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Union Welcomes Christopher Huth
Editor Christopher Huth has joined the staff of bicoastal Union Editorial. Known for affecting stories that span the spectrum of human emotion, Huth edited AICP Best in Show honoree “Dear Sophie” for Google Chrome via BBH and Google Creative Labs, and 2016 Cannes Direct Gold Lion-winner Pantene “DadDo” via Grey, directed by Pam Thomas. He recently completed anthem spots for Tempurpedic (via Hill Holliday, directed by Josh Taft) and USPS (via McCann, directed by Henry Alex Rubin), as well as a short film for Chicco (via Mullen, directed by John X. Carey).
Marco Perez Makes An "Uncertain" Return To Tribeca Film Festival.
Wonder and horror stalk this remarkable documentary from film-makers Ewan McNicol and Anna Sandilands. Its setting is the tiny town of Uncertain (motto: “America’s best-kept secret”), a remote outpost that takes its name from its hazy status on the border of Texas and Louisiana.
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Pussy Riot Trump Video Reunites Union’s Eric Argiro With Director Jonas Akerlund.
Pussy Riot Trump Video Reunites Union’s Eric Argiro With Director Jonas Akerlund
Union's Eric Argiro began work on Pussy Riot’s "Make America Great Again" in June, before the Access Hollywood tape, before Russia crashed the election, and before the Facebook launch of Trump TV. Directed by Jonas Akerlund, the video depicts the early days of a Trump presidency as an autocracy where dissident women are objectified, branded and abused, not necessarily in that order.
Sloane Klevin's Microsoft "Women Made" is #1: 10 best TV commercials of 2016 so far.
Microsoft introduces a campaign themed "Make What's Next," part of an effort to encourage girls to enter tech fields that's timed to coincide with International Women's Day. Business Insider ranks it best commercial of 2016.
Silver Lion Winner in Cyber at Cannes 2016
Rachael Waxler helps 72andSunny change things up for Carl’s Jr.
Following a seemingly endless stream of ads following the supermodel in skimpy outfit formula, including its recent “The Most American Thing Ever,” 72andSunny change things up with two new ads for Carl’s Jr promoting the chain’s Ding Dong Ice Cream Sandwich (made with the Hostess treat) and Grilled Pork Chop Biscuit.