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  • Watch Muhammad Ali's Ad Pitches...Bey, aka Mos Def, Ogilvy France and director Stuart McIntyre of Steam Films paid tribute to Muhammad Ali in two films for Louis Vuitton. In...
  • Levine joins Caviar, Adamo opens Fieldtrip in London and more...Weinstein is represented by Tool in the USA and worldwide and Steam Films in Canada. He has directed spots for brands including Expedia, Burger King...
  • Mos Def Recites Muhammad Ali's Poetry in Louis Vuitton Campaign...Bey, aka Mos Def, Ogilvy Paris and director Stuart McIntyre of Steam Films pay tribute to Muhammad Ali in two beautiful films for Louis Vuitton...
  • Movers at Serious and More...years dividing his time between Vapor and Toronto-based production company Steam Films. ... Dallas-based visual effects studio Reel FX has hired Flame artist Laychin...
  • The New DirectionIntroducing the latest batch of directors to stop us in our tracks. Their reels glimmer with the promise of a fresh eye, a unique approach, and often, a surprising ease at orchestration both behind the camera and at the computer console. Also, we present a look at some of the most exciting newcomers from the agency world and that other familiar talent incubator, MTV, as well as a peek at a young directors consortium that's challenged—well, sort of—the concept of the collective.