British Airways are back with a new brand campaign created through BBH London, kicking off with this spot from Frederic Planchon and Academy Films. Going back to the roots of flying and heralding the early aviators, the film was launched on the airline's Facebook page first.
American satirist PJ O'Rourke is sat in an airport lounge. Addressing the camera he begins
This commercial uses a great deal of aerial photography as people walk in grouped formations
A series of fantastical or dreamlike events are linked together. The scenes consist of a
Guy Shelmerdine raises a few voices with a family's light-hearted debate over the breakfast table.
Wash away your post-Cannes blues with some clean choreography from Johan Renck for Axe shower gel.
Suggs and co rework their iconic hit in the latest from the Slow the Pace campaign, directed by Andy McLeod.
Frederic Planchon shows us that there's no I in bank, in this spot for Societe Generale.
There's something in the air in this spot from director Frederic Planchon through AMV BBDO.
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Planchon's Midnight Madness