Award-winning animation studio teams up with the Scottish Government and The Leith Agency on a thoughtful animated commercial to provide a clearer understanding of autism to the non-autistic population.
Tagged With: PSAs
Hundreds of thousands of ballots get thrown out because they’re not filled out correctly; new short uses humor to emphasize that everyone should pay attention when voting by mail, because every ballot counts.
Studio’s new fully CG spot drops viewer into frantic video game race to find loved one after realizing unsecured gun is missing from a drawer.
The #WorkThePolls nonpartisan campaign goes live with its first animated PSA, encouraging young people to become poll workers for the upcoming election.
Three weekly releases of student films showcase power of animation in global fight to end gender inequality and sexual harassment.
Led by Experimental Animation Program faculty Pia Borg and Character Animation Program faculty Soyeon Kim, CalArts students create a series of short films for the annual HeForShe Summit.
New 2D-animated PSA by Steve Moore begins with the idea that immigration is an opportunity, not a threat.
Volunteer-run organization of concerned animation professionals formed in the wake of the election releases four new animated PSAs focused on immigration, reliable media coverage, political redistricting and other constitutional issues.
More than 200 Concerned Oscar and Emmy-winning animators form coalition to create animated PSAs aimed at changing the discussion on immigration, healthcare and more jeopardized institutions in the wake of the presidential election.
Not To Scale New York and Droga5 blend a clean 2D infographic style with live-action footage for director Lucinda Schreiber’s PSA to help shine a light on the 130 million girls around the world denied a proper education.
New volunteer-run organization made up of more than 200 concerned animation professionals releases its first animated PSA, 'Share in the Care: Defend the Affordable Care Act,' that illustrates the problems with repealing the Affordable Care Act in a humorous, informative way.
Sharable campaign includes a charming series of short films encouraging people to talk about life and death in a positive way.
Bristol-based animation studio teams with creative agency Caroline to create an engaging character to help shine a light on age-related Macular Degeneration.
Ad agency 180LA teams with Consulado, House of Colors, Bubba’s Chop Shop and Gilles+Cecilie Studio to create true stories of refugee and migrant children for new #actofhumanity global initiative.
OIAF40 runs September 21-25, 2016; deadline for submissions of short films, features, TV series, music videos, PSAs and commercials made after May 29th, 2015 is Friday, May 13.
Directorial duo designs, crafts and puppeteers new PSA campaign for St. John Ambulance to help make baby CPR as easy as remembering a nursery rhyme.
New digital campaign by AIS London for Alzheimer’s Research UK urges public to #sharetheorange and raise awareness of dementia.
Hornet director Peter Sluszka teams with agency Grey to show drivers what happens on the other side of the windshield in a clever new puppetry PSA, ‘Stop The Roadkill,’ for The Humane Society.
Creative studio helps bring awareness to juvenile sex trafficking with animated video for Shared Hope International
NYC-based design/animation company the STUDIO’s ‘Give Luci’ PSA wins organization’s Independent Animation Award.
Portland, Oregon-based digital design studio leverages Cospective’s web-based review and playback tool Frankie for PSA for AdoptUSKids.
Hornet Directors Yves Geleyn and Dan & Jason pair up on new spots for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Britain's leading children's charity fighting to end child abuse.