In a fun and interesting slice of branded content, beautiful-game obsessives talk through their fandom and viewing rituals.
In the directing duo's second collaboration with NYC-based group Lewis Del Mar, photo montage and stop-motion are used to dizzying and dazzling effect.
In a swift montage of candid clips from late-night Burger King stores, we're reminded of the nightmare that is drunken revellers.
In a charming experimental short, potential movements and personalities of various household items are brought to life.
Whiplash and La La Land director Damien Chazelle risks the rage of cinephiles by shooting a 9-minute, genre-swapping short in *gulp* 9:16 aspect ratio...
Backed by the singer's new release, My Future, the promo's gorgeous illustrations and unhurried paces makes for an atmospheric journey.
Taking its cue from nature documentaries, Life Below Water, created in a partnership between Google, Goodby Silverstein & Partners, United Nations and Tribeca Enterprises, utilizes God's own voice to battle plastic ocean pollution.
Launching the 20/21 shirt, The Mill-created animation has players in stitches.
Tom Sweetland’s film for the charity draws attention to the enduring loneliness of the elderly.
Taking self-reflection to new heights of horror and absurdity, Similar But Different directs this mind-bending new promo.
The political rage driving Run The Jewels' new track Ju$t, featuring Pharrell and Zack De La Rocha, is exuberantly expressed in Winston Hacking’s animated promo.
Beyond Food Foundation’s inspiring campaign reveals how the founder’s indomitable spirit is the homeless charity’s recipe for success.
When a gent recounts his dream to a pal in this surreal new spot for the clothing collaboration, things get... odd.
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Alex Grossman’s witty PSA re-imagines Batman as a clueless, maskless superhero shunned by society.
In animated moments from documentary Coup 53, Pick's painterly sensibilities make reconstructed wartime images look visceral and vibrant.
A few of our favourite short films from the past few weeks.
AJ Jefferies' bonkers animation may not be anatomically accurate, but it is acutely hilarious.
Part of MailChimp Presents Support the Shorts, this quartet of gripping, animated stories from refugee communities has won the SXSW Special Jury Recognition prize.
A new mini documentary for Omega highlights the role the watch brand had in one of space travel's most dramatic stories.
Capturing some of the heartfelt messages seen on buildings throughout the world, this touching film presents the care and compassion of strangers.
Shot on film and developed on-site at Focus Film, this short follows the father-daughter duo as they go through their working process.
Director Saam Gabbay documents lockdown life via a virtual birthday get-together.
As a young star keeper leads the moon around its orbit, disaster strikes when a meteor knocks their staff out of their hand and the entire astrological machine grinds to a universal halt.
Challenging stereotypes, this short documentary focuses on Keiara Wade of the Compton Cowboys, a group dedicated to uplifting their community, and reteaching Black history through farm education and horseback riding.
In an uplifting spot for telecommunications company Proximus, a young lad leaps and larks around a hyper-connected household.
As the UK business sector continues its resurrection after the coronavirus lockdown this new campaign aims to promote small businesses across the country.
Composer Ludwig Göransson, who recently received an Emmy nom for his score on The Mandalorian, takes center stage in this design-heavy music video from Reprobates.