COATSVILLE, Monday: Film Construction has released Ep 3 of its Place online film series which showcases NZ locations and filmmakers. This five-minute edition is titled From The Bird’s Eye and has a tight focus on the use of drones on commercial shoots.
AUCKLAND, Today: Indie agency Run has created a new employer brand campaign for telco 2degrees, with the core message – “if you’re looking for something different then we’re looking for you”.
AUCKLAND, Today: Sydney creative agency Emotive, along with NZ agencies PHD Media and Drum PR, have launched a campaign for Lynx and Xbox, with an ANZ esports competition targeted at gamers to find the ultimate ‘Lynx Legend’.
QUEENSTOWN, Today: What’s it like to stay at Michael Hill’s stunning $38,000 a night luxury lodge in the heart of the Southern Alps? Shotover Films created an experiential commercial for luxury travel designers Touch of Spice that follows a group of friends enjoying the property and surrounding escapes.
AUCKLAND, Today: DDB is giving Bluebird chips a nudge, reinventing the Bluebird penguin ‘Chippy’, according to a statement supplied by the client.
AUCKLAND, Monday: BC&F Dentsu has launched its first campaign for fmcg brand Essano, aiming “to drive greater growth”.
AUCKLAND, Today: Sealy of Australia has appointed DDB NZ to launch a new brand campaign, Clearly A Sealy, to reinforce Sealy’s leadership position in the premium bedding market. Whilst targeting an Australian audience primarily, the work is also planned to run in a number of other markets across the Asia-Pacific region.
AUCKLAND, Today: Ponsonby creative/brand experience agency Crave has launched a new integrated campaign for global ridesharing platform Ola’s partnership with Kiwi fashion label Zambesi, for New Zealand Fashion Week.
SINGAPORE, Sunday: The critics are climbing all over soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo, labelling his new tvc for ecommerce portal Shopee “an abomination” and a warning to retailers with agency ambitions.
AUCKLAND, Today: For Rail Safety Week, DDB, KiwiRail and TrackSAFE have this week launched Near Miss Memorials to remember the close calls suffered daily by train drivers.