As disaster unfolds when a group of office workers compare their misleading R15 purchases, one man finds the sweet spot with a meal from Chicken Licken.
We had shiny eyes watching this tale of an over-burdened mother and her considerate son told by Joe Public and directed by Greg Gray for insurance client Dialdirect.
Mama Marikana gives a voice to the women left behind after the 2012 massacre. We hear first hand from the director and producer about making the film.
The latest from Velocity’s Leigh Ogilvie is an incredible new commercial created to capture the spirit and ethos of Austria’s number one network: A1.
In Ads This Week we’re watching a disappearing car, listening to the words of Nelson Mandela, looking at a print ad for the New Golf R, and getting free Castle Lite through a digital trick by Liquorice.
Peugeot, ‘Five Year Plan’ Peugeot is offering a five year plan with all new purchaces, which covers all services and replacement parts exluding tyres and fuel. An ad created to communicate this reflects the transformations that happen in our day-to-day lives, and how our constants turn out to […]
Part 2 of a 2 part interview with Monareng Makwetla and Mpho Twala of Velocity Afrika, about the challenges and rewards of a South African production company making ads for the rest of the continent.
Before we move forward, we’re taking a quick look back. Our 2013 Highlights kick off with an ode to cities; big and small, near and far, real and imagined. Go explore.
The second ad in a new campaign by 360eight and Velocity Films for the Yellow Pages. This time we’re introduced to Danish master of dance, Nicolai Norgaard.
The latest for Lunch Bar by Ogilvy Johannesburg and Velocity films.
Business Day’s new brand campaign ‘Understand Your Country Or Lose It’ takes a critical and necessary look at the realities faced by South Africans who suffer personally as a result of the country’s current political economy.
Savanna’s latest TV commercial introduces two new characters and a considerably more upmarket venue than the Barry Hilton-era dives. The punchline, however, is as ‘Savanna’ as always.
Virgin Active kicked off 2012 with a movement called “What’s Your Stuff?” encouraging people to share the things that hold them back.