Mercifully, Whybin\TBWA has launched a new ANZ campaign that does not feature the smarmy, overexposed noseyparker Simon Baker.
Burger King has teamed up with Colenso BBDO and Finch to bring back BK’s two frightfully upper-class characters Sir Roger Poppincock and Baron von Cravat in a new spot to launch the new and improved King’s Collection menu of premium burgers.
Advertisers, musicians and filmmakers have taken to the Luis Suarez Soccer World Cup biting controversy with moving enthusiasm.
Whisker, a New Zealand short film about a man trying to win a beard-growing contest, has won the Future Filmmaker Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival.
The Sweet Shop NZ directors Steve Ayson and Damien Shatford have partnered with Semi-Permanent and Google Creative Lab Sydney to create an interactive movie experience for Google Creative Lab’s experimental platform for interactive storytelling, the Cube.
FCB has shot a new TVC for Air New Zealand to market the airline’s four types of domestic flight tickets.
Wildly popular music video director duo Thunderlips (Auckland-based Kiwis Sean Wallace & Jordan Dodson) have joined Thick as Thieves.
Global haircare giant Pantene has evolved its global Shine Strong campaign by launching a new video that tackles a common but unconscious behaviour many women around the world engage in everyday: over-apologizing.
There’s no holding back a truly great ad – and DraftFCB’s Mitre 10 Sandpit is proving that it’s already a classic. This month it returns to the M+AD Top 10 (at #2) a remarkable six years after it was created (in 2008).
New Zealand has four commercials through to the shortlist round of the Cannes Film Lions, announced overnight – two from DDB, and one each from Clemenger and Saatchi & Saatchi.