AMSTERDAM—Actress Margaret Qualley winked, strutted and laser-blasted her way into the hearts of judges at this year's Epica Awards, where her long-form ad for Kenzo Parfums has won the Grand Prix in film.
Every month, some conference, roundtable, festival interview or trade column presents another thought leader offering a jargon-infested declaration stating that whatever you currently accept as normal is now dead.
If you find most ads for pricey perfume to be pretentious and ridiculous, because they are, this one's for you. But it's so over the top, it can't help but leave you entertained.
The conventional wisdom is that millennials are fleeing TV, but as usual, Vice is playing the role of disrupter. On Feb. 29, the company will take over History offshoot H2 and launch a new network called Viceland.
CANNES, France—Spike Jonze has made a lot of great commercials over the years. "Crazy Legs" for Levi's. "Hello Tomorrow" for Adidas.