For its first ever international marketing campaign, F1 has released a high-octane 60-second film that aims to convey the excitement of the fan’s experience of the sport
Film & TV
Celebrating the craft of filmmaking and creativity on screen
The charity commissioned five photographers to document childbirth, as experienced by five women from different parts of the world. We spoke to Ivy Lahon, Creative Lead at STC, about the technical challenges and ethical considerations needed for the project
Coinciding with the release of his American Utopia album, Byrne is inviting “aspiring artists, filmmakers, choirs, animators, directors and actors” to make videos based on its songs. First up, a choir from a Detroit school
As part of an elaborate campaign for new sci-fi drama Kiss Me First, Channel 4 created the AzanaBand, a gaming device that purported to stimulate happiness, fear and pain in users.
Apple’s latest short film advertises the HomePod, and in combining Spike Jonze with FKA twigs, the brand makes arriving home from work look amazing.
A series of illicit bus-stop posters in which the stars of well-known films and TV shows have been replaced with black alternatives have appeared in Brixton
Channel 4 series Derry Girls was such a success that a second series was commissioned after just one episode. Lisa McGee talks to Creative Review about writing a hit show based on her experience of growing up in Northern Ireland during the Troubles