THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN
Seven people, selected for their unique skill of being an entirely random representative of a social type, hole up in a room. With only soft drinks, sandwiches and cakes for survival, the seven members of the Focus Group come together to speak their mind behind a mirror and save the fate of the Marketing department.
WALL STREET 3
Michael Douglas passed on voicing this animated final part of the trilogy, in which financier Gordon Gekko is turned into a gecko in order to generate a greater level of empathy with the central character while he wrestles to take control of Goldman Sachs. Stunning cel painting by a student of Hiromasa Yonebayashi and score by Johnny Greenwood.
THE ATTACK OF THE 50 FOOT LOGO
Designer Ann Brockmann and Art Director Pete Rand are working on a branding project, when the client suddenly gets a new project manager. He wants the logo bigger. And bigger, And bigger. He’s out of control. Only Brockmann and Rand, and some Swiss Design stand between humanity and the logo that threatens to consume the world.
It was Account Manager Zak Dexter’s last day before retirement. But he gets pulled back in for one last job when a psychopathic client leaves a voicemail “You have only seven days to create a campaign and deliver the final artwork… The brief is hidden in a mysterious language called Corporatespeak …”
An action-packed thriller in which the Client sends out a brief and three weeks later the Creatives send back a mysterious package called “The Execution.” Why is the Mom speaking in a fake French accent? Why is the music obscure 1950s Jazz? And what has this got to do with selling breakfast cereal? And what the hell is the client going to do!
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