Commissioned by Projects UK in Newcastle upon Tyne, England and featured on the Pieces compilation VHS. "Ads for RA Shampoo."
A short remake of Luchino Visconti's "Death in Paris," where instead of a cholera epidemic it's the "Acquired Dread of Sex" (ADS) epidemic.
Advertising surrounds us. It is part of our lives, our memory and our culture: it is a pure reflection of our society. However, those who think and create ads are unknown people. Playing with the mechanisms of publicity as a narrative resource, we enter this medium through Spain's best creative director: Toni Segarra.
A collection of European T.V. commercials directed by a variety of well-known directors from across Europe and the U.S. Compiled and produced by Jean-Marie Boursicot.
A day in the life of one of Melbourne's television stations, as filmed off the screen, one frame in every 10 seconds in 1979. A powerful observation of the content of 'our box in the corner' 20 years ago. Set to the music of Bach.
A collection of short films from the the world-famous, controversial advertising campaign for Diesel. The films are; Magic 55, Hot Couture, Le Look Le Plus Cool, Le Look Le Plus Cool 2, Business As Usual, East Side Story and Battle of Ardennes.
Paddy McGuinness celebrates the humour, imagination and blockbuster entertainment that footie ads have brought viewers over the last 30 years.
Part II of a compilation movie featuring European T.V. commercials directed by a variety of well-known directors from across Europe and the U.S. Compiled and produced by Jean-Marie Boursicot.
A collection of Drive In Movie Intermission ads from the 1950's - 1960's.
Every year, thousands of commercials are made that never reach our TV screens, deemed too shocking to see. In order to make it onto the screen, they must clear all manner of obstacles, from fussy clients to obsessive regulators and restrictive rights issues. X-Rated takes a look at these outlawed pieces of advertising, revealing the most explicit, controversial and shocking ads never seen. These are ads that break all manner of taboos, from sex, violence, blasphemy, homosexuality, animal cruelty, rapping pensioners, swearing children, suicidal toys and naked athletes to Kylie in her undies on a bucking bronco. Amongst the contributors are advertising executives, producers and censors. The programme also takes a look at the embarrassing world of western celebrities in Japanese ads.
Unlike all other films of Cuneyt Arkin, this film picture is taken by a highly skilled team with quite a lot of preparations. The scenario is a fairy tale which is pleasantly supported by some high quality visual effects (prepared in a visual lab in England). The scenes are all supported with high quality decorations of the old times of the tale. Cuneyt Arkin with his athletic capabilities enables the hero of this tale to be brought to life in his act. It is really unlucky for the film team to prepare such a good film after a series of junk films which directly reduced the interest to this high quality film.
Four interwoven stories that occur on Halloween: an everyday high school principal has a secret life as a serial killer; a college virgin might have just met the one guy for her; a group of teenagers pull a mean prank; a bitter old recluse receives an uninvited guest.