Day: September 2, 2015

How To Change The World : Film Review

By Miranda Schiller @mirandadadada How to Change the World looks back on the early days of Greenpeace, when the organisation was a small, motley crew of environmental activists from Vancouver. With a keen eye for opportunities to generate media attention, they brought a common cause to the emerging environmental movement: ...

Cartel Land : Film Review

By Michael McNulty An intense, thrilling piece of frontline film-making. Cartel Land’s in the thick of it, run and gun, handheld cinematography is enough to enjoy on its own. The film opens in the middle of the Mexican desert in the dead of the night as a group of cartel ...

La Famille Bélier : Film Review

By Miranda Schiller @mirandadadada Paula Bélier is the 17-old-daughter of a cheese farming family in rural France. Early in the morning, she and her younger brother help on the farm, before she cycles to the village to get on the bus that takes her to school in the nearest town. ...

Life : Film Review

By Ellery Nick @Ellery_Nick Director Anton Corbijn takes us back to 1950s Los Angeles where a photographer is pursuing a debutante actor on the cusp of stardom. With a little luck that golden quiffed kid might just be his ticket away from snapping starlets on red carpets and back to ...

Who owns the customer within a business: marketing or sales?

By Drew Nicholson, CEO OgilvyOne dnx Sales vs. marketing In the 80s the typical hierarchy saw sales teams take the lead and Marketing Directors subjugated to exhibition stand design and brochure and signage production. At that time many organisations started to see the disconnect between sales and marketing such as unaligned ...

The Shame of Being a Meat Eater

By Dave Binder  I have a terrible confession to make: I really like meat. I know, I’m a monster. Not literally, like the Loch Ness Monster or Albi the racist dragon, but for liking and consuming my fair share of beef, chicken, pork and lamb et al. I do sometimes ...