Here are ten simply brilliant new videos to help get you through to the weekend.
From a series of films exploring what it means to be a teen to video games highlighting human rights abuses, we take a look at the Yellow Pencil-winning moving image and animation projects from D&AD’s New Blood Awards
The New York Times won big in the recent Cannes Lions festival for its experiments with virtual reality. We talk to Patrick Milling Smith, co-founder of the production company behind the works, about how he envisions the future of VR.
A new exhibition at the Imperial War Museum in London looks at the representation of conflict in film, with props, models and costumes from some of the past century’s most famous war films…
Fancy a two-week residency in Croatia this summer? We’ve teamed up with Obonjan – the island hosting a six-week programme of music, arts and cultural events – to offer an artist-in-residence opportunity to one lucky creative. But hurry, there’s just one day left to enter…
Each year, Saatchi & Saatchi presents a showcase of work at Cannes Lions from some of the best new talents in filmmaking. We pick our favourite films from the class of 2016.
A whopping 26 Grand Prix awards were handed out in Cannes over the past week, across Cannes Lions, Lions Health, Lions Innovation, and Lions Entertainment. Here’s the list in full, plus a few reflections on the festival.
The Helvetica director is using Kickstarter to back “the world’s first feature documentary on legendary designer Dieter Rams” and help preserve his design archive
Caroline Norbury, chief executive of Creative England and one of our Creative Leaders 50, explains how her organisation is supporting creative businesses across the UK and helping promote new talent outside of London
Each month we will be tapping into the expertise of our Creative Leaders 50 for their views on how to tackle the biggest challenges of running a creative team. Here, Federico Gaggio shares his insights