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Sunu captures energy of Africa in new Standard Bank spot

Egg Films’ Sunu directed Never Stop Moving Forward, TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris’ new pan-African campaign for Standard Bank. Sunu’s treatment was all about bringing the human element to a depiction of Africa as a place of possibility. “Industry is because of people, so we focused on finding the humanity and emotion in each of the sequences,” says Sunu, who […]Read More

Terence Neale scores Direction Craft Gold hat-trick at Loeries

Egg Films – the top ranked South African production company last year – had another great Loerie Awards, with its directors taking home three Golds, Silver, Bronze and two Craft Certificates. With 24 nominations, Egg was the most nominated production company overall going into the Loeries, just ahead of sister company Arcade Content on 23. […]Read More

Arcade Scoops Four Silvers at The Loeries

At only the second Loerie Awards since it was founded, Arcade Content continued its steady rise, dominating the Music Video category with two Silvers and picking up another two Silvers, three Bronzes and a Craft Certificate for its brand films. With 23 nominations, Arcade was the second most nominated production company overall going into the […]Read More

Terence Neale short wins Craft Gold at Cannes Lions &

Your Future Is Not Mine, a global adidas Originals short film directed by Egg Films’ Terence Neale, won a Gold Film Craft for Original Music at Cannes Lions, thanks to vocalist Daisy Hamel-Buffa and Squeak E Clean Productions. Your Future Is Not Mine won the only Gold in the Original Music category, while Terence was […]Read More

HAUNTING AD BY Y&R SA PORTRAYS THE STORY OF THE

Y&R South Africa’s Cape Town office recently produced a hard-hitting commercial for Safely Home, the road safety campaign platform of the Western Cape Government (WCG), to encourage road users to wear seat belts at all times. The commercial, titled ‘The First Kiss’, depicts the story of a young couple that struggles to find the perfect […]Read More

Terence Neale cracks Best Ads On TV for global adidas

Egg Films’ Terence Neale is in the international spotlight again for Your Future is Not Mine, a global adidas Originals short film for New York agency Johannes Leonardo. Your Future is Not Mine cracked this week’s Best Ads on TV; was Top Spot of The Week on Shoot; and was Editor’s Pick on Creativity and Little Black Book. Beautifully soundtracked by Daisy Hamel-Buffa, the short film challenges the […]Read More

Egg directors going steady with happy clients

Egg Films’ New Year’s resolution was to avoid any one-night stands in 2016 (with the possible exception of their Loeries party). So far, so good, with three campaigns already flighting this year after second, third and fifth dates respectively with repeat clients Careers24, Standard Bank and Wimpy. Slim has now directed eight Standard Bank ads […]Read More

Sunu directs message-on-a-bottle bromance for Castle

Egg Films’ Sunu directed Coming Home, Ogilvy Johannesburg’s new Castle Lager ad celebrating 120 years of the iconic South African beer. The bromance road movie follows a group of friends as they track down the missing link in their group, Siya, who’s been traveling across Africa for years. This was Sunu’s second Castle ad this year […]Read More

Egg tops Loerie rankings; Arcade off to a dream start

Egg Films is the highest ranked South African production company in the official Loerie Awards rankings for 2015, released yesterday. Egg Films director Terence Neale is the second ranked South African director, while Rozanne Rocha-Gray and Julia Schnurr are fourth and eighth respectively in the producing category. Egg’s sister company, Arcade, also features prominently after launching a year ago […]Read More

Lebogang Rasethaba directs Aewon Wolf in Cell C ads

Egg Films’ Lebogang Rasethaba directed Mega Data and Mega Bonus, two music video-styled ads for Cell C featuring Aewon Wolf and Sketchy Bongo from The Wolf Pack. “I wanted to avoid making another ad where black people are dancing for airtime,” says Lebo. “I wanted to rather create something that belongs within a music video context, within that […]Read More