The refugee organisation’s installation highlights the horrific fact that since 2018, no less than 18,292 children fleeing war or poverty have been lost in Europe.
The Thai department store's new campaign shows that even the most enlightened of us can't resist temptation.
Three masterful mini-movies from Primo Content's Nico Perez Veiga continue the brand's tradition of promoting seasonal munificence.
The animal rights charity’s Christmas campaign suggests a vegan festive feast with a sweet story about an adorable tiny Turkey.
Elephant’s colourful campaign positions the vehicle hire company as the perfect solution for the times when life doesn’t go according to plan.
A young girl and a curious creature made from discarded cables form an unlikely friendship in Nexus Studio's playful animation for the refurbished device marketplace.
If you're not already excited about England's start to their World Cup campaign, this film from the English Football Association could do the trick.
Telling the bittersweet tale of Mrs Hayes and her ‘57 Chevrolet Nomad, Commonwealth//McCann and Joshua Kissi create an emotive short that doesn't skimp on the nostalgia.
The online gaming site’s playful new campaign has a cheerfully gingery aesthetic that champions all things foxy.
BBDO’s playful spot positions the department store as the place to find holiday gifts for even the hardest-to-please relatives this Christmas.
These five jive-tastic films for Ubisoft’s legendary Just Dance game feature dancers that were born to boogie, continuously.
Saad Mosajee’s enchanting music video for Woodkid’s Reactor is a surreal, poetic dance between organic and manmade forces visualised through a spectacular 3D animation.
The life insurance company rewrites a classic holiday song to inspire honest and non-confrontational financial conversations this holiday season.
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This film for the French housing charity Fondation Abbé Pierre is a beautiful story of a young man’s journey from family strife, to the streets, and finally to a place of his own.
Grey London's frenetic collision of football and festivities is a short, wild (sleigh) ride of comedic imagery and Carol of the Bells.
A few of our favourite short films from the past few weeks.
Ipseity paints a portrait of Marisa, a mother on a difficult and visceral journey, re-defining beauty, sacrifice and our uniquely human ability to define our own destiny.
This short film, just released after a festival run, combines high-kicking martial arts with a selection of obnoxious cocktail party guests.
YDA-winning filmmaker Eno Freedman delivers another blisteringly funny – and candid – satire on the trials of making it in the film industry.
This darkly comic short, directed by Bianca Poletti through Epoch Films, takes a cynical look at how the language of liberation can be used as means of manipulation.
This moving spot by POL for the Norwegian Postal Service draws attention to the contradictions and conflicts that lie within us all when it comes to climate change and Christmas.
The video for the Mexican-American singer’s new track Evergreen expresses inner heartbreak through a disintegrating interior.
Greg Barth and Rodrigo Penalosa's powerful mock spot uses shock humour and real facts to raise awareness of the human rights violations surrounding the Qatar FIFA World Cup.
The camping equipment brand encourages us to get outside and discover the world with three scenic spots created by 72andSunny.
In Sid Lee's heartfelt animated spot for the supermarket chain, a family pays homage to their beloved aunty at Christmas by recreating her dreaded meat-based dish.