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Mill+ Breaks the Sound Barrier with “My Way”

Director Nils Kloth and the Mill+ crew handled everything including the song writing on this three-minute clip for the B&B industry booking system Eviivo. Mill+ EP Luke Colson: “This is probably the most diverse Mill+ Design project we’ve done. The fact that we wrote the lyrics and composed the song, [Read more]

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Conor Byrne: Skittles “Struck by a Rainbow”

The current flood of overly earnest documentary profile films gets a slow poke in both eyes courtesy of Skittles latest silly/surreal adventure directed by Hungry Man Conor Byrne for The Corner Store Films thru BBDO Toronto with The Vanity handling post and Griff Henderson cutting. [Read more]

Bowled Over: Behind the Scenes with Can Can Club

Join TRONCO directors Can Can Club (aka Becho Lo Bianco and Mariano Bergara) for a peek into the art of crafting soup bowl zoetropes during their recent Tim Horton’s spot for 1stAveMachine thru JWT.

“It was crucial that the piece was made in camera, with no digital tricks, and to have the bowls 100% handmade. The other challenge was to tell a story with these brief loops, and giving narrative power to the beautiful ceramics pieces.”

The finished spot:

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Behind the Scenes of Ketel One with The Juggernaut

Watch how Toronto design/animation/VFX house The Juggernaut mixes very old-school letterpress techniques with au courant lasers, drones and 3D in this spot highlighting the 10 generations behind the family-owned Dutch Vodka brand Ketel One.

Watch the spot:
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Electric Theatre Collective: Freeview “Left Behinds”

Powered by Foreigner’s almighty power ballad “I Want To Know What Love Is,” London VFX house Electric Theatre Collective bring the house down with bang-on performances and perfect integration in Freeview “Left Behinds” directed by Rogue Films’ Sam Brown thru Leo Burnett. [Read more]

Ben Hibon Unleashes “Call of Duty Advanced Warfare: Exo Zombies”

In his latest work for Activision (with one of the best/worst titles of all time), Axis director Ben Hibon keeps the engaging action and drama of his previous game pieces while shifting from his signature illustrative/stylized 3D approach toward a more conventional genre realism.

Animation and production by Axis in Glasgow, produced by Gerardo Alvarez. [Read more]