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  • David Reviews: Five Stars for Toyota Hilux

    Directed by Damien Shatford, Toyota Hilux ‘Unbreakable Bond’ from Saatchi & Saatchi NZ has received a five-star review and 'Pick of the Day' from David Reviews.

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  • Interrogate and Sweetshop form Global Partnership

    We are so proud to share Interrogate and Sweetshop have joined forces in the US. The announcement was featured in Shots with an interview from George Meeker, Executive Producer & Partner of Interrogate, and Wilf Sweetland, CEO & Partner of Sweetshop.

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  • Top 20 of 2020

    Directed by Nicolas Jack Davies, Starbucks 'What's Your Name' from Iris Worldwide has been included in the APA & shots' 'TOP 20 OF 2020' – the work that most impressed over the last 12 months.

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  • David Reviews: Five Stars for WorkSafe

    Worksafe 'Sense It, Stop It' directed by Mark Albiston from FCB New Zealand has received a Five Star review from David Reviews.

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  • Reynald Gresset Extends Representation to UK

    Director Reynald Gresset has extended his relationship with Sweetshop, joining the team in the UK.

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  • The Kiwi Creative Who Conquered New York

    As director Tom Gould heads home to New Zealand, he talks to The Stable's Candide McDonald about his unusual journey.

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  • Tom Gould: Q&A With Campaign Brief

    Sweetshop recently signed Tom Gould for global representation. The director / photographer has spent the last decade living and working in Brooklyn, New York, but now he’s heading home to New Zealand. Campaign Brief finds out more about this extraordinary creative.

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  • Show Me Shorts

    Dylan Pharazyn's 'Career' for Wax Chattels has won Best Music Video at Show Me Shorts Film Festival, with Dylan also being named Best Editor.

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  • Global Effie Awards

    Special Group has won a prestigious Silver Effie for its integrated campaign ‘Good Morning World’ for Tourism New Zealand.

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  • Kate Halpin: An Unconventional Background

    Kate Halpin is Sweetshop’s newest Australian signing, a director with an unconventional career background that gives her work a vibrant difference and a broad range that runs from quirky stylised comedy to dark, gritty drama. The Stable explored what makes Halpin stand out among Aussie directors.

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