In this raw, beautiful, high energy music video for Jamie N Commons' Not Gonna Break Me, director Emile Rafael explores the no guts/no glory world of boxer Mikael Lawal as he trains to face his largest rival.
Sam Tootal captures a real-life brother and his blind sister in this powerful cinematic piece for the Leontinka Foundation - a charity organization that works with blind children and their families creating a network of support to help navigate the early years of living with blindness.
Emile Rafael’s latest architecture profiling takes us above (exactly 47 floors) and beyond (Manchester, UK) to British architect Ian Simpson’s stunning two-story penthouse atop the city’s renowned Beetham Tower.
Leave it to the curious eye of Emile Rafael to unveil Lenovo’s latest product line with less of a high-tech inspection and more of an imaginative exploration, smoothly weaving through a montage of technological discoveries that focus on the "it's-about-the-journey-not-destination" mentality.
In his latest piece, Savage director Sam Tootal captures the world of
Haringey, England by following its citizens through their natural
habitats. Stitched together, Tootal's collection of local portraits
presents an earnest rebranding campaign, promoting the development and
improvement of the Northern London borough.
Philippe Starck: renowned designer, noted underwear cynic. Emile Rafael presents a wonderfully offbeat and intriguing profile of the illustrious Frenchman, who takes a moment to argue his plea against society's most conventional garment.
director Jan Tesitel was not afraid to get his hands dirty with his
recent commercial project for the Czech National Women’s Rugby Team.
Check out this fantastic crowd-funding campaign, created through Prague
agency Made by Vaculik, which supports these powerful athletes and their
journey to the Women’s Rugby European Cup in Switzerland.
to Emile Rafael, this dreamlike cinematic voyage doesn’t just express the
unexpected wonder in every road trip. Set against misty mountains and roiling
seas that echo Emilie Nicolas’s native Scandinavia, it also perfectly captures
the triumphant, one-of-a-kind vibe of her debut single for Sony/RCA Records.
looked to re-energize The Most Interesting Man in the World, Mike G.’s solution
was this slyly funny, strikingly authentic spot: an unprecedented peek inside
the character’s present, an entertaining expansion of his past, and a
compelling new chapter in the “Stay Thirsty” legend.
a mere $50,000 Kickstarter
campaign, director Mischa Rozema and
his cohorts in Postpanic
created Sundays, an
awe-inspiring sci-fi short. This provocative trailer for the 14-minute film
helped spark an Internet sensation, a Hollywood frenzy—and soon after, a deal
to adapt Sundays into
a feature film for Warner Bros.
the brilliant Greg Cromer (Mad Men, Bad
this collaboration between Mike G. and agency Innocean delivers the type of casual charm and
authentic humor that levitate products to magical new heights.
what so many other commercials try to tell us, beer isn’t always for the good
times. From the visionary minds of directing duo Wolfberg, this against-the-grain masterpiece for
von Matt is more than just an industry award-winner—it may just redefine the
assistance from cinematographer Mattias Rudh, Christoffer von Reis takes us on a delightful filmic
tour of heavenly slumbers for agency Akestam Holst. It’s a beautiful reminder that,
even for us grown-ups, the childlike serenity of a good snooze is only an IKEA
the mysterious creature stalking through its post-industrial shadowlands,
this absorbing video from Postpanic mashes the familiar and the unexpected
into an animated fever dream viewers won’t want to wake up from. Its dark
surrealism gives fascinating new form to SBTRKT’s hypnotic rhythms.
There’s an undeniable charm to the absurdity of Jakub
Kohak’s lively Bond parody for T-Mobile CZ. A seasoned director for
Saatchi & Saatchi’s T-Mobile campaigns, Kohak succeeds in blending his exaggerated zaniness with the gentle comedic
style of famed Czech actor Ivan Trojan.
Shooting his refrigerated subjects with machine-like fluidity,
Sam Tootal whimsically portrays the "life of the refrigerator" through a
meticulous, decade-long inventory of its crisp inhabitants.
Jamie N Commons was born in Bristol, England, United Kingdom but was raised, in part, in Chicago, Illinois in the United States. At age 6, Commons' family moved to Chicago, which would lead to his appreciation of American blues, folk, and swamp rock music and of artists, notable among which are The Allman Brothers Band.
Commons returned to the English West Country at the age of 16.