Global award-winning entertainment company Caviar has joined ENID. With its London office headed by Managing EP Sorcha Shepherd, Caviar also have offices in Amsterdam, Brussels, Los Angeles, Madrid and Paris. The company’s ever growing circle of creators is rooted in branded content and film, with storytelling at the heart of everything they do. They are ever evolving and constantly expanding into new areas with creative work that stands out in its own right, gaining worldwide recognition and consistently winning awards at top industry festivals.
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GoDaddy‘s new campaign celebrates Britain’s entrepreneurial spirit. Narrated by comedian Javone Prince, created by VCCP, and directed by CANADA London‘s Pensacola, the commercial film tells the story of Look Mum No Hands – a cafe/bicycle shop/ bar that used GoDaddy to get a domain name, build a website and grow an online following for coffee fans, casual drinkers and cycling fanatics alike. GoDaddy is set to showcase a series of successful British businesses throughout the year through TV and out-of-home ads.
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The much-anticipated series from Oscar-nominated writer Tony McNamara (‘The Favourite’), ‘The Great’, debuts on Hulu Friday, May 15. Featuring Snapper Films’ Florence Keith-Roach, the satirical comedic drama follows the unlikely rise and spectacular reign of feminist trailblazer Catherine the Great, the longest running female leader in Russian history. The series also stars Elle Fanning as Catherine, Nicholas Hoult, Phoebe Fox, Adam Godley, Gwilym Lee, Charity Wakefield, Douglas Hodge and Sacha Shawan.
Florence Keith-Roach is a director, writer and actor working across theatre, film, television and commercials. Her most recent short film, ‘A Family Affair’, which she wrote, directed and stared in, has been a triumph, just premiered in Sydney and is still picking up accolades, which include Best British Comedy at Discovery Film Festival, Best Of The Festival and shortlisted for Best International Short Film at Inside Out Festival Toronto, Best Of The Festival at Palm Springs Short Film Festival, honourable mentioned for Best Performance in a Short Film at LOCO Film Festival, triumphed at the London Film Festival, awarded for New Talent at Ciclope (only UK talent to be awarded in this category). The short film was also screened The First Film Fight Club in London, together with Mike Leigh’s directorial feature debut, followed by a Q&A with both directors.
Blitz Bazawule is a filmmaker and musician born in Ghana. His feature directorial debut ‘The Burial Of Kojo’ premiered at Urbanworld Film Festival where it won Best Narrative Feature (World Cinema). The film also won the Grand Prize at the 2019 Luxor African Film Festival in Egypt. Written and directed by Bazawule, filmed entirely in Ghana on a micro-budget, with local crew and several first-time actors, the film tells the story of Kojo (Joseph Otsiman), who is left to die in an abandoned gold mine, as his young daughter Esi (newcomer Cynthia Dankwa) travels through a spirit land to save him. The film was produced by Blitz Bazawule, Ama Abebrese and Kwaku Obeng Boateng, is distributed by ARRAY and was released on Netflix, making it the first Ghanaian film to premiere on Netflix.
CANADA’s Nicolás Méndez directs new global campaign for Mercedes-Benz to promote the brand’s first electric SUV, featuring Grammy award-winning singer The Weekend. The artist appears in the film soundtracked to his new single, ‘Blinding Lights‘ and is also creative director on the project. Méndez is known internationally for acclaimed pieces, such as El Guincho ‘Bombay’, Phoenix ‘Trying to be Cool’, Beck ‘Up All Night’ (nominated for Best Music Video at the Grammy Awards), and Rosalía ‘Malamente’ (Best Pop International Video and Best Director at the UKMVA’s), amongst other MV work, as well as commercial films for brands that include Apple, Cravendale, Cadbury’s, Budweiser, Chupa-Chups and Huawei, to name just a few.
To view more of Nicolás Méndez‘s work, click here.
Hoi Polloi’s Jamie Gyngell has won this year’s Homespun Yarns short film competition with his film 4×6, after a screening night at the Ministry of Sound in London. ‘4×6′ is the story of graphic artist, Tessa, who finds a mysterious photo of an unknown couple amongst her latest batch of prints, her curiosity unleashes a sinister force beyond her control. It is the first horror film Yarns have ever commissioned and earned some very favourable comments from the judges;
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Great Guns’ Daisy Zhou directed the latest campaign for Aston Martin ‘Beautiful is Relentless’, creatively devised by Prism and produced by Great Guns. Daisy was provided with a briefing deck from Aston Martin that suggested the overall feeling of what they wanted for the various assets. No script was provided – with Aston Martin and Prism wanting Daisy to have the freedom to use her own creativity to come up with unique visuals and sound design for the piece. Daisy and Great Guns worked closely with Prism and the Aston Martin team throughout the process to create all assets.
To view more of Daisy Zhou‘s work, click here.
Jake Nava directs new commercial film for Google Pixel 4, titled ‘Dance Off‘, created by US advertising agency Swift. The campaign introduces a new way to mix up the party playlist with Google Pixel 4 and Motion Sense, featuring music from Cage The Elephant, Stormzy, Party Favor, and Bipolar Sunshine. Nava’s work have been highly awarded, and continues to break new ground at the intersection of culture and storytelling, with iconic pieces across a number of genres.
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Darren Aronofsky’s Chromista has just signed Australia-native writer and director, Sarah Daggar-Nickson. Dagger-