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Work of the Week: 15/10/21


The past seven days have been a diverse champion of expression from race to gender and celebrating being who you are

Work of the Week: 15/10/21

In the UK, October 2021 marks Black History Month. And what better way to celebrate the stories of Black British History featuring footballers Rio Ferdinand, Anton Ferdinand, Marcus Rashford, and Eniola Aluko who make up team Hope United. Not only is the film a way to commemorate those involved in Windrush, but it also champions stories that many in Britain – and around the world – may not know about. Created by Saatchi & Saatchi and directed by The Visionaries’ Tom Brown, the film is to be released on BT Sport this month.

This week we’ve also seen a strong expression of being who you are in a film for John Lewis by adam&eveDDB. The short clip follows a young boy giving the literal performance of his life to Stevie Nicks’ Edge of Seventeen for John Lewis Insurance. While the campaign has attracted plenty of positive and negative attention, it’s a clip that’s sure to make you think….and reach for the cleaning supplies.

Check out that and more here.

Rio and Anton Ferdinand Join Hope United for BT's Black British History Month Film

A Young Boy Gives the Performance of His Life for John Lewis’ Home Insurance Spot

FCB India Champions the 'Steel Within' Women for Elegant Steels

Scotiabank’s Hockey for All Platform Aims to Address Hockey's Continued Diversity Challenges

wagamama Unleashes Dinosaur Vegamama on the World to Launch Plant-Based Mission

Hard-Hitting New PSA Challenges the Stigma Surrounding Grief

McDonalds Czech Republic's Crispy Chicken Deluxe is So Good, It'll Change Your Daily Routine

USA/SYFY’s Chucky and The Many Crashed New York Comic Con

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LBB Editorial, Fri, 15 Oct 2021 11:15:00 GMT