Friday Odds and Ends

By Patrick Coffee 

-Y&R New York, production company Park Pictures, Academy Award winning cinematographer Emmanuel “Chivo” Lubezki and Emmy-winning director Chris Wilcha joined forces to make this film for KIND snacks about groups who leave jugs of water near the U.S./Mexico border.

-AOL Instant Messenger died today … but now it will live on forever thanks to the gentle people at DiMassimo Goldstein.

In case you read about Rotten Apples, the Rotten Tomatoes-style site that tracks all the films and TV shows associated with men who’ve been accused of sexual misbehavior … it was created by Zambezi.


-What, you thought Ad Contrarian’s “Best of 2017” list would be sincere?

-Snapchat has opened its studio lens to everyone. This will surely save the business.

-Ogilvy & Mather appointed Donna Pedro as its chief ethics officer.

-Independent creative and tech agency Klick Health released a holiday song to raise money for nonprofit Operation Warm.

-Cubo’s Jonathan Sant explains why Graham Fink is his advertising hero.