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Izzy Ehrlich Edits "No-Grey Rule" for Leo Burnett

Editor Izzy Ehrlich helps to deliver a powerful message in this campaign for Leo Burnett and the Ontario Women’s Directorate. The spot called “No-Grey Rule”, puts words to things that demean and degrade people, things such as sexual violence and harassment, with the idea that if it’s not okay to say, it’s not okay to do. 102 more words


Marc Langley's in the Driver's Seat for VW Tiguan

Gone are the days when Daddy would greet his daughter’s date at the front door with a carload of intimidation. Today’s Dad is a lot more sophisticated. 169 more words

Not Once, But Twice: Rooster Post Projects Park 2 in the Communication Arts Annual

Congratulations to Red Urban and Volkswagen on making it not once, but twice into the 2014 Communication Arts Advertising Annual.

Volkswagen’s “Once More: The Story of VIN 903847” is parked on page 157, featured in the Integrated Campaigns category. 302 more words


Richard Unruh: Celebrating 30 Years of Editing Through The Eyes Of An Editor

On the evening of November 13th, the Toronto advertising industry came together to toast editor Richard Unruh. The gathering was held at the Camera Bar on Queen West with the screening of Richard’s “30 Years of Television Advertising Through The Eyes of an Editor”, a compilation celebrating 30 years of Richard’s work and some iconic Canadian advertising. 97 more words


One Show: Many Nominations.

The 2014 One Show Finalists list is out and we’re glad to see that a number of agencies – and the work that we collaborated on with them – have been given the nod. 95 more words


Intruders: New work for Rooster Post Production Editor Christina Humphries

Untitled Filmsā€˜ director Steve Gordon has created this beautifully shot yet disturbing spot to help raise money and awareness for organizations who work to help prevent rape and provide services to the victims of rape. 171 more words


Christina Humphries: Keeping Cancer On A Leash

What happens when a group of dogs sing for a cure for pet cancer? What if it was produced by a cat? The answer is the beautiful song “We Can Be Heroes” created for Pet Trust. 155 more words

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