The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt “A Night to Remember” from DIGIC

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Moments like the one seen above, found in the teaser called “A Night to Remember” for CD PROJEKT’s long-anticipated game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, is why we rank Budapest’s DIGIC Pictures as one of the top three game cinematic studios on the planet. [Read more]

Making LEGO’s “Adventure in the City”

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Snappy and detailed look at the production of “Adventure in the City,” a crazy-ambitious stop motion mini-epic created for LEGO China from hundreds of thousands of real LEGO bricks (and a boy in a snake suit) by Dutch director/writer/animator Rogier Wieland and his intrepid crew thru AKQA Shanghai. [Read more]

Passion Paris: League of Legends “Seconds”

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A blast of intense time-jumping action for your Wednesday morning introducing a new League of Legends champion, Ekko: The Boy Who Shattered Time. Created for RIOT Games by Passion Paris directors Arnaud & Jerome and their long-time collaborator Pascal Charrue (a co-founder of Fortiche Production). [Read more]

Mécanique Générale: “Martell Tricentenaire”

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Paris 3D masters Mécanique Générale and TBWA\Paris help the Martell family celebrate “300 years of turning Cognac into art” with this intricate and ambitious single-shot look at the company and its legacy. [Read more]

Camp Jefferson: Koodo “Free refills”

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If we leave aside the question of whether an “honest and fair” phone company is even a possibility, this new spot from the recent Koodo campaign thru new Toronto agency Camp Jefferson packs lots of bonkers multimedia into 30 seconds. [Read more]

Augmented Canine-reality for Coke “Man and Dog”

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Psyop directors Todd Mueller and Kylie Matulick combine a taste of Disney’s “Lady and the Tramp” with hyper-enhanced dog-vision in this rollicking treat, created thru Wieden+Kennedy and hand-animated by Duncan Studio in Pasadena. [Read more]