From students to agencies, we pick 10 of our favourite winners from the 39th Annual Loeries Awards 2017.
: Egg Films
Absa has taken an unconventional approach to advertising with a 4-minute music video ‘Save for Change’ directed by Egg Films’ Dani Hynes.
Chicken Licken’s new ad ‘The Great Dlamini’ causes us imagine what might be possible if we harnessed the power of a craving.
Desmond and the Tutus’ new music video for ‘Teenagers’ is a colourful and nostalgic treat from start to finish which, we imagine, was just as fun to make as it is to watch.
Mazda has recently relaunched in South Africa with three new models. To reintroduce Mazda to South Africans, advertising agency, Black River FC, decided to tell the brand’s story by moving back through time.
Ahead of The Oude Meester Tour here are a few SA creatives whose brilliant work is being noticed abroad, and rightfully so. Here’s to mastering your craft!
Egg Films started in 1998 as a two man operation based in Cape Town. Now, with offices in Johannesburg and Cape Town, the award-winning production company has a strong roster of local and international directors. Over the years they’ve expanded beyond their advertising roots to explore music videos, feature […]
A look at the winning projects and campaigns that won the biggest honours of the Loerie Awards 2014; Craft Gold, Gold and Grand Prix.
These were the winners of Craft certificates at the 2014 Loerie Awards. Enjoy looking, watching and listening.
From logos to live events and everything in between, here’s all the work that took home Silver at the Loerie Awards this year.
Here’s a look at all the Bronze winning work from the 2014 Loerie Awards.
In Ads This Week we’ve got ads for Old Mutual, Brut, Amstel Lite, Netflorist, and Mr Delivery.
Leading up to the Levi’s Pioneer Nation festival, we caught up with filmmaker Lebogang Rasethaba about his career highlights and being a pioneer.
In ‘Ads This Week’ we’ve got two campaigns about watching TV and two campaigns featuring unborn babies – in one we’re entertained by singing triplets and in the other a baby of a different species makes a surprise appearance.
Dani Hynes is the rather funny director from Egg Films who has worked on commercials for the likes of Nando’s, Wimpy, Revlon and The Yellow Pages. She has been directing for about 8 years now, after having been persuaded by her husband and a very good friend to do […]