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In a darkly humorous spot for Drug Free Kids Canada, pointing out the pitfalls of edibles, some candy bears prove that they ain't so sweet.
In this quirky ad out of Forsman and Bodenfors, the daily lives of people at work are interrupted by unloaded papers, glitching coffee, and falling plans.
Time is money, or so the saying goes, and this campaign from IKEA is a case in point.
A new campaign for Ecover from Uncommon London looks to wage war against our wasteful fashion habits.
A montage of sad stories is turned around in this touching commercial for the Greek chocolate company.
In the striking film from BBDO New York for American Red Cross and American Cancer Society, a woman's turbulent tale is told through stark images.
This short film, called The Back of My Mind, is a dark and oddly mysterious tale that merges fiction and reality.
Everyone loves a good story, especially if it’s something so absurd that it couldn’t possibly happen…but, could it? What happens then?
Rodeo relives nineties fantasies as Lil Nas X searches for blood and neon latex trenchcoats.
In a bonkers new campaign for KFC in Greece, some excitable digits are given their own distinct personalities.
The production company's five-part documentary series for ON running follows a group of ZAP Endurance runners training for Olympic entry.
This new brand spot for Sony's PlayStation 4 is designed to give viewers a taste of the powerful emotions gamers feel when playing on the console.
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Scandinavian Airlines' new film takes a tongue-in-cheek, celebratory look at what elements of culture the Scandis pilfered from elsewhere.
Channeling Watership Down, Ralph Bakshi and Heavy Metal, Mike Burakoff's video for the band's new single is a heartfelt and gorgeous look into the mind of a troubled young boy.
A few of our favourite short films from the past few weeks.
Director Ben Callner brilliantly reimagines the classic boy-meets-girl story as a series of spots for ice-cream, pet food, mobile networks and more.
Andrea Vinciguerra's hilarious short sees some unfortunate folk accidentally spark the disco impulses in others.
This short film by first-time director Aella Jordan-Edge, which has been released after being on the festival circuit, is about two women at different stages in their lives.
The Coyle-Larner Brothers kick off their directing career with this emotionally impactful promo for Arlo Parks.
Photography comes to the fore as a series of camera-wielding people look for the perfect angle in this spot for Greece's largest fast food chain.
Director Valentine Reinhardt creates a candy-coloured world of crazy for miniature musician.
Colombia’s biggest beer brand aims to put the lid on irresponsible drinking.
72andSunny Amsterdam collaborates with coding school to create hidden portraits of refugees turned web developers.