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Friday, Mar. 15, 2013
New Web Video: Spam's "Madness of March"
LAIKA/house brings back the diminutive animated knight, Sir Can-A-Lot, for this web video, one in a series offering tips and recipes to help those suffering from routine meals and boring tweets. This online "Break the Monotony of March" campaign has Sir Can-A-Lot getting into the spirit of the...
Friday, Mar. 8, 2013
New Music Video: David Bowie's "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)" Helmed by Floria Sigismondi
Floria Sigismondi directed this video for David Bowie's new album, titled "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)," produced by Black Dog Films . In the form of a short film, the video for the second single from the 66-year old rocker's forthcoming album The Next Day features actress Tilda Swinton and depicts...
Friday, Mar. 8, 2013
The Best Work You May Never See: The Cassies' "Ex-Wife" Directed By Aleysa Young
Aleysa Young of Untitled Films , Toronto, directed this spot which opens on a man knocking on the door of his ex-wife's house late at night. She opens the door, looks at her husband in disbelief and with mild disgust. "You know you can't be here." He replies, "Wait, just hear me out. I know you...
Friday, Mar. 1, 2013
New Promo: The Next Awards' "Euree Corp Thinkspray" From VCU Brandcenter
Part of a campaign from VCU Brandcenter , this tongue-in-cheek web promo introduces us to a technology necessitated by the fact that the human mind can no longer create at a high enough level. The remedy: a technological upgrade for the incubator of great ideas, the bathroom shower. A contraption...
Friday, Mar. 1, 2013
The Best Work You May Never See: Made In a Free World's "I'm With Lincoln"
Noam Murro of Biscuit Filmworks directed this two-minute PSA which opens with what looks like a budding young romance but turns into a tragic illustration of abuse, fear and pain as the woman initially being wooed is instead forced into slavery, As we see this human trafficking victim's nightmare...
Friday, Feb. 22, 2013
The Best Work You May Never See: A Gorgeous Debut For Director Heidrich
A man walks his dog on the city streets at night. A storefront window full of television sets illuminated by programs being broadcast catches his eye. Next we're taken to a restaurant kitchen where a cook's attention is diverted to a radio. A woman in a rowboat peacefully meanders about in a lake...
Friday, Feb. 15, 2013
New Music Video: How To Destroy Angels' "How Long" Directed By Shynola
Black Dog Films /RSA visual arts collective Shynola has directed the video for "How Long," the latest single of Trent Reznor's new music project How To Destroy Angels. The film depicts a haunting future where civilization relies solely on survival of the fittest. Trent Reznor said, "Shynola's work...
Friday, Feb. 8, 2013
The Best Work You May Never See: Herbaria Tea's "Fears" Directed by Andreas Roth
A terrifying clown, a mass murderer with a chainsaw, and death itself--they all are fighting for their life underwater. Something seems to be pulling them down to their demise. They desperately try to fight their way up to the surface. But their fight is in vain, and all three of them lifelessly...
Friday, Feb. 8, 2013
The Best Work You May Never See: Hyundai's "Gaspocalypse" From Innocean Canada
Benji Weinstein directed this Super Bowl spot for the Canadian market which depicts a man driving the open road in a Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. He's suddenly pursued by two vehicles and a motorcycle straight out of a post-apocalypic movie--along with its drivers. The Sonata aptly maneuvers in an...
Friday, Feb. 1, 2013
The Best Work You May Never See: Chicken Licken Slyders' "Orphanage"
Terence Neale of Egg Films , Cape Town, South Africa, directed this :60 which takes us to a dark, forsaken orphanage that resembles a haunted house. There, children seem to be living a joyless existence, burdened with chores and fearful of the staff. But there's always hope as one little girl is...

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