• This commercial for Audi Celebrates their amazing dominance of Le Mans. Despite showing the new coupe R18 car, Director Chris Curtis wanted to focus on their driver (Allan McNish) and the incredible physical feat it takes to drive at the top level in this world famous race. The music is composed by the very talented Chris Reed. Original presented in 3D stereoscopic, this is the 2D version of the version delivered for cinema and TV.

  • Man vs Magnet team up again to create an emotive film for The Girl Effect, produced through Not To Scales London Office,  ‘Smart Economics’ tells the story of 5 girls in Ethiopia, the challenges they face and their potential to contribute to society. The Girl Effect is about leveraging the unique potential of adolescent girls to end poverty for themselves, their families, their communities, their countries and the world. Matt crafted a unique technique for the film cleverly using collage and real photographs from Ethiopia. #smarteconomics

  • Silent Studios created a campaign of five films for multinational professional services network PricewaterhouseCoopers touching on the reality that our lives are in a constant state of evolution and flux. These simple subtle and sophisticated films send the message that if you want to keep ahead on how best you and your business should adapt, you can rely upon the commercial focus and expertise provided by the many services available at PWC.


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  • Steve Fuller, widely known for iconic projects such as his Emmy winning main titles for AMC’s Mad Men serving as Creative Director and Designer, brings us this action film inspired promo for premium cable and satellite television network, HBO.






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  • Virgin hotels launch a new two-minute video to illustrate their new services and amenities that match their modern, contemporary ethos of the Virgin Brand. Created by One Trick Pony and Not To Scale New York, this ‘Brilliant’ new film will appear across Virgin Hotels new website, youtube and across the brands social media channels. ​

  • Not To Scale Amsterdam, Director Bertrand Bey and Art Director Adam Janeczeck were commissioned by creative agency Havvas WorldWide to create this heritage film for the world’s first luxury whisky, Chivas Regal.



  • Skrillex’s record label OWSLA asked Hello Savants to produce this music video for the London based artist Phonat. This video is a rapid edit of surreal images and graphics, connected with free association and non linear relation. It translates in imagery the same grammar made of samples used in the music. A great mix of media and colour pallets combined into captivating visuals.

  • Steve Scott creates animated short “Time’s the Charm” for Luxury British Shoemaker John Lobb. The story follows a typical John Lobb customer through the days & seasons in various pairs of versatile shoe range. All design and production created out of NTS HQ, Soho London. The film is created as part of a campaign for the brand, which saw content delivered across digital, social media, print and in-store. The film and relative content also featured at the London Collections: Men as part of a fully immersive show, read the Telegraph Luxury review.



  • Maxime Bruneel has just finished a twerk – tastic music video for Diplo and Swick featuring TT The Artist & Lewis Cancut on a killer track, Dat a Freak. Working out of Chez Eddy Paris with the expert team there producing and all this especially for record label a la mode Mad Decent records. Maxime was tasked with creating the video through painstakingly working through all the best twerking footage in the world. He and his team had to carefully rotoscoped each shot and then created additional designs… It’s was a tough job but someone had to do it. Enjoy.









  • Flamboyant Paradise directed this insane film for the energy drink, Flying Horse. An 80’s harlem flat was recreated with a bat mimicking its masters B-Boy dancing, and renewing it’s energy through his energised blood. Flamboyant Paradise worked with a puppet and the best puppeteers in Brazil while making this commercial. (No Bat was hurt during the making of this film).