September 8th, 2017

Last night, the industry’s best & brightest attended the highly anticipated APA Show at London’s Guildhall, complete with a brand new “Soho” themed twist.

Once again hosted by industry veteran and APA founder Steve Davies, last night's show was an evening to recognise and enjoy the annual showcase of the past year’s best work.

The Mill were thrilled to have collaborated on a huge number of the winning films including; adam&eve’s  H&M ‘Come Together’ directed by Wes Anderson alongside Riff Raff, Skittles ‘Romance’  directed by Harold Einstein from Outsider and Waitrose ‘Coming home’ directed by Sam Brown out of Rogue. BBH’s Virgin Media ‘Delivering Awesome’ directed by Sam Brown out of Rogue, Barnardo’s ‘Believe In Me’ directed by Sara Dunlop of Rattling Stick and Barclays ‘Moped Crash’ directed by James Rouse of Outsider, as well as Havas’ Heathrow ‘Coming Home For Christmas’ Directed by Dom+Nic from Outsider.

Other key work created by The Mill featured in the Collection included; Joint London’s Amazon Prime ‘Different but the Same’ directed by Simon Rattigan out of Rattling Stick, Droga5’s ‘80 Years of Torment’ for Rustlers directed by Steve Rogers out of SOMESUCH, AMV BBDO’s ‘Mega City’ for James Wellbeloved, directed by Againstallodds at Passion Studios, Malteaser’s ‘Boyfriend’, directed by Clay Weiner out of Biscuit Filmworks, Who Wot Why’s ‘The Big Swim’ for Giff Gaff, Directed by Sean Thompson of Dark Energy and Venables Bell & Partners ‘Duel’ for Audi, directed by Ringan Ledwidge of Rattling Stick.

It was a brilliant night that honoured another thoroughly creative year, further supporting the strong talent we have industry-wide.

Congratulations to all those who featured on this year’s list.