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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. [Watch]

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. [Watch]

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Zeppelin Pictures for Dior x 2

Paris prodco Zeppelin Pictures elevate the art of gifting with precise staging, dramatic lighting and a whole lot of luxe in these two black and gold CG dreams for legendary French fashion house Dior. Produced thru the Malherbe Retail Design agency with music by Mael Oudin. [Watch]

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Passion Paris: Cofidis “Les motards, Préjugés, pourquoi?”

The latest in a wonderfully wacky animated campaign for French financial services provider Cofidis from Passion Paris director Jack Antoine Charlot asking a timeless question about bikers: “Prejudice, why?” [Watch]

“Welcome to Airbnb” Behind the Scenes

Five weeks and 85 takes later, Cirkus director Christian Greet and crew wrap “Welcome to Airbnb,” a one-minute, one-shot, CG and animation-free project shot with a custom toy train-cam careening through an insanely detailed miniature set where all the transitions happen by hand in real time. Agency: TBWA\Singapore.

The finished spot:
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Brikk: Red Cross “In Another Christmas Carol”

Academy directing collective Brikk (Björn Johansson, Josef Andersson and Samuel Fast) craft an updated retro look for the Swedish Red Cross, clearly illustrating a less than brilliant version of Christmas despite the lack of sub-titles. [Watch]