Lots of lovely work to share with you in this week’s round-up. Firstly, a new interactive video for Au Revoir Simone from director Eli Stonberg, which allows you to colour in a haunted house scene online. The site includes illustration by Chris Sanchez and can be played with here.
There’s quite a different atmosphere in this next promo, for Simian Mobile Disco track Sweetbread. Taking a clue from the track name, directors Hans Lo and Jose Otero have created quite the meat feast. Production company: Verso Films.
A music video-cum-ad for you now, with this film for Converse that brings Barney Sumner, Hot Chip and Hot City together on a new track, Didn’t Know What Love Was. The video is the brainchild of ad agency Anomaly in New York, and is directed by Andreas Nilsson. Prod co: Furlined.
That Go (directing duo Noel Paul and Stefan Moore) has created this short film to promote new Røyksopp album Senior. Prod co: Rokkit.
This hard-hitting interactive film for Havens, a London-based crisis centre for rape and sexual assault victims, asks “Rape… where do you draw the line?”. The film was written and directed by Sara Dunlop and produced by Rattling Stick.
Agency 18 Feet & Rising has created this charming spot to advertise Freeview. Creatives: Matt Keon, Max Weiland. Director: Scott Vincent. Prod co: Hungry Man. Animation: New Future Graphic.
To finish, here’s a new ad from director Tomas Mankovsky for Swedish mobile phone operator Telia. The spot stars Swedish rock star Dregen and features a number of analogue tricks, all shot in camera. Agency: DDB Stockholm, prod co: Blink.