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Michel Gondry and Moz The Monster for John Lewis Christmas 2017

In his first outing for the highly-anticipated annual John Lewis Christmas spot, Oscar-winner Michel Gondry teams with UK practical model/creature makers Millenium FX to craft a 7-foot monster named Moz, with The Mill handling 3D/2D post. [Read more]

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Partizan Befriends Radical Friend

From the release: Radical Friend, the directing duo of Kirby McClure and Julia Grigorian, has joined Partizan. The Radical Friend aesthetic consistently stands in a class of its own; each frame of their work is meticulously designed, then cut together in a kinetic way that assaults the senses. The work of Radical Friend often involves […] [Read more]

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Best of Stash 2016: TV & Cinema Advertising

As ad campaigns expand and blur across a growing number of platforms, the most coveted bragging rights (and budgets) most often remain with work intended for television and cinema screens. So let’s kick off the Best of Stash 2016 with 10 stand out commercials everyone needs to see. [Read more]

Making of CANAL+ “The Kitchen”

Watch how Paris VFX powerhouse Unit Image, Partizan director Antoine Bardou-Jacquet and agency BETC combine forces for a VFX rampage through a French kitchen to make the case for the quality of TV channels available on Canal+. [Read more]

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Martin Stirling and MPC: WWF “Tiger in suburbia”

Saving endangered tigers, like all donation-powered ventures, requires a powerful emotional connection between those with the means to donate and those needing help. Mission accomplished in this spot from Partizan director Martin Stirling, the MPC CG feline team, and JWT London for The World Wildlife Fund. [Read more]

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Michel Gondry: The White Stripes “City Lights”

Michel Gondry’s fifth video for The White Stripes, called “City Lights,” reaffirms the director’s standing (IMO) as a fearless and generous story-teller whose connection to the creative well is both childlike and constant. [Read more]