The distinctive illustrative style of Roxane Campoy, through Passion Pictures, is put to good use in this dreamy spot for the UN agency.
In Never Forget, Simon Frederick's stark and powerful film launching 2021's Stephen Lawrence Day, a blend of famous and non-famous multicultural Britons speaking to camera about Lawrence's legacy.
With artistic angles, smooth animation, and sharp backgrounds, Hurt People Hurt People is beautiful, deeply expressive, and wonderfully weird.
It's a sensory overload as eLaLiga Santander takes to the pitch in this high-octane, colourful new campaign.
BB8, Megatron and Iron Man... along with a little boy called Harris... feature in this new campaign for Sky Q, the first in a five-part series.
Eerily pertinent, present-day survivors of car crashes read aloud statements sent to Volvo by angry customers when the car company first introduced the three-point seatbelt over 60 years ago.
In his latest collaboration with W+K Portland for Trolli, Sam Gainsborough smashes together five gummy-gobbling shorts into one epic stop-motion masacre.
With this clipart-crazy, fast-paced, vibrant ad, Fallon supports a disruptor in the tech marketplace by being as obnoxious and in your face as possible.
In Lisette Donkersloot's striking promo for Novo Amor's I Feel Better, the betrayal, heartache, solitude and rebirth splitting up brings on is dramatically captured.
In a pair of comedic spots from Droga5 for Amazon's omnipresent assistant, high drama is cut-off by audience members' specific demands.
The future looks blurred for those ignoring The College of Optometrists’ insightful campaign.
Surrey Hospitals Foundation launches a fundraising campaign featuring heart-warming tales of indomitable spirit.
In 2018 Greenpeace UK’s Rang Tan, shot to fame when it was banned from UK TV screens after being deemed too political by the advertising approval agency. Now Greenpeace is back with another hard-hitting film about the consequences of deforestation.
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BBC Sounds launches a trippy trailer celebrating the musical metamorphosis listeners can enjoy.
Matthew Branning’s chilling film warns of the dangers of not voting in the upcoming US election.
Let's keep it short
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.
The punk three-piece run in fear in this humorous promo from Ed Hobson.
Partnership to End Addiction releases a poignant animation as part of its campaign stressing the role of personal connections in treating addicts.
Bob the Drag Queen and Peppermint, two stars of RuPaul’s Drag Race, take their musical stylings to the polls, encouraging people in key swing states to vote.
Against the looming Pyrenees mountains, three women confront fears and intimacy in this hypnotic promo.
In their first ad for Bloom & Wild, a young woman attempts to find the right words to express her love and support, remembering their complex and emotionally difficult past.