KINOPRAVDA goes International with WISE

David Reviews‘ ‘Pick of the Day’, Kinopravda‘s ‘Gone International’ is Wise‘s latest spot for their ‘Tina Goes International’ campaign. Devised by BigSmall, the brand line ‘Your Money Anywhere’ reinforces their idea that sending money across borders should be as easy as sending an email. Kinopravda is a creative collaboration between an international group of directors, based in …

A Monstrous Neighbour Stars in ELIZABETH ORNE’s Latest for AMAZON PRIME

Known for creating cinematic spots with dryly comedic and irreverent undertones, Elizabeth Orne charms viewers with her latest work for Amazon Prime. Starring a monstrous neighbour, ‘Neighbors’ encourages Amazon users to ‘find their happy place.’ Elizabeth’s unique directing style has led to collaborations with worldwide brands such as LinkedIn, Facebook, PayPal, Coors, Dove, Dreamworks, and Disney.

YDA winner LISETTE DONKERSLOOT’s new commercial for BBC

This year’s Young Director Award winner, Lisette Donkersloot,has directed a new commercial film for BBC Creative, covering the return of the Premier League Championship, the non-league football, and the new WSL season. Produced by Caviar, the spot uses a variety of film stocks interwoven with material from the BBC archive; showcasing the passion, creativity and resilience …

LOS PÉREZ’s new work for Tinder

Following on from their immense success helming the campaign’s debut commercials in February,  Mischief and Caviar‘s Los Pérez reunite once again for the return of Tinder‘s ‘It Starts With A Swipe‘ campaign. ‘Summer Fling‘ follows an encounter that extends through the seasons, while ‘Breakfast Boy’ depicts a date that ends with breakfast in bed. …

TAICHI KIMURA directs new episode for Nike’s documentary series

Caviar’s Taichi Kimura recently directed an episode for Nike‘s documentary series, ‘What are you working on?’, focusing on the winner of Wimbledon 2023 wheelchair Tokito Oda. The episode was done in-house with Nike and shot on location in Japan. Japanese-born Kimura splits his time between London and Tokyo, drawing inspiration from Japanese and British culture. His first feature …