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Helsinki's Otto Film helps Lidl power a city. Italy-based Filmmaster demonstrates the potency of just one little blue pill for Fiat, while Believe Media gets us there in style for Cadillac. Katie Truelove moves to Marshall Street, news from MTh, Mirada plus more.
Humble helps Slomin keep our homes safe. Smuggler and Gatorade bid an emotional farewell to Derek Jeter while Nametag tells us to 'Be a Man.' We hope to see you at our New York SourceECreative Presents (see below for details).
Th1ng helps Frankie Goes to Hollywood frontman Holly Johnson back into love, Good Egg cracks a smile for German candy, Mr. Tom and Bang makes some noise about hunger for Caritas. Signing news, events and more.
Stink helps Jeff Bridges spin a tale for Kahlua, Clockwork gets 'footy' for Arnotts and 8th Street brings the bacon home for Hormel. Germany's Ciclope Festival deadline nears and more.
Australia-based Guilty pleads 'no contest' with the irreverent 'How to Talk to Australians.' US music house Elias scores summer for Target, while global WHP puts Fenway Park's famous Green Monster in your living room for Benjamin Moore.
Vagabond Films keeps Samsung kicking while RSA helps 'The Times' continue to inform and Light of Day shines on the issue of safety for J&J. Ciclope boasts of a special guest, signing news and more.
This week Animated Storyboards goes in to battle for Coty, Nonfiction tells all for Holiday Inn and Window sees its way clear for the intro of Nike's KD shoe. These stories plus others.
MassiveMusic Amsterdam creates a cool new sound for an old cold treat. T-Eight Singapore sizzles. Emmy buzz for California's Big Block and their stellar work on 'Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey.' These stories and more.
Independent London's Stella Artois work introduces Rufus, who keeps Wimbledon's Centre Court free of intruders. Czar Belgium rocks the World Cup and Stun wows the ad world. Signing news from Martone and Harpoon plus more.
As Cannes and the FIFA World Cup 2014 kick off, so does work from Zola for Claro, MassMessage for Medifoam and greatguns for OPPO. JWT appoints Matt Eastwood Worldwide CCO, MPC offers Cannes app and more.
Japan's AOI takes us into space via a first rate education from the University of Tokyo. Jakarta's Seven Sunday shares the thrill of the Honda Blade as it whips around the track. Signings, events and more.
Believe Media pays homage to the Commander in Chief at the White House's Correspondents' dinner, PSP takes on Shakira, South Africa's Air helps with Hollard Insurance's greeting. Signing news and other tidbits in this SEC newsletter.
In this week's newsletter we see work from Miami-based Letca, London's Independent and New York's Scarlett. Australia's The Feds and London's Salt.TV share their accolades, while Arnold, W+K and TBWA broadcast their inspiration.
This week we marvel at DNA's USPS tie-in with Spider-Man 2 and Stan Lee, while Passion Pictures connects Bank of America with Popeye. Newport Beach Film Festival accolades for Superlounge, signing news at Frank and more.
Work from bicoastal Big Block helps us to explore the Cosmos, BBDO Germany sends an invitation into the cosmos, while Mumbai's Offroad Films punctuates that the need for affordable healthcare is global. Signing news and more.
Korea-based MassMessAge helps to unveil Samsung's Galaxy S5. Italy's Filmgood illustrates the effects of 'drinking and driving' for Sogni D'Oro tea, while MPC London grades Terry Gilliam's latest sci-fi release, 'The Zero Theorem.' Signings and more.
Warsaw and New York-based Platige bring the Olympic Torch home for the BBC, South Africa's Air Films proves that wallets can talk as well as the money inside. Signings at Humble, Fluid, Decon and more.
New work from London's Knucklehead helps Expedia to help you "Find Your Story," while US-based One at Optimus elevates Lil BUB to national cat status. Signings at Aussie-based Film Motel, London's Independent and more.
Super Bowl XLVIII kicked off with work from London-based Passion Pictures, Santa Monica's HUM and the New York office of Work. Signing news from Italy's The Family, German-based Cobblestone, London's Bootleg and more.
Work from US-based 1stAveMachine introducing their new Thingamabob series, London's Picasso Pictures keeps it real for Cyber Street Wise. Signing news at Melbourne's Airbag and London-based RSA. Vagabond, SA turns 11, Bent opens in Spain, plus more.
The New Year kicks off with BMW work from Shanghai's Eagle Media and Pepsi's UK launch of Retro out of London-based 76 Ltd. Signing news at Istanbul's Spark, bi-coastal Believe Media launches Dapper and more.
Santa Monica's Green Dot Films spreads holiday cheer Cali-style for Nokia, London-based Tantrum gets gangsta for BBC One. Signing news from London's Partizan, German-based Bakery Films rebrands as Rabbicorn Media and more.
London-based Pulse Films keeps Bob Dylan's beat rolling while Sizzer Amsterdam helps to intro the Google Nexus 5. Tod Puckett named HP at San Fran's GSP. Signings at Colombia's Los Notarios, London's Rattling Stick and more.
London's HLA tours around London and Paris for Eurostar while Wondros U.S. rings in the season with Joe Boxer. Exciting recognition for NY ad agency Translation along with signing news at Sydney's WINDOW and others.
A "Grand Piano" concerto from Madrid-based Planta Films, hot hygiene from Bangkok's Dir4 for Nivea, Portland agency VIA stays true to Ray Liotta's tough guy image for 1800 Silver and award news from Brazil's Zola plus more.
Dallas-based ad agency Moroch wins co-op biz for McD's. London's Framestore makes "Dr. Who" retrospective picture perfect. German-based TwinFilm signs Susanne Dittrich, while New York's Northern Lights takes home award honors.
Signing news from German-based @view-finder, Hungry Man's UK office and Australia's Clockwork. Work to be noticed from 88storey in the Philippines, Miami-based Letca along with London-based Riff Raff plus more.
New work from Australia-based Jungleboys brings 'hunky' to the outback for Old Spice while London's Marshall Street Editors travels with British Air plus experiential work from Italy's Movie Magic. U.S. signings at Leviathan, Decon and more.
Istanbul's Spark sizzles for Axe, New York's Artist Co. helps survivors of Sandy Hook. BBDO Moscow saves lives for the Zeus Foundation, BBH London brings it home for British Air. Signing news and more.
Hamburg agency Philipp & Keuntje spins a tale for Audi, London's AMV/BBDO gets moving with work for Adidas while Chicago-based VSA keeps the momentum going for Harley-Davidson. Signings at Paris Wanda, L.A.'s Modus Operandi, plus more.
Summer winds down with back to school work from Limey for Elmers, Hummingbird sings a song for Brillo. Signing news at Rushes and Shilo with creative from Goodby Silverstein, Lowe Campbell Ewald, plus more.
New work from L.A.'s Community Films for Downy makes life softer. Smuggler London welcomes Prince Georgie with a 'cold one' for Carling, while London's Independent Films' Indy8 division helps change the world for Greenpeace, and more.
Portugal's PSP helps grocery chain Rewe feed Germany, London's Salt.TV keeps us connected with Samsung, Australia's The Feds brings MTV reality to the continent, New York's Duotone scores history for Bacardi, signings and more.
Wrapping up Cannes 2013, is work from Ntropic and Epoch. Signing news from Window Productions in Sydney and London's Bang TV, with new work from Madrid-based Blur, Se7en Sunday in Jakarta, and more.
Check out the Cannes winners, plus work from Buenos Aires' Landia for Schweppes, California-based 3MC for Samsung and Oregon's Limbo for Precor. Signings at Filmgood in San Marino, London's Park Pictures, Australia-based Airbag, and more.
New work from Brazil-based Zola, India's Bang Bang Films and P.I.G. in China. Signings at MK in Chicago, Aero in L.A., Smoke & Mirrors in New York, plus more.
Signing news from Passion Pictures, Spy and Passion RAW with new work from Tantor Films, Emoto Music and Kaboom. Award season announcements from Cirkus, B-Reel and more in this SEC newsletter.
Work from Light Of Day helps to "Move Your Body" for Michelle Obama and the Wat-Ahh! Foundation, PSP brings flower power to 2013 in "Hippie Reloaded" for cell carrier O2. Signings at Laika and Tattoo plus more...
New work spanning the globe from Frame, Wanda, Velocity and Parasol Island. Signing news from HSI London, Home.corp, Humble, Hinge Digital plus much more in this week's SEC newsletter.
This newsletter sees signings from Blink and Northern Lights, new work from Nicholas Berglund and Biscuit plus agency creative work from 180 and David & Goliath plus more...
We are greeted with new work from Good Egg, Partizan and Big Block and signing announcements from Filmgraphics and Hello!, award recognitions at Caviar, Moxie plus more.
Spring blooms with new work from Bakery, Sandwick and Recommended, as well as signing news from Poetica, MassiveMusic and 76 Ltd. Agencies flourish with work from AMV BBDO and an anticipated move from Campbell Ewald.
As we brave the cold, new work from TWC, Hooligan and Stardust warms. Signings from The Feds, Lee Films and FRANK intrigue, while calls for entries from YDA and AMP excite. This and other news fills our newsletter.
Moves from around the globe fill this SEC newsletter with signing news from who's mcqueen, The Lift, Liquid Animation and others. Exciting new media with work from Nexus, Tantor, greatguns plus more.
Beyond Super Bowl XLVII spots, this week's SEC newsletter is chock full of new work from Italy's Filmmaster, Sweden's Milford Film and the US' Paydirt, while signings are abound at Dubai's Joy Films, Gorgeous plus more.
Verizon work from Sonic Union; Therapy's documentary about the end of a music era; Signings from Spy, Epoch, Parasol Island and Wanda plus other news and tidbits in this SEC newsletter.
As 2013 begins, we reflect back on the holidays that were filled with Christmas cheer from Aardman for Google, good will from Foundation for Walmart and new beginnings for George Jecel with Hello! More in our first 2013 newsletter.
Shopping in Dubai with City Films; Rocking out with jumP and The Stones; Giving the gift of life with Elastic and the Red Cross; see what else is going on this 2012 holiday season in Sourceecreative's December 17, newsletter
SH Premium Covers China; Caviar creates escape for Ford; Zentner brings chocolate to Turkey; Rogue finds destination for Honda; Lopez hooks up with new endeavor after "Idol;" Chase lands at Oil Factory; More signings, promotions and happenings in this edition of SourceEcreative's newsletter.
Great Guns' Ash remembers Remembrance Day, Little Lamb cleans up with Tide, Park Village can't Waitrose for Christmas, Curious Film escapes for MTV Exit, Blur goes dipping for Nestle, Giraldi croons for Toyota, Filmgraphics gets buggy and Partizan aids Rockaway. All that and more, with creative news from Arnold and RPA, signings at atSwim, Whitehouse and Lucky Twentyone and news from Sandwick Films and East Pleasant.
Great Guns goes hunting for Hippo, Uber Content's Schiot animates for sleeping kids, Clutch energizes SandRidge, Limey heads to South Korea for Hyundai, Big Machine gets scary for AMC's "Fright Night," Synthetic is serious about teen pregnancy, Utopic cuts a Pytka gem for McDonald's and Contrast Eye bugs out for HD Plus. Plus news from Helliventures and Bent Image Lab, fresh Nikon creative from McCann/New York and signings at Thomas Thomas, Wondros, Station, BRW and Aero.
Harvest plays with Pepsi, Filmmaster looks for Kobo, Sizzer sizzles for Diesel, Sonzero beautifies Macy's, Superfad scores for Fox Sports, Frame animates Toyota and lots, lots more in this edition. Also, news from Workhorse and Thornberg & Forester and Animal Logic in Australia, new creative from GSP and new talent at 1st Ave. Machine, A52 and Foundation Content.
Bond sips a Heineken, Dr. Oetker oozes sweet lava, Velocity evolves for VW, Rushes gets fashionable, Massive Music rides with Auto Trader, Sons & Daughters gets messy for Smythe and Cirkus animates Iinet. All that and more, along with news from Cortez Bros., Lively Group, Finch, Radar, Sesler, Milford Animation and Airbag, and new talent at Fast Cuts, Arcade, Therapy and Artbox.
GARTNER plants a tree for Enterprise, Stardust animates Corona fans, Famous Group rocks NFL arenas, Paranoid takes a trip with AT&T, 3008 cuts up for GameStop and audioEngine mixes Bud Light. Also new additions to Backyard, Hello!, Light of Day, Original, Nola, Optimus, Trollback, Bully, atSwim, Heard City and Kontagious, and news from The Family, Carbon VFX and MTh.
The Kia hamsters get some class, Sonys Xperia plays with frames, Audi pulls off a heist, Windows spreads the word for Nutella, Aardman gets in the Bullring, Modus Operandi brands EA and the Aussie director Paul Giggle gets down tonight for Hannahs. All that and more, plus new talent at Cutters, Amber, MPC, the Whitehouse, Bang and Click 3X.
Bouffant gets a taste of Pieman, BRW highlights Navy life, Sonic Union 'Sleepwalks,' Crossroads goes off-color with Betty White, Thomas Thomas packs on the weight for Pru, Three One O gets cozy with a killer and A Common Thread takes in the lights of L.A. All that and more, plus new talent at IDENTITY and Reel FX and news from Streetlight, Arsenal FX and Artbox.
PSP takes a ride in Lisbon, RPS cuts up for Go Daddy, Sonixphere flies with Boeing, Ntropic escapes with Ford, Calabash goes crazy for Cocoa Puffs, Motive finds jazz and Superlounge relaxes with Arco. All that and more, along with new campaigns from DNG and GSP and new talent at Sibling Rivalry, Art & Science, Greenpoint, Holiday Films, Kaboom, Stogo, TWC and Untitled.
Supply & Demand Integrated takes a dip for Fiat, humble runs with Mizuno, Rattling Stick saves for VW, Royale promos for E!, Nice Shoes animates for PDFA, Cirkus cuts up for Meadow Fresh and Optimus edits the taco drop. All this and more, along with new talent at Doppelganger, Bent Image Lab, 1stAveMachine, R+H, Boxer, Wilfrid Park and Pleasant Post.
Plaza's all wet for Lipton, Passion RAW transforms London for the BBC, Zentner helps Infiniti launch in China, Recommended races a VW, Limey talks up Cadillac, Big Block goes viral for car brands and DUCK animates more Olympians. All that and more, along with new talent at Wondros, Filp Films, Picrow, HOME.Corp and Sparks, and new top creative joins S&S Healthcare.
MacGuffin takes off for Verizon, WHITELABEL goes to China, the Whitehouse races with Lexus, Leftchannel enlivens nature, Foundation Content hits the beach and Kaboom! battles ketchup. All that and more, plus news from Goodoil, Famous Group, Element, Believe Media, Elastic and Superfad, and new talent at RPA, 53909, Modus Operandi, MPC, BlueRock, Synthetic, Optimus and Goodpenny.
Thomas Thomas does it for Blackberry, Wilfrid Park samples a taste of Italy, Final Cut & Chelsea get Evil, Caviar sips a little True Blood, Saparoff Music goes behind closed doors, R+H croons for Cape Cod, Garbanzo's boxed in for Uniqlo, Click 3X apps Promax and Stardust sets the stage at AICP. Plus news from Filmgraphics, Strange Beast, CHRLX, Workhorse Media and more, and signings at MTh, BNS, The Joneses, Untitled, MassMarket and Slim.
Fashion models go green for The Artists Company, Tool takes a nap, Woodshop puts in an order at Sonic, Hachiko gets relief with Halls, Assembly chows down at IHOP and Directorz sips some Maker's Mark. All that and more, along with news from Massive Music, BAKED FX, The Colony, The Mill and Trollback.
Artbox gets small for Madurodam, Crossroads is sweet on Kinder, Head Gear cruises with Prius, Quiet Man goes pop for Topps and Twist doubles down for Ameristar. All that and more, along with new talent at Airbag Prods., Big Block, Passion Pictures, Red Car, Mirror and others, and news from Asche & Spencer, Drive Thru, Dive, Rushes, SuperExploder and La Banda.
AOI tours L.A. for Intel, MassMessAge visits New York for Caffe Bene, Twin soaks up Bounty's spills, Aardman animates dancing teacups, Giraldi flips the bird for bourbon, Salt.TV practices CPR and Limey is in hot pursuit for Agent Provacateur. All that and more, plus news from Nomad Films, Sonixphere and Flying Saucer and new talent at Jump, Mass Market, Hooligan and City Films.
King & Country takes a ride for Motel 6, Bang boogies for Pirate's Booty, Grand Large springs into spring for JC Penney, HOME.corp gets sweet on Rowse Honey and Picrow heads north for Skrillex. Also, new signings at Final Cut, @Swim, Moo Studios, Wild(child), Picture Tree and Cut+Run, news from Filmmaster and Compulsive and a cool FB campaign from Arnold. All that and more.
The Shanghai Job gets smooth for KY, Thomas Thomas dances for New Era, 76 Ltd. has some fun with Alton Towers, Marshall Street gets busy with Puma and Believe Media checks into Residence Inn. Also, Bouffant gets a big head, 6 Point Media animates online, AKQA's Inamoto goes Next and Big Machine titles a Fox sitcom. All that and more in this edition.
Velvet sees 3D for LG, Drive Thru goes to the dogs, Gravity dreams for Pelephone, Lifelong Friendship Society takes to the clouds, Rooster scans your brain and Happy Ending creates a surfing doc for Nike. Plus new talent at Hello!, Chelsea, Decon, Passion, Light of Day, Bandito, Interrogate, Kaboom and Woodshop, and news from BBH, The Sweet Shop and Dattner Dispoto. All that and more.
Rattling Stick rattles the 3 Little Pigs, Yukfoo goes back to school, Black Dog rocks for Hoss, Platige animates childhood dreams, Bang Bang gets set for the IPL, Great Guns transforms a playground and Bent animates "Portlandia." Plus news from Rogue, Greenpoint, La Banda and Moo and new talent at Beauty Berlin, DNA, The Institute and R+H. All that and more.
Art Partner Film lavishes us with Beckham, Motion Theory explores the suburbs, King and Country goes to the store, iContent hits Macy's, Calabash has fun with germs and Charged Studio moves for UPS. Also news from Independent Productions in Beirut and signings at Salt in London, Code in Canada and Accomplice, Green Dot, The Joneses and Boxer in the US.
BRW USA slides with Jeep, Holiday does docu-style for Mars, Radioaktive plays with B&O, S&D visits Alberta and Digital Domain knuckles under. Plus BBH pokes Ricky Gervais and AKQA squares off against Vader, while ADFEST goes to the Cirkus and new talent lands at One at Optimus, Recommended, Wilfrid Park, Click 3X and others. All that and more.
The AICP calls for entries, Mustard gets cozy with college kids, Company 3 finds a partner in Mumbai, McG dances with Sofia Vergara for Diet Pepsi, Wild Plum rides with the Chevy Silverado and Goodpenny's Bruce Ashley helps Hugh Jackman on Broadway. Plus new talent lands at Passion Pictures, Circle Prods., Light of Day, Leviathan, BlueRock, The Mill, WSF and Crux Digital.
India's Greenply rocks with Equinox, Cortez Brothers cools it with Coors, Industry gets arty for Molson, Tate sees red for Skyy, Sons & Daughters makes the most with milk and Giraldi tries his hand at kids' play. All that and more, along with news from HELLO!, Pictures in a Row, The Artists Company and Thornberg & Forester, and new talent at Furlined and jumP.
Supply&Demand Integrated, Park Pictures and Knickerbocker Glory head for Park City; Energy BBDO and Moroch tap into holiday sentiments; new talent lands at Black Dog, Humble, Wilfrid Park, Chelsea, Foundation Content, 3008, WSF and Therapy; and new work breaks from Caviar, Alive & Well and Interrogate, among others. All that and more!
Hachiko parties down with Axe, Milk & Honey captures Cate Blanchett in Taiwan, Zoic fights on with Jeep, Landia learns to park for VW and Brand New School goes mobile for eBay and Toys for Tots. All this, along with signings at Mustard, The Famous Group, HelliVentures, HOME.Corp, a WHITELABEL product, Buck Boys, Nice Shoes, Stardust and more.
Little Lamb unleashes a flood for Huggies, Rockhard slims down with Mariah Carey, Paydirt pulls the heartstrings for the Clinton Foundation and Crush salutes the Canadian wilderness. Plus more new work from King & Country, Wild Plum, Protokulture and others, 3D news from Steele and Speedshape and new talent at Great Guns, Bully Pictures and Sound Lounge.
Motion Theory bounces for Chevy, Knucklehead gets wrapped up with Comparis, Head Gear cuts up with Prius, Cirkus plays games in China, Sweet Spot goes dancing and Light of Day gives us the finger. All that and more, along with new talent at First Wave, Fast Cuts, Red Car, Optimus, Pomann Sound and Lost Highway, and news from D4D and TEG.
The Shanghai Job reads from "The Vagina Diaries," Nomad flies over India for VW, Fueld brings Mexican soda to the US and Limey's 'Do Devil' tortures his Lenovo. Also, new talent lands at Crossroads UK, Supply & Demand Integrated, HOME.corp, Headroom Digital, Alive & Well, The Mill and Interrogate, and news from Nonfiction and Cut + Run.
BLU in Indonesia has a new name, Eallin in Prague has a new space, Passion RAW opens in New York and Paris and Chicago's Audio Post Group is helping Susan G. Komen. Also, new work breaks from Eight VFX, humble, Valins&Co. and Ring of Fire, among others. All that and more in this edition.
Emmy visits RSA and Lookout Entertainment, Young Guns alight at 1stAveMachine, Search Party rocks Milan, RPA gets talky for Honda, Venables Bell casts eBay in a new light and new work breaks from XYZ Studios, Saville, Caviar, LA.B, Radar, Bunker and more.
The Pocket Fest short film festival debuts in L.A., Radium/ReelFX wins big at the VMAs, new talent lands at No Smoke, Nice Shoes and MPC and new work breaks from Filmgraphics, Teaspoon, Ameba Film Company, Skunk, Great Guns, Fueld Films, Biscuit, Arcade Edit, Independent, Supply & Demand Integrated, Crossroads, Charlex and Method Studios.
Beirut's City Film makes us cry for Mother Nature, and New Zealand's Toybox folds fabric for Dilmah Tea. Also, new talent lands at Code Films and Make + Model, Elias Arts releases a new music video and Sonixphere bows in Chicago. All that and more.
Nola launches NolaMola, Harvest kids around with Russell Brand, Pomann relives the 90s, Hotspur & Argyle kicks it for The Sun and new talent lands at Mothership, Superlounge, jumP, the Whitehouse, Foundation Content, General Editorial and more. All that in this edition.
Simon Cowell gets all sappy on us, Head Gear goes to the zoo, Humble pumps up the ESPYs and Primal Scream highlights The V. Also, new talent lands at Chelsea, Bent Image Lab, Big Block and Stardust, among others. All this and more in this mid-summer issue.
MassMessAge jets away with Korean Air, Germany's Palladium is all wet for 4711, 76 Ltd. is telling more fairy tales for SKY and Caviar gets raunchy for K-Swiss. Plus there's new talent at Red Car, Peepshow, Madheart, Yessian and One @ Optimus, news from Trollback and Bang Bang and a web-based Intel film from P&O. All that, and more, below.
Deutsch and Bryan Buckley put the Manning brothers through a 2-minute drill, the APA launches the 'Beak Street Bugle,' Feelgood feels good for Nivea, weareflink gets animated for Skoda, jumP cuts up with the Boxer Rebellion and Toronto's Industry races with Honda. Plus new talent at Hello!, Favorite Color, Xenon and more.
Draftfcb names new production head, Bandits gets sexy in NYC, Breathe gets bouncy with Beyonce, SapientNitro talks trucks in Texas, Stardust finds a new lair in Santa Monica and new talent alights at Amber, Argyle Bros., MPC, Limey, Leviathan and more. All that and more in this edition.
Tom Kuntz gets buggy in Sydney, Cirkus storms Manhattan, Alexander Paul finds romance on the 10th Floor and London's Rogue rocks for Audi. All this, along with new work from Sweet Spot Content, Bandito Brothers, OPC, Hotspur & Argyle and others, new talent signings at McCann New York and Anonymous Content and news from Tool and The Lodge.
180/LA breaks a spot to die for, The Clan Too tosses Cokes around Taipei and Mothership finds a new launching pad. Also, new talent lands at Lair, 53909 and Bully Pictures, among others, and news from Knucklehead and Utopic. And more, all in this edition.
76 Ltd brings King Arthur back to life, LA.B Films marks Jeep's 70th, Charlex helps Queen Latifah mark CoverGirl's 50th and the Cortez Brothers really know how to cook. Also, new talent lands at Backyard, Bandito Bros., Beast, Biscuit, East Pleasant, Fluid, Limey, Nonfiction, Ntropic, Robot, Spy and Yessian.
Bob Giraldi and Bob Carr are named Living Legends, the CFP-E's Young Director deadline looms, Framestore takes Carlsberg to outer space, @radical.media names new sales reps and Believe Media, Little Minx, Public Art, Arcade Edit and Washington Square Films all add new talent.
FG Entertainment pays homage to '70s action films, TWC makes a shoe out of ping-pong balls and Slim Pictures gets sunny for Ray-Ban. All this and more, along with signing news from 1stAveMachine and The Colonie, news from SuperLounge and A Common Thread and more work than you can shake an Easter egg at.
Soup.Film shows off sexy boxes, Wilfrid Park meets the tax man, Hotspur & Argyle sits down to eat and Pysop revels in creamy yogurt. Plus new signings at Who's McQueen in Germany and Argyle Bros., RIOT and Radar in the US, news from Breathe Editing and Chop House and creative work from Saatchi and W+K.
Saab gets a 76 Ltd. style unveiling, Cirkus puts the babies to bed in a Tahuna Breaks music video, Landia shows off a flashy new ride to Argentinian bar hoppers and new talent abounds at Brand New School, Stable 7, Wild Plum, Sound Lounge, Nomad Edit and Synthetic. Read on for all the details...
New signings announced at Moxie, superstudio, Union Editorial, CoMPANY, Bully Pictures, Make + Model and others, hybrid helps a USA Today fave get noticed and Believe Media's Applebaum hooks up with Kardashian again! - all this and more in this edition.
New talent signings at Spontaneous, Bob Industries, Charlex, Partners/Toronto, Headroom, Cut + Run, Arcade Edit and more lead off this edition. Plus agency news from McCann and Wieden and new work from Nexus, Back to Basics in China and Supply + Demand. All that and more inside.
A gorilla in Malaysia gets a buzz cut via PRS Productions, Windows helps Sydney prep for Clean Up Australia Day, Amber Music celebrates its Minority-owned Business certification, BBDO throws Snickers fans to the sharks, Moroch staffs up, new directors sign at Hello!, Greenpoint and Beef. All this and more new work and production company news in this issue.
2011 kicks off at SourceEcreative with new creative from Fallon Worldwide, Innocean and Spike DDB, new work from Biscuit, Ring of Fire, Xposure, Nexus, Three (One) O, Moondog Edit and Flow Nonfiction, news from Cranbrook Films in Australia and Animal in the US and signings at Valins&Co. and Hoytboy. All that and more in this edition.
Oscar-nominees and winners meet up with Dior via Anonymous Content, City Films in Beirut creates a fantastic world for Batelco, Steele Studios makes Beyonce beautiful and Manic gets zany with titles for the PBS series "Circus." Also, new talent arrives at Renegade in Australia, Passion Pictures in London, School Editing in Toronto and The Institute, CoMPANY, The Mill and others in the US. All that and more in this edition.
We introduce a new section, 'Agency Creative,' for new campaigns, spots and web videos submitted by agency creative and production departments. Also in this edition, MPC has a big month, Finger gets lanced with an Arrow, new talent lands at Tool and Uber Content and new work abounds from the US, the UK, South Africa and Korea.
New work from Argentina's Landia leads off our newsletter, along with new stuff from King & Country, OPC, Sandwick, Story, A Common Thread and others, along with new talent signings at Chelsea, Collective in the US, FeedTheWalrus and Mechaniks, and news from Zoo Films, Company 3 and Production Services Portugal.
This edition of our newsletter includes big news from Bang Bang Films in Mumbai, an update from DP agency Sesler & Co. and a title design project from Nice Shoes, along with new work from Sway, wild(child), Humble, Moxie, Trollback and Twist.
Subaru introduces the all-new "2011 Mediocrity" with an assist from Harvest; Psyop and MassMarket team for Nissan; Backyard and jumP team for CCM, new directors land at Uber Content and Filmtecknarna while Headroom Digital, Bikini Edit, 740 Sound Design, Click 3X and Crush increase their rosters.
Samsung goes picture-taking in Rotterdam, Fresh Paint captures MMA stars, Duck animates for McDonald's and Corra captures emotion and honesty for Mercedes-Benz. All that and more--plus news from Superstudio, Rhayuela, Union, Splice and others, and new signings at a range of shops, can be found in this edition.
MJZ’s Tom Kuntz is back in the music video groove, HELLO! helps FreeCreditReport.com find a new band, SWAY clones the MINI Countryman, Mirror Films goes cross-country for U.S. Cellular and O Positive makes us laugh for FedEx. Also, new talent signings have graced Biscuit, Mothership, Synthetic, Radium, MOO Studios and others. All this, and more, in this edition.
Curious Pictures wins an Emmy, Royale celebrates its third anniversary and Washington Square Films signs a new director. All that and more -- including new work from MPC, Bully Pictures, Yukfoo Animation, Mighty8 and others -- can be found in this edition of our biweekly newsletter.
New talent has landed at Chelsea, Harvest, Bandito Brothers, Optimus, Red Car and more, and new work is out from Giraldi, Motion Theory, Sweet Shop, Steele Studios and a host of other production companies, music houses, audio studios and editorial shops. All that and more in this edition of the SourceEcreative newsletter.
Tons of new work marks this edition of the SourceEcreative newsletter, with World Cup hits from Lee Films, The Mill, Pysop and Not to Scale, Cannes winners from Sonic Unon, a Sony spot from MassMessAge in Korea and others. Windows Productions, Foundation Content and Method add talent, while Vitamin, charlieuniformtango and SWAY make news.
New talent abounds as this edition of the newsletter features major signings at over a half-dozen companies, while Cirkus, Phantom Audio and Radium make news and new work pops out from Jump, Blind, Mirror Films, Calabash, Sugar Film and Washington Square. All that and more can be found inside.
Film Deluxe snares multiple Lions for “Last Call,” Boomtown in Dubai plays a key role in bringing home Lions for the UAE, new talent lines up at Filmtecknarna, Speedshape and Charlieuniformtango and new work is on the wing from BossaNova, Park Pictures and Pirate--all that and more in this edition.
Our New & Improved newsletter now comes with more images, shorter entries and subject headings. Check out this week’s edition to learn about new work from Anonymous, Green Dot, Tool, Goodoil and other shops, as well as signings at Crossroads and Method and announcements from Bang, Brand New School and others.
New hires abound--Company X, Nola, wild(child), Company 3, Mophonics, The Mill and audioEngine have all added new talent. Plus there’s new work of note from Harvest, Bent Image Lab, Pegasus, IDENTITY, Sweet Spot Content and others. All in this edition of the SourceEcreative newsletter.
The Whitehouse shapes stories for the World Cup, AVSO hauls for Ford trucks, Humble mauls some Kobalt and new talent lands at Rhino, Red Car, Manic, Dattner Dispoto, A Common Thread and Beast. All this and more in the SourceEcreative newsletter.
Stardust makes the Mustang cooler than it was in "Bullitt," TWC adds a new EP and a sextet of directors, new talent lands at Outside Edit + Design and Click 3X and Shilo takes to Broadway for "FELA!" All that and more in this exciting issue.
Filmate from China shows us that Yao Ming can dunk an Oreo, Yukfoo animates for Wellington Tourism, Solanes in Barcelona gets sexy for chocolate (who wouldn't?) and Sons and Daughters in Toronto spices up for Knorr. It's a global feast in this edition of Member News.
New signings at MassMarket, Duck, Digital Kitchen and Partners Films top the newsletter, along with new work from O Positive, Passion Pictures, Se7en Sunday and wild(child.) All this and more can be found below.
LIMEY takes a Volvo out for a naughty little spin, Manic demos the Beaterator, Zoo Films shows us the ebb and flow of data and Paydirt, Bang Music, Hello! and Method all add talent. It's all right here in da best newsletter in da business.
Union Editorial expands into feature promotion, Adolescent creates an opening for five Social Media Week events, Cutting Room is the scene of a reunion and Mophonics provides the track for a UK motocycle safety spot. All this and more, right here...
jumP names a new EP, the Guild of Commercial Filmmakers lands in Archive, Les Enfants criss-crosses Canada for RONA and Pix Mix shoots one of Europe's first Sterescopic 3D commercials. All this and more in this edition.
Super Bowl spots galore, Camp David shoots for Ikea, Dancing Diablo expands, Zoic races for NASCAR and FilmTecknarna makes the festival circuit--all this and more inside!
Nomad adds an editor, Lost Highway gets sexy with a buffer, Green Dot waxes its Mohawk for World of Warcraft and Not To Scale travels back in time for milky fun. All this and more in this action-packed edition.
Curious Pictures animates for Amnesty International, Moxie and O Positive lend their comic talents to GEICO and FedEx, JSM scores for Lincoln and Big Kahuna from the Middle East goes crazy for LG and Team Y&R/Dubai. It's all inside!
Arsenal assists L.L. Bean with its holiday message, Tool creates online content for the salt of the earth, Janimation wraps a rockin' 2009 and a Compulsive shows us a naked man who understands the value of fun and games. All this and more in our first newsletter of the new decade!
BossaNova teaches us how to harmonize, MassMarket helps visualize a normal day in the USAF, DUCK celebrates SpongeBob’s tenth anniverary, SUSPECT marks Richard Wilde's 40th anniversary and Cutting Room makes a New York Nutcracker happy. All this and more in this holiday issue of the SourceEcreative Newsletter.
The Ebeling Group creates a new holiday TV special for Macy’s, JWT and Mediaedge, Rhino makes the stars align in a promo for “Crash,” The Mill dumps apples in the Big Apple and Company X dares to go bare for the pop band GIRLS. All this and more in this superfabulous newsletter edition.
Bob Carmichael applies the photoGRAPHICvideo technique to Maroon 5 yet again, new sales reps land at Lost Highway and Spontaneous, Ring of Fire lights up work for ATT and Intel and Park Pictures gets mechanical for Verizon. All this and more in this boffo newsletter edition.
Little Minx does double duty for the Black Eyed Peas and DirecTV, GARTNER brings The Beatles back to life, The Whitehouse helps dispel myths about mental illness and Liquid Animation brings home Gold and Silver in Brisbane. All this and more in this and more in this blockbuster edition.
Boxer Films questions world hunger, OPC catches its audience by surprise, a new harlequin joins the Crikus, Sonic Union helps find a lost dog, Thornberg & Forester show their team spirit and Nexus joins the Olympic movement. All this and more inside.
A SNL comic goes nuts on a Pizza Hut shoot, Maragita Mix grinds a few axes with some guitar heroes, Saville signs a scribe who directs and a Skouras DP travels the world for the UN. All this and more inside.
Biscuit Films captures the quirky soul of New Yorkers, Crossroads' Samuel & Gunnar quaff a few in a Czech village, Crash animated R.E.M.'s latest and Arsenal and Motivfilms get in on the MV act as well. All this and more in yet another blockbuster newsletter edition.
Optimus announces its “One Shot” contest winner, MAKE helps a young animation director, Rhythm and Hues signs director Schillaci, Icontent is back to practice with Under Armour.
Three (One) O racks up the awards, The Ebeling Group and MK12 take flight with Swiss Air, Asylum teams with Tarsem for Kia’s “Pioneers” spot, Crush in Toronto gets a case of “Knight Fever” and animation director Ken Lidster signs with Bent Image Lab.
Beef promotes HBO’s Sunday night line-up, Freestyle Collective ‘freestyles’ with a charming animated short, Elastic rocks with Fuel TV logos and new signings galore at Company 3, Mophonics, Nice Shoes, Relish and Workhorse Media.
Highlights include new EPs at Milk & Honey and Nexus, new Levi’s and Nike work from Anonymous Content, Peter Nydrle directs the only US Gold Lion and new talent lands at BlueRock, Humble and The Joneses.
In this editon, Passion Pictures animates The Beatles for Rock Band, Radium turns back the clock for Pepsi, a new Head of Sales lands at Giraldi, Margarita Mix opens a long-form division and Pegasus shows off its skill with penguins.
Mophonics inks Sync, Inc. catalogue for music licensing, Optimus launches its second “One Shot” film and video contest. Ring of Fire lights up VFX for Intel and Garage Films makes a pit stop in Times Square for Red Bull.
Tool does comedy for DirecTV and Burger King, Les Producers tackles child soldiers in a powerful PSA, The Sweet Shop’s Mr. Hide produces a marvel for Toyota Prius and Cobblestone lampoons the mafia for Braun—and more!
Rock Paper Scissors adds editor Elliot Graham, Chinagraph adds EP Sue Wladar, Peep Show names Kristin Arongino as EP, Motion Theory produces the new Black Eyed Peas video and Smuggler scores some Capt. Morgan Spiced Rum. Aye, matey!
Sub urban shoots for Renault in South Africa, Bandits in Paris launches a new division, Salt Filmproduktion in Berlin produces a series of comic shorts for MINI and Chelsea’s Neil Tardio covers up nicely for Sherwin Williams paints.
Sample this: Bandito Bros. names new reps, Click 3X creates a promo package for MTV’s Sunday programming, @radical.media gets groovy with hamsters for Kia and Eyeball celebrates dance legend Alvin Ailey for Target.
Read all about it: Beirut’s The Talkies shoots for MTN Telecom, Psyop enters Dante’s Inferno for EA, Stardust brings back the 70’s for Honda minivans and Brazil’s Bossa Nova sends a judge to FIAP.
In this edition Luscious International bows a new division, A Very Small Office breaks a Ford campaign, Collective Films closes down Cape Town for Dunlop and The Brownie Film Co. captures Rafael Nadal for Spain’s Mapfre insurance.
Gartner takes us ‘back to the basics’ for Allstate, Park Pictures director Benny Boom gets set to bow his feature comedy “Next Day Air,” Resident names a new art director and Green Dot Films shoots for the US Army—all this and more.
In this issue, Telemaz dances for VW, editorial house Breathe produces a PSA campaign for the homeless, Curious Pictures produces a web video series for Nike Asia and Asylum goes nuts for LG and Hershey.
Hulu.com gets its Super Bowl moment thanks to Pony Show, while Partizan mobs a London train station for T-Mobile. There’s also news about Guerilla FX and its new creative hire, Tool’s campaign for Priceline and lots more.