Tom Rainsford freaked out watching Ghostbusters as a kid but went on to create laugh-out-loud horror campaigns which have established giffgaff as the mobile commpany to end your network nightmares.Read More
Double Agent have added three more directors to their bespoke roster: Lee J Ford, Martin Swift, and Andy Poyiadgi. Each member of this trio bring their respective strengths to the Double Agent roster: Lee J Ford has carved a niche with a cinematic reel; Martin Swift delivers scenic work; while Andy Poyiadgi crafts both films and graphic novels.Read More
This year’s story follows Lucy on her quest to find her boyfriend in the middle of a busy nightclub. The evening’s fun soon takes a dark turn when she becomes disoriented, unable to communicate and lost in a never-ending corridor.Read More
For World Mental Health day, we present ‘a short film about anxiety’. Affecting 1 in 4 adults throughout their lifetime, anxiety is the world’s most common mental health condition, but something very few candidly speak about publicly. Personal and intimate, the contributors in this film talk via iPhones about their relationships with anxiety in their place of comfort.Read More
From haunted houses to classic monsters and provincial zombies, giffgaff’s Halloween campaigns have embraced all that’s great about this spooky time of year. Every October, the marketing team at the mobile network push themselves further in a bid to mark the festival out as a true giffgaff moment.Read More
As we've said before, giffgaff is to Halloween as John Lewis is to Christmas. Each year they put themselves under pressure to create something even more spectacular and in 2017, they've once again succeeded.Read More
For the fifth year running, giffgaff is using Halloween to launch an ambitious piece of Online Content. The film is called 2am and centres around a young woman called Lucy who's dressed up for a big Halloween Club night. Lucy's on her way to meet her boyfriend on the dancefloor and once in the club, her evening takes a downward spiral, quickly escalating into her being lost and scared.
Mobile network giffgaff has been making a name for itself with its Halloween commercials, and this year has upped the ante with a stylishly spooky short film.
Featuring fabulous make-up, masks and a remix of Rockwell's 1984 hit Somebody's Watching Me, it's got all the ingredients of a modern horror flick, perfectly targeted to the brand's millennial audience.Read More
After making us jump out of our skins with schlock-horror pastiche The Music Box last year, mobile network giffgaff has unveiled a more modern, millennial-influenced campaign for Halloween 2017.
As well as 2am, a four-minute filmic yarn about creepy clubbers and clones [below], the brand has created a custom Snapchat filter and will be running a raft of events over Halloween weekend, including make-up tutorials and nail art sessions.Read More
Bonnie Anthony has joined My Accomplice as their new Head of Production. Anthony 's diverse credits and industry know-how make her a shrewd addition to My Accomplice HQ. Whether it's commercials, promos, or documentaries, Anthony looks forward to producing more “refreshingly original” content alongside Executive Producer Jamie Clark.Read More
Bonnie Anthony has joined My Accomplice as Head of Production, working alongside founder and Executive Producer Jamie Clark. Bonnie brings with her a wealth of experience from many of London’s top commercial production companies.Read More
This emotional ad for the London Fire Brigade has an extra layer of poignancy to it, as it marks their first recruitment drive since the tragedy of Grenfell Tower. The film has been designed with that in mind, asking potential future firefighters to think of themselves as protectors - to help people live out the futures which could so easily be lost to tragedy without them.Read More
James Slater has directed a film through BBD Perfect Storm as part of the London Fire Brigade's largest ever recruitment drive. The film focuses on recruiting women and people from BAME backgrounds.Read More
ommuters who typically bury their heads in newspapers and smartphones may wish to look up in King’s Cross St Pancras.
As part of Transport for London’s ‘Art on the Underground’ scheme, Pundersons Gardens directors Broomberg & Chanarin have shot a thought-provoking film inspired by the ongoing refugee crisis… narrated by a singing hydraulic crane.Read More
This vivid short film marks World Mental Health Day with an eloquent insight into troubled minds. These individuals come from a variety of backgrounds. Whatever their differences, they share a common foe: anxiety.Read More
For World Mental Health day, Lily Rose Thomas and Stephen Isaac-Wilson present ‘a short film about anxiety’. Affecting 1 in 4 adults throughout their lifetime, anxiety is the world’s most common mental health condition, but something very few candidly speak about publicly.Read More
Clemens Purner has joined Cadence Films for commercial representation. Described as a “terrific addition” to the Cadence roster, Purner combines agency and production nous. Having studied at Miami Ad School’s Hamburg branch, he keeps brands and agencies onside with his perceptive approach.Read More
Nike and Sports Direct have teamed up with UNIT9’s director Sean Pruen – to launch the latest football boots in the CR7 range from Nike, available from Sports Direct.Read More
London-based Geej Ower is swiftly making a name for herself as an up-and-coming director and editor, whose reel spans documentaries, promos and commercial content.Read More
Produced by Punderson's Gardens, directed by Mike Lee Thomas.Read More