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Halford’s
‘Tour de Britain’

Something that unites everyone is the moment of taking off the stabilisers and hitting the open road, without support. Ideally not hitting the road of course. But enjoying the thrill of self-powered speed. Riding a bike is an infectious, joyful thrill that unites amateurs and professionals alike. As this film set out to prove.

Written by Mother, London
Directed by The Glue Society

Headspace Fathers And Sons

Headspace
‘Fathers & Sons’

A lot goes unsaid between a father and a child. Particular if it’s a son. Some fathers spend no more than 15 minutes a...

Aldi Mobile

Aldi Mobile
‘Granny’

What if getting your hands on a mobile phone plan was as easy as doing your grocery shopping? But it does raise the question,...

The Martian Embassy

Sydney Story Factory
‘Martian Embassy’

Hot on the heels of Dave Eggers’ 826 Valencia project, this Sydney creative writing centre for kids needed to take them and their imaginations...

Art & About Sydney Us

Art & About Sydney
‘Us’

The school photo was the thing we all loved to hate as kids. But then again, as a reminder of growing up and remembering...

Ikea A Wonderful Life

IKEA
‘Wonderful Life’

How are lifelong memories made? Perhaps they stem from simple things which surround us and shape our lives. Even bits of everyday furniture can...

1882
‘Ansiosos y un Capuchón’

Take 1,882 Argentinians of the most nervous disposition imaginable. Put them on an empty airstrip and watch them suffer. Would their anxiety be better...

Sculpture by the Sea, Denmark
‘Once’

Take one funfair, filled with colourful rides, festoon lights and painted type, and crush it into a 4 metre box. Then transport to Denmark...