MJZ director Matthijs Van Heijningen and the VFX/creature crew at The Mill in Paris conjure a fantasy-infused alt-universe to highlight the gaming prowess of Samsung’s new Exynos 2200 mobile processor. [Read more]
Blinkink directing duo Tom & Nicos create a striking in-camera mash-up of replacement stop-motion techniques including plasticine, felt and colored wool, plus projections and UV paint in this trailer for the “Cannibis on Trial” episode of Channel 4’s controversial Drugs Live doc series. [Read more]
Swiss minimalism slams sideways into glitched pixels in Sebastian Onufszak‘s seizure-inducing music video for “Laid Out” by Funkstörung feat. Anothr. which he calls “an artistic retrospective of Funkstörung’s discography inspired by the colors, symbols and typography used in their cover artworks.” [Read more]
Joseph Kahn broke the internet and the patience of two large media companies (looking at you Saban and Lionsgate) with the recent release of POWER/RANGERS, his hardcore update of a certain action franchise inexplicably dear to many otherwise sane people.
The 14-minute film was pulled down and then reinstated and has now spawned this BTS clip (shot and cut by Renn Brown with music by Brain and Melissa) showing just how the self-funded project happened from tech scout thru to cast/crew screening. [Read more]
Toronto’s Tendril showoff their full in-house toolbox in a interactive music video combining live action, haute design, animation and VFX to intro Molson Coors new Altitude lager thru Rethink. [Read more]
Barcelona studio Manson create the next installment of the animated first-person “California Inspires Me” series from Google Play and California Sunday Magazine: a surprising and insightful peek into the childhood of musician/composer/painter and DEVO co-founder Mark Mothersbaugh. [Read more]
Passion director Jon Saunders follows up his epic Nike “The Last Game” World Cup spot with another massive CG romp. The :60 spot is one of 14 produced thru Ogilvy & Mather, Paris to celebrate the 100th anniversary of arguably the most recognizable package design all time. [Read more]