Percipient thought-pieces and opinions from some of
the world’s most respected industry leaders.
With gender equality being a primary concern in live-action production, Final Frontier EP Julieta Zajaczkowski asks if enough is being done in the commercial animation sector.
In the first of an ongoing, monthly series about various aspects of culture and their impact on advertising, shots' Culture Editor Amy Kean talks to comedian Sooz Kempner about how to conduct yourself on social media and avoid being a Reply Guy, or worse...
Strong, indefatigable, heroic... Black people are seen as tough customers because, well, they'd have to be to progress in a world - and in an industry - where the odds are stacked against them. But, argues Siân Blackman, Senior Account Manager at Creativebrief, being seen as strong could ultimately be a weakness in the fight for equality.
As the screen-watching landscape continues to change and viewing habits switch, can television - and therefore television advertising - hold its own? The Moon Unit examine the future of 'the hearth of the 20th century'.
Helping expose the boys club of stunt driving in the ad industry, the founders members of the Association of Women Drivers, Angela Meryl, Olivia Summers, and Dee Bryant, sit down and talk about their favorite stunts, tricks, and how the ad industry can achieve equity.
Is diversity a trend on which big brands, agencies and others in the advertising industry are attempting to capitalise? Dan Mallerman, Partner and Head of New Business at Kode, hopes not.
Four months after the advertising industry pledged to change for the better, Sophie Gold, Founder & Executive Producer of Eleanor, asks how much work has really been done and where do we go from here?
To coincide with the launch of their News School collaboration with the Financial times – a two-week intensive education programme that recruits young people from less advantaged backgrounds - Brooklyn Brothers' Chief Creative Officer George Bryant and Head of Strategy Will Sansom discuss what it means to actively encourage class-diversity.