Each week Bestads picks the very best advertising in the world, in every medium – which is reviewed by a top creative director or team to select their own personal favourites.
This week’s guest judge is Kirsten Rutherford, global executive creative director at Team One, Los Angeles.
I’m writing this from 11887m above a town called Grand Junction en route to Toronto for shoot. Thankfully, the work this week has kept me more entertained than the prospect of some of the inflight movies.
Air Canada’s selection boasts Creed 2, John Wick 3, Little (which purely seems like the umpteenth remake of Big) or the LEGO movie 2: the second part.
Seems sequels are the theme of the day then.
Winner: The New York Times:The Truth has a Voice: Gender Equality is a better sequel than anything showing on my inflight console. The original spots that swept last year’s award shows were the epitome of craft and intelligence. The Gender Pay work continues this. What great sound design too. If this were a sequel, it would be The Godfather II. Another box office hit. READ ON…