Thursday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 

WCRS and Exterion Media launched a “#NoFilter” campaign for Pride in London featuring Sir Ian McKellen, Graham Norton and Stephanie Hirst (video above). In addition to the online spot above, the campaign, which runs until June 27, will also include a digital OOH component. 

More About Advertising reports that Lucky Generals and Joint are on the long list of agencies involved in the Sainsbury’s review. 

-JWT London appointed Rachel Moss as head of content

-Adweek takes a look inside Los Angeles creative agency Omelet’s full-length documentary “License to Operate,” which focuses on former gang leaders committed to improving their communities. 

-Leo Burnett Worldwide global CCO Mark Tutssel shares his Cannes predictions

-Phelps appointed Laura Bernier as vice president, account planning

-New York-based creative editorial boutique Uppercut expanded with the additions of Paul Kelly, Jeff Stevens, Ann Lupo and William Zitser to its editorial roster

The FIA Formula E Championship, “the world’s first all-electric motor racing series,” appointed global experiential agency GMR Marketing to create the fan zone at the VISA London ePrix on July 2-3