The Malloy brothers premiere their film in Los Angeles
The new film explores how we connect with each other and the world around us
We all have our holiday traditions
The drama out of IFC Films is set for a December 1st release.
“They’re Here” out of adam&eveDDB NY celebrates the chaos and excitement of coming together.
The new Samsung spot highlights the ease of switching your memories to your new phone.
The film starring Christian Bale was a hit at Telluride this past weekend.
The coming-of-age family drama stars Jennifer Garner, Maika Monroe, and Justin Kirk.
The latest from The Malloys is a celebration of unity.
Miley Cyrus posed as a fairy for the cover of David LaChapelle’s Lost + Found, published by Taschen.
The fashion film auteur brings her chic street vision.
Rønde receives high praise for his work on “The DNA Journey” for Momondo.
‘The DNA Journey’, ‘Unlimited Future’, and ‘Make Love Not Walls’ take home coveted Cannes Lions.
The spot shows the new camera attachment for smartphones at work.
Matthew Heineman’s much anticipated documentary feature City of Ghosts celebrated its premiere last week at the Tribeca Film Festival.
The Perfect Journey is a new campaign from Tumi to showcase their high-end 19 Degree Collection, an elegantly-crafted way to travel.
We welcome a celebrated Australian filmmaker known for telling affecting and visceral stories.
The director continues the “What’s Your Why?” campaign in a moving branded film celebrating the Paralympian’s story.
Project Polunin premieres this week at Sadler’s Wells, and will go on to tour internationally.
John Hamburg has directed some of the most celebrated comedies of the last two decades.
The actress, filmmaker, director and Special Envoy of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees becomes the icon for the new fragrance for women.
The Best Director and Best Documentary winners set new records in their respective categories.
The music-centric movie will have its world premiere at South by Southwest.
The Spring Summer 2017 campaign out of Anomaly Amsterdam delivers a “rousingly memorable short film” from David LaChapelle.