NY Times My Daughter Died. How Do I Introduce Her to My Son? | STASH MAGAZINE

NY Times: My Daughter Died. How Do I Introduce Her to My Son?

From The New York Times: “How do you explain tragedy to a 3-year-old? Close to five years ago, Jayson Greene and his wife, Stacy, lost their 2-year-old daughter, Greta, to a horrible accident. [Watch]

TIFF: Taika Waititi | STASH MAGAZINE

Toronto International Film Festival “Taika Waititi” by Polyester Studio

Polyester Studio in Toronto: “A series of short typographic and illustrative animations for Toronto International Film Festival telling different stories and anecdotes about growing up in New Zealand from director Taika Waititi.” [Watch]

Pause Originals ‘Instant’ by InferStudio | STASH MAGAZINE

“x1” by InferStudio for Pause Originals

London design and media practice InferStudio envision a not-too-distant-future where cities have become giant fulfillment centers built around catering to our smallest desires in an “Instant”. [Watch]

Egyptian Rap Pepsi Back Your Black | STASH MAGAZINE

Egyptian Rap + Pepsi = “Back Your Black”

Good People director (and former agency creative director) Maged Nassar’s newest work features Egyptian rap artists Abyusif and Marwan Pablo in a kinetic high-contrast spot/music video full of gritty motion and post work. [Watch]

Music Unites: Herbie Hancock & Kamasi Washington | STASH MAGAZINE

Herbie Hancock and Kamasi Washington at the LA Philharmonic

Wednesday Studio in London translates a rollicking exchange between jazz greats Kamasi Washington and Herbie Hancock into a vibrant short film about the importance of creative collaboration and the power of music to transcend differences. [Watch]

Best of Stash 2019: BRAND FILMS | STASH MAGAZINE

Best of Stash 2019: Brand Films

Longer-form marketing films unhampered by the limits of broadcast TV allow for deeper narratives which in turn often inspire forceful and innovative visuals. Here are eight brand films from 2019 we believe live up to that promise. [Watch]