It’s the video they wish we’d never seen, five top City names take part in a fundraising video for the Young Vic theatre which sees them rip open their shirts and sing at the top of their voices.
The video was never supposed to be public, it was aired for 400 guests at special screening back in October but was spotted on the Young Vic YouTube channel and laid bare for the masses, pun intended.
Enjoy this funny Heineken commercial - The Odyssey Film. The soundtrack is really special.
The original English version of the song is called "Sixteen Tons" and was sung by Tennessee Ernie Ford. I believe it was made for the hard working man during the industrial boom. Quite a contrast to how it is pictured now! [more…]
Spotted this video from Cheryl in Perth WA... enjoy
We are obsessed with every amazing detail at this bohemian backyard wedding! This couple are so cool, and so in love, and we just want to live forever inside this highlight reel from Fruitful Films:
Leading airline Emirates have cemented their role in the world of sport by recruiting two of the greatest players to ever grace the football field, Cristiano Ronaldo and Pelé, as the brand’s Global Ambassadors.
This is one of the first commercials for the World Cup - my betting says it will be a winner, hard to beat.Editor.
Dove has long shown an impressive ability to have it both ways: encouraging women to respect their natural beauty while also selling them a litany of beauty-enhancement products. Now, the Unilever brand is going even further, essentially saying every aspect of its industry is a scam.
In this new spot—the newest of several marketing stunts inspired by the success of the brand's "Real Beauty Sketches"—we see women being offered an unbranded "beauty patch" that will help them generally look and feel better. Via Adweek
Everyone who works at Waitrose owns Waitrose. And when you own something, you care a little more. A British supermarket has turned to a superhuman director to radically shift gears in its advertising.
Waitrose's new campaign from BBH London is its first to focus on the grocery chain's culture and values as an employee-owned business. Looking for an emotional, cinematic approach, BBH brought in Tom Tagholm, the Park Pictures director whose triumphant "Meet the Superhumans" ad for the 2012 Paralympic Games won the Film Craft Grand Prix at Cannes last year.Great concept, beautifully delivered.
The new film, very nicely shot, tells a small, poignant story that brings to life a simple truth—that your commitment to something is usually related to how much of a stake you have in it. Just, you know, keep shopping at Waitrose. [more…]