I’m a sucker for a good ad campaign and Under Armour just sent chills down my spine with this new commercial spot.
You guys! I can’t believe the day has finally arrived! After working on the pilot and then on S1, I can’t wait for everyone to see what I’ve been working on over the past year. Ed Burns stars, directs, and wrote TNT’s “Public Morals” with Spielberg himself as EP ;D Watch the premiere tonight on TNT at 10/9C !!!
TNT will post the first four episodes tomorrow for some binge action as well!
Can’t wait for everyone to see!
Currently at the day job I’m curating examples of “next-ons,” those hopelessly teasing promotions of what to expect next week of your favorite shows.
In the midst of my hurried YouTubing, I came across this epic promo for Luther, which I know is four years old. I just finished watching season one of Elba’s brooding cop drama on Netflix and this BBC promo is everything.
Am I right?!
I’m secretly hoping that the American adaptation falls through because nothing can beat the original.
The Academy Awards are only three weekends away and the last two movies I feel like I need to see (and want to see, which is more important really) are The Theory of Everything and Whiplash.
However, my post Award Show Season cinema plans involve a ballet documentary (422), a british film involving class, action and espionage (Kingsman), an intelligent robot (Chappie), such fun! (The Second Best Marigold Hotel), and a brooding dramedy (While We’re Young).
See you at the movies!
This ad does its job well. I might actually be more inclined to workout after this and what a breath of fresh air it is not to see perfectly sculpted figures running up abandoned stadium stairs.
In 2014 I’ve come to admire the work of Danny Sangra and wondered if him signing with AllDayEveryDay would compromise his creative freedom by joining the world of commercial advertising. But his latest film for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin contradicts my fear and instills hope for both his upcoming feature film and branded commercial work as well.
A Fistful of Wolves:
A short film I made for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin.
Poking fun at the many ‘faux motional’ styled fashion adverts. The film depicts a man trapped in a world of fashion, while his friends wonder what has happened to him.
Starring Justin O’Shea, Veronika Heilbrunner, Julia Knolle, Gabriel Chipperfield & Raphael Chipperfield Car: Mercedes-Benz C111, 1970
Here’s to one day hoping his team will produce a short of mine ;D