The rideshare company has created a digital series that focusses on immigration across America, highlighting individuals and communities under threat by current US government policies.
In these new short documentaries we meet a selection of people for whom famous donut purveyors, Dunkin', is more than just a place to buy sweet treats.
Director Sam Huntley is behind this new, hard-hitting spot for charitable organisation Action for Children.
The Co-Founder of Paris-based agency Altmann&Pacreau, Olivier Altmann, on monitoring his sons' finances, the brilliance of a modern ballet and why agencies need to stop giving their thoughts away for free.
The Thai energy drink brand has launched a new campaign that celebrates the will of the Chinese people to keep going no matter how hard things get.
In this new campaign Pizza Pops has recruited real life oddballs to launch a rallying cry to fellow weirdos across Canada.
After picking up a Gold Screen in the Charity category at this year's YDA, Martin Norgaard Furze and Mette Carla talk about the art of collaboration, the importance of research and the "gut-wrenching" things on the dark web.
This new spot for French telecoms company, Bouygues, has 20 different references to Netflix shows hidden within it.
The Walking Fish, a fantastical tale about a mutsugorou (or mudskipper) that evolves into a girl, wowed this year's YDA judges. Here, its director, Thessa Meijer, discusses the inspiration for her film and why working in a foreign language was brilliantly challenging.
House of Cards' Michael Kelly stars in this new campaign for Supercuts which finds humour in hair... or the lack of it.
Jonas Hegi [pictured left], one half of Jonas & Julien, the RadicalMedia repped directing duo, reveals a film we should all make a point to watch, the art that inspires awe and his hopes for a greener industry.
This new spot for the responsible surf brand is a beautiful reminder of what can happen when craft, conservation and creativity combine.
Danny Edwards is the co-editor of shots and, alongside Jamie Madge, is responsible for the editorial output of shots and its events. He has served on a variety of advertising award show juries including the AICP Awards, the Young Director Awards, the Epica Awards and the Music Video Awards, and has chaired events in Cannes as well as other leading festivals.
He has also written for media publications including Screen International, The Cannes Lions Daily and The Guardian. Danny hates musicals, loves comic books and is ambivalent towards Marmite.
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