Yes& and FEMA New Campaign Flips the Script on Flood Insurance as Ominous 2024 Atlantic Hurricane Season Looms

by / July 15, 2024 /

There’s little to celebrate regarding this year’s Atlantic hurricane season, which is forecast to be the most active on record. But FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and it’s agency partner Yes& are helping consumers find the “win” in the midst of impending flood loss with a new twist on flood insurance marketing. The “Winning Choice�[Read More]

Director Luke Gilford Saddles-Up With Little Minx

by / July 2, 2024 /

Little Minx, a 2022 and 2024 AdAge A-List Production Company Standout, has signed Luke Gilford to its renowned stable of directors for commercial representation. A gifted multi-hyphenate artist, Gilford wrote and directed the critically acclaimed National Anthem, his debut feature film, which premiered at TIFF and SXSW in 2023. This summer, the film will close Raindance and Frameline film festivals before opening in select theaters on July 12th and nati[Read More]


by / June 24, 2024 /

The “Pay What You Want” pizza truck will head to 10 major U.S. cities with all proceeds going to help children who face adversity.

Newman’s Own, Inc. – the company known for its great tasting, high-quality food products and its commitment to "give it all away," with 100% of its profits going to help children who face adversity – is proud to debut a national Pay What You Want pizza truck. In the face of high food prices, the Pay Wh[Read More]

“The Wrong Way”: Embracing Imperfection in Art and Life

by / June 17, 2024 /

Trash-mâché is an art form that could only be coined by The Many’s head of Programming, Maude Standish. Having recently debuted her glorious pieces of trash-turned-art in Santa Monica at a show titled, “The Wrong Way,” The Many’s People Operations manager, Johanna Penry, invited her to sit down for a conversation about art, work, and perfectionism.


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by / June 17, 2024 /

Station Film welcomes award-winning filmmaker Kevin Bolger to the company for commercials. Renowned for realism in his work, Bolger’s commercials stand out for cinematic visuals and storytelling that is relatable for honest moments, big and small. His latest work for newspaper Atlanta Journal-Constitution features real people and actors in an ode to the modern city of Atlanta. Other highlights include campaigns for Toyota, Dove and Athleta, to note only[Read More]