The One campaign

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The One campaign.

In celebration of International Day of the Girl, Joanna directed this film for ONE. A great cause. A terrific script. Compelling performances. We’re all bloody delighted with it. We want to turn outrage into action.
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Snapper Films - Joanna Bailey - When I grow up

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Karen Thomas

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The delicious Karen Thomas

We are ridiculously happy to have signed up the gorgeous food photographer and director Karen Thomas. Karen’s first passion is photography and has been ever since her Dad bought her a red plastic Halina camera when she was 8. Karen’s other passion is food. And, as her mouth-wateringly delicious campaigns for M&S, Sainsbury’s and Costa show, rather wonderful things happen when you combine the things you love for your job

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A little fish makes a big splash at Cannes

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A little fish makes a big splash at Cannes.

Joanna Bailey, along with Mullen Lowe, has made an incredibly powerful film highlighting the lazy and harmful stereotypes that incredibly, still plague advertising today.

‘The Problem is Not Seeing the Problem’ is a stark reminder that the industry has a long way to go to remove these crazy preconceptions from its output. It was created for the Unstereotype Alliance, the industry-led initiative convened by UN Women – the lead UN agency on gender equality & woman’s rights. It’s very good.

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Graham Linehan

Graham Linehan

Comedy is a serious business and great comedy directors are as rare as hen’s teeth so we’re super, super excited to let the world know we’re adding one of the very best to our roster. Multi award-winning comedy writer and director Graham Linehan, along with his lovely producer Brock Van den Bogaerde have joined us.

As everyone knows, Graham is the creator of hugely popular TV shows like Father Ted, Big Train, Black Books, The IT Crowd, The Walshes, Count Arthur Strong and Motherland. He has incredible vision and is one of those people with a true funny bone.

See more of Graham’s work HERE

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Stephano & Alejandra

Stephano & Alejandra

Stephano says that ‘If he’s drumming his fingers he’s probably thinking of a new idea’. Stephano drums his finger a lot. Which is great because, lucky for us, Stephano and his directing partner Alejandra have joined us at Snapper. This multi-talented, multi-award winning directing duo have an amazing reel of incredible stop frame animation, beautifully kooky music videos, offbeat commercials and absolutely gorgeous stills for the likes of Vodafone, Lidl, Sony Music and Beefeater Gin to name a few. Snapper have recently finished up two playful new spots for Shell Deli with the duo and we’re thrilled with them.

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See more of Stephano & Alejandra’s work HERE

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Debbie Turner

Debbie Turner

We are hugely excited to announce that Debbie Turner is coming on board as the Snapper Consultant. Debbie is a brilliant human being, admired and respected throughout the industry who’s had an incredible career. She’s been Head of TV at BBH, MD at the Artistes Company, MD at MJZ and most recently a partner at Novo.

Helen says ‘Debbie’s doing what she loves most – nurturing a fledgling company. She completely shares our vision for Snapper. She’s a risk taker who likes to have fun and loves what she does. We can’t wait.’* 

 

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Makin’ a splash

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OK. Here we go. Our doors are open and we are raring to go. When you’re working with amazing people doing work that truly inpires you, it makes the future look very exciting indeed. And when you think like that, jumping off that cliff doesn’t seem quite so daunting. In fact, it’s quite a nice view, and we’re ready to dive in and make some waves.

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Joanna’s – Girls’ Day School Trust, gets 5 stars by the lovely David Reviews.

David Reviews GDST – Joanna Bailey

‘The Girls’ Day School Trust mark International Women’s Day with this engrossing film. Directed by Joanna Bailey, pupils from the trust’s twenty-five independent schools each get their moment in the spotlight.

As opening gambits go, “born out of rebellion and resolve” is hard to ignore. It’s a bold riposte to independent school stereotypes, and these girls aim to break them entirely.

Bailey coaxes lovely performances from her young cast. Some are more outgoing than others, but they share a common zest for education and equality. Good to know one of them is making sure the mic works, too.

The ad culminates with a united front. Part school show, part war dance, the girls’ routine connects past and present. One can only imagine what the class of 1872 would make of the progress made in 2018; the GDST aim to fuel further change.’

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