Percipient thought-pieces and opinions from some of
the world’s most respected industry leaders.
Ahead of the CDA 2019, three top casting directors unpack this year's talking points and trends.
This month Amy Kean wonders why we're afraid of emotion, especially when it's displayed by women. If emotion can help Captain Marvel storm the box office and save the universe then we should be harnessing it, not holding it back.
The master of stop-motion talks to Jamie Madge about tweaking reality and twisting perception.
The explosion of influencer marketing on social media has highlighted some strange and inhuman hitchhikers. International creative services company, The Moon Unit, dives into this weird world, examining the creators, and the curious ethical issues that surround them.
From the Economist's classic print ads to Domino’s cheesy pun-generating bot, Tim Cumming explores the weird and wonderful world of wordplay in advertising.
Director and lord of the dance, Caviar's Henry Scholfield, breaks down the language of movement in film.
International Women’s Day, Pride and Black History Month are important dates in the calendar, but real diversity can only be achieved through constant effort and progress, argues Eira Ellis, Head of Creative Production at Hogarth Worldwide.
Is humour still a crucial part of advertising? Has the Trump/Brexit axis of twattery and other woes of the world nudged mirth off the menu? Has snowflakery pushed us from joke to woke? Carol Cooper and industry pros take a look at lols in adland.