' business and from TV shows to branding to music, these monkeys can, and these monkeys do
Nathalie Melato, co-founder of design studio Hellohikimori.
Bagging top work and signing hot directors, prod co Henry de Czar is an exciting addition to the Parisian scene.
Pierre & Bertrand the former graffiti artists, now co-founders of Mécanique Film on the things they did for love.
Emerging from the shadows of Fred & Farid, Marcel has been enjoying prominence both geographically & at Award shows
The global CD of the Publicis Group, talks about politics, economics, and poking fun at the competition.
As far as the advertising industry goes, the general feeling is less than gay in Paree.
The first thing to know about PostPanic Amsterdam is that it’s not a post house.
shots meets the alarmingly creative Blinkart directors, Lernert & Sander
"It's a sickness though, creativity... right?"
The Whitehouse Post has expanded to Amsterdam, merging with established post production house The Ambassadors.
How thriving agencies are making bridges over the untroubled waters of the Dutch city.