In Anti-advertising Advertising \u2013 DREAM THIEVES\u00a0we see\u00a0a world ravaged by dependence and mediocrity. A world where people aren’t truly alive, until there is a rebellion..I thought it fit the carefully selected short videos by the world\u2019s edgiest producers I share via this site (mostly under the mokier of ‘DARK FUTURES Film Club’). There’s been Sinofuturism, Slaughterbots, Dopamine Shot, It should be easy,\u00a0J U D Y, and more.Check it out…What’s wild about this short movie is that it was created by the ad agency Cossette for Koho.It’s anti-advertising.It doesn’t mention the product, or the banking industry directly. There’s no dialogue. It’s 13 minutes long. It refuses to conform and I love it! Nicely done.Check out the inside view here.DREAM THIEVES Production CrewDirected by: Fleur Fortun\u00e9Director of Photography: Matias BoucardProduction Company: Division ParisProducer: Jules de ChateleuxAgency: Cossette TorontoChief Creative Officer: Carlos MorenoCreative Director\/Copywriter: Craig McIntoshCreative Director\/Art Director: Jaimes ZentilAgency producer: Dena ThompsonExecutive production: Family ProductionsPost Production: Mikros MPCAdvertising Executive producer: Quentin H MartinSound: KouzSound designer: Sylvain PierreOriginal music composed and performed by: Matteo LocasciulliProducer: Thomas Couzinier Publisher: SuperPitch OriginalNikolas is a world-leading Futurist Speaker that drives leaders to take action in creating a better world for humanity. He promotes exponential thinking along with a critical, honest, and optimistic view that empowers you with knowledge to plan for today, tomorrow, and for the future.Contact him\u00a0to discuss how to engage and inspire your audience. You can also see more of Nikolas\u2019 thoughts on his Futurist Speaker VLOGs as he publishes them in this\u00a0Youtube playlist.Please\u00a0SUBSCRIBE\u00a0to Nikolas\u2019 Youtube channel so that you don\u2019t miss any as they come up. You can see more of his thoughts on\u00a0Linkedin,\u00a0Twitter, and bookmarked research on\u00a0Tumblr.