A (very) weird and wonderful Christmas tale from directing collective Llamallama, that's also very 'on-message'.
LEGO celebrates its 80th anniversary with this 17-minute animated tale recounting the brand's history.
Former shots new director Julia Pott tells a coming of age tale that delves below the surface in this short film.
Jamie Hewlett directs Converse's latest musical collaboration featuring Gorillaz, Andre 3000 and James Murphy.
Spike Jonze presents a charming love story, co-directed by Simon Cahn and featuring designs from Olympia Le-Tan.
Director Pete Candeland takes charge on a selection of music-themed animated shorts for Red Bull.
Feeling stranded at sea? Psyop helm this animated beauty to help you get back to you, created via AMV BBDO.
For the last edition of the Gears of War trilogy, Adam Berg and Digital Domain join forces to bid farewell.
Johnny Kelly directs this video for the cover of Coldplay's The Scientist by Willie Nelson for Chipotle.
The Kia hamsters are back for a dance-off with some futuristic robots in this new one from Mark Romanek.
For the launch of the third instalment of Deux Ex, Human Revolution, DDB in Los Angeles muse on humanity.
WIZZ directors Alfred & René delve behind the French psyche in this spot for radio station RTL.
Psyop and Smuggler keep things running smoothly and showcase some liquid engineering for Castrol.
DDB Paris and Wanda return with a new daydream for Tiji, this time directed by animation duo Akama.
Droga5 and Three Legged Legs remind us to look out for each in this catchy animation for Method and Virgin.
Shilo fuse live action and design to showcase NFL player Julio Jones' prowess in this spot for Under Armour.
Strange Beast director Transistor delves between the pages and brings books to life in this promo for the BBC.
This retro tom cat is getting his end away all over town in the latest AIDES film, from GSP and againstallodds.
Rane Tiukkanen gets the big guns out again in this second spot for the Swedish Armed Forces.
Two soldiers divided by the Berlin Wall are united by their love of power ballads.
W+K London and Pic Pic Andre say au revoir to the trusty Cravendale trio Cow, Pirate and Cyclist.