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.
Amazon has acquired the remarkable new documentary from the Oscar-nominated director of ‘Cartel Land’.
A weird and wonderful commercial for advertising’s biggest day of the year.
A spirited Japanese-Australian director, always accomplishing the unexpected.
The musical juggernaut ties the record for the most nominations amassed by a single film.
This is the first Academy Award nomination for director Ezra Edelman.
With seven awards, ‘La La Land’ makes Golden Globes history for most wins by a single film.
See what happens when a youth football program loses everything, but has the will to keep going.
‘La La Land’ and ‘O.J. Made In America’ land critics’ picks and ‘City of Ghosts’ prepares for its world premiere.
The veteran commercial directors have been recognized for their debut feature, The Tribes of Palos Verdes.
We welcome a grounded and detailed filmmaker who’s known for telling affecting and powerful stories.
His work for Momondo was awarded for outstanding creativity and innovative execution.
The filmmaking duo had the honor of creating the first-ever commercial for the Institution, which was founded back in 1846.
It’s “a rich statement about wonder, beauty and loss,” says The Guardian.
It’s a poetic journey detailing the history of the universe, told on a giant IMAX screen.
Their viral music video features in a new documentary on how the “bad boy of ballet” rebuilt his love of dance.