The South Korean gold medalist speed skater and national icon's bravery in confronting her experience with systematic physical, sexual and mental abuse is poetically visualised in this rousing spot from Crown&Owls.
The directing duo, alongside agency Kaspen/Jung von Matt, create a fast-paced collage of techniques to advertise the beer brand.
After a Red Bull Denmark F1 event in Copenhagen, a driver, car, and film crew were given free reign over the regions' countryside.
This bright, jazz-inspired video is full of slick edits, evocative movements, and was made as a testimony to the beautiful and vibrant parts of San Francisco.
Communications company Cox employs volunteers to help those who are isolated and lonely during the coronavirus pandemic.
In a stark film, shot in Sydney during the lockdown, the environmental movement questions if we should be looking at what 'normal' we want to head back to.
In their entertaining, made-on-a shoestring short The High Ridge, filmmakers Lasseur-Groh show us that bounty hunting doesn't stop domestic arguements.
London-based creative studio Truant has created a thought-provoking film to make people think twice about falling back into the old, pre-Covid 'normal' once quarantine lifts.
Utilising the cast of mockumentary comedy horror series Wellington Paranormal, Wrestler's 15-part web-series is a funny yet frank discussion of safety dos and don'ts.
Using the humble pastry treat as an example, M&C Saatchi Sydney creates an epic ode to the joy of sport (and sporting attendance) for TAB.
In a sweet tribute to the NHS, the Tantrum director has cooked up a fresh and funny animated rainbow made up of socialy shared images.
This new Thai campaign for SCG Home shows that a room with a view isn't always what it seems to be.
This beautiful, people-free film from Ringan Ledwidge sheds some light on the the bank's thoughts for the future of America.
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Following the titular Lou, Fred & Farid Paris' three-minute short for the French retailer is a tale of a young lady's reaction to a disrupted homelife.
Through a series of frantically edited stills, the supermarket thanks its employees by making them the stars of the show.
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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.
A new short film celebrates an unusual - but no less important for it - international day of recognition that encourages women to dish out the self-love.
In a heartwarming and well-crafted spot, the fizzy-pop leviathan takes a look at some of of Latin America's small shops and shop-owners, reminding people that they're keeping us all fed and watered.
The retail giant broadcasts a message of hope via silver-tongued rapping employee Terrell ‘Trizz’ Myles.
In this uncomissioned ad for Chevrolet’s classic car, director Uros Arsenijevic plays with a toy car, this time with sound effects, smoke, and a little bit of movie magic.
In this hypnotic and artistic ad set to The Weeknd’s Blinding Lights, Telia explores the strange and wonderful joys of staying inside, with the whole wifi-world at your fingertips.