The Advertising Producers Association is the trade body for production companies, post production and VFX and editing companies making commercials. Our objective is to create the best possible business environment for our members to operate in.

  • DBLG
  • Nice Shirt Films
  • B-Reel
  • Sweet Images
  • Loki
  • Passion
  • The Sweet Shop
  • Nearly Normal Ltd
  • Across the Pond
  • Aardman Animations
  • Joyrider
  • Stink
  • Lola
  • Envy
  • Offkey Creatives
  • Bigballs Films
  • Mendoza Films
  • Cap Gun Collective
  • Partizan
  • Outsider
  • Another Film Company
  • Birdbox Studio
  • Little Fish Films
  • Ursus
  • Strange Beast
  • Framestore
  • Animade & Hover Studio
  • The Operators
  • Momoco
  • Blink
  • Blac Ionica
  • Mind's Eye
  • Art.War.Entertainment
  • 422 Vision
  • Media Monks
  • Motion Picture House
  • NTSH London
  • Art & Graft
  • Stinkdigital
  • Mummu
  • Crossfire Productions
  • Bang
  • Nice & Polite
  • Black Dog
  • UNIT 9
  • Factory Studios
  • Finish
  • Taylor James
  • Animated Storyboards
  • Helen Langridge Associates (HLA)
  • Tandem Films
  • Passion RAW
  • HOI POLLOI
  • Grand Visual
  • Intro
  • Not To Scale
  • SUGAR FREE TV
  • Bare Films
  • HSI London
  • BOLD
  • Fat Lemon
  • IMG
  • 750mph
  • Steam Media
  • Forever Pictures
  • Madam
  • Hotspur and Argyle
  • Marshall Street Editors
  • A-MNEMONIC Music Productions
  • De Wolfe Music
  • Glassworks
  • Jelly
  • Riff Raff Films
  • AND Production
  • Blue Zoo
  • Friend London
  • Absolute Post
  • Habana Creative
  • Burning Reel
  • Vermillion Films
  • Devilfish Creative
  • Annex Films
  • Salt Film
  • Cue Songs
  • Rewind FX
  • We Folk
  • Weilands
  • Tomboy Films
  • Cherry Cherry VFX
  • Squire
  • Ground Control
  • Pretzel Films
  • Neon Pictures
  • Stripey Horse
  • Independent Films
  • Greek Street Studios
  • Ever After Film
  • Caviar Content
  • Finger Music
  • Fieldtrip
  • Acne Production
  • The Mill
  • Wave Studios
  • Rokkit
  • Sassy Films
  • Contented Brothers
  • Short Films
  • Webber Represents
  • Academy Films
  • Smuggler
  • MPC
  • Gorgeous
  • Eclectic Sounds
  • P For Production
  • Jungle Studios
  • Fresh Film Productions
  • DooFeR Films
  • Trim Editing
  • Itch Film
  • The Good Film Company
  • Biscuit Filmworks
  • Armoury
  • Picasso Pictures
  • Dingo Bill Productions
  • Studio AKA
  • Amarillo Films
  • A+C Studios
  • Family Editing
  • My Therapy
  • Nexus
  • Black Label Productions
  • Beautiful Productions
  • The Quarry
  • Angell Sound
  • Stitch Editing
  • Speade
  • Siren
  • ABF Pictures
  • Grand Central Recording Studio
  • Park Pictures
  • Cut + Run
  • HANraHAN
  • Peepshow
  • Rushes
  • Ivory
  • Chrome Productions
  • MTP
  • Final Cut
  • Archers Mark
  • Hungry Man
  • Knucklehead
  • Disqo
  • Audio Network
  • Great Guns
  • Smith and Jones Films
  • Teepee Productions
  • Spoke Films
  • 2AM Films
  • Gotgotneed
  • MJZ
  • Work
  • Pipe Dream Productions
  • Making Pictures
  • Imagination
  • Production International
  • THE TV DEPARTMENT
  • Pop-Up Films
  • Love
  • Mcasso Music Production
  • Rattling Stick
  • Whitehouse Post
  • Tenthree Editing
  • Mad Cow Films
  • Soundlounge
  • Sherbet
  • Rankin Films
  • Mario Testino+
  • Dark Energy Films
  • Don Productions
  • Infinity Productions
  • Rogue
  • Ink Films
  • Wanda
  • Chief Productions
  • Cherry Films
  • NOMINT
  • The Assembly Rooms
  • Th1ng
  • Park Village
  • ASD Lionheart
  • Lucky Strike Productions
  • Big Buoy
  • Salt.tv
  • The Wagon
  • Good Egg HQ
  • Agile Films
  • Sonny London
  • Bullion
  • Mustard
  • Pretty Bird
  • RSA Films
  • Believe Media
  • Smoke & Mirrors
  • Kettle
  • Serious Pictures
  • 76 Ltd
  • Sneezing Tree Films
  • Golden Square Content
  • Pulse Films
  • Thomas Thomas Films
  • Moxie Pictures
  • Upstart Films
  • QI Commercials
  • Somesuch
  • Nexus Interactive Arts
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LATEST NEWS
15TH SEPTEMBER

Presenting on creativity in London in Amsterdam

The APA presented on creativity in London, featuring APA members work and how to access the APA Collection, at sourcEcreatives Source Presents event in Amsterdam last week. 

We also met with the Amsterdam Agencies Heads of TV group, to discuss share information about London production, contracts and other documents, such as the Pre PIBS, which we introduced them to and understand their objectives, which we and the Amsterdam agencies Heads of TV group envisage as the start of dialogue to share information and to organise projects to facilitate a greater flow of work between Amsterdam and London.

 

8TH SEPTEMBER

A Night At The Museum

A great night at the Natural History Museum last Thursday saw an audience of 900 join us for the premier of the APA Collection and the party that followed.

The APA Collection is published as a DVD through the next issue of Shots and the full list of credits accompany that - see below for an overview of the commercials that formed The Collection.

We have lots of photos of the night - what a beautiful/handsome & glamorous lot you are - published on the APA Facebook page (http://tinyurl.com/q5fx6g6)

 A prize of a bottle of Champagne to whoever tags the most!

4TH SEPTEMBER

Tonight's the night

We have 850 people attending from the APA Show at the Natural History Museum in London tonight.

This is your guide to how the evening works.

7pm Doors open and the drinks reception too.

8pm Screening of the APA Collection in the main hall of the Natural History Museum (the one with the big dinosaur- you can't miss it!). The APA Collection is a non stop greatest hits of the best commercials of the year, projected on to a huge screen, demonstrating the talents  of the APA membership- and agencies too.

9pm Dinner and drinks are brought to you (no tables). Once again we have invested in the best caterers in London to provide a cornucopia of fine foods to enjoy- and soak up the alcohol. 

10.40pm DJ Mausi plays records and we dance.

1am They ask us to leave.

If you are joining us for what is regularly described as the most enjoyable event in advertising, we look forward to seeing you this evening.

 

 

22ND JULY

BBC to commission APA members for its commercials

The BBC have announced that they will not renew their contract with Red Bee for the production of their commercials and idents, when their contract expires next year.

The BBC endorse our view that APA members and the breadth of talent they represent, competing in the open market, will help the BBC create the best quality and value advertising.

With the quality of expertise available to advertisers and the intense level of competition, procurement systems and preferred suppliers can not offer better value than the market.

We look forward to fostering a great new relationship between the BBC and APA members and seeing great commercials on the BBC.

9TH JULY

London screening of the winners of Young Directors Award 2014

We are pleased to invite you to the London screening of the winners of CFPE & Shots Young Directors Award 2014 which was held in June in Cannes. The event will be hosted by the APA with Rushes on the 24th July from 1830 at Rushes Roof Deck, 66 Old Compton Street, London W1D 4UH (please see invite below).

We organise the YDA in Cannes with Shots and other European producers associations, as Commercial Film Producers Europe. APA members always do well and this year was extremely successful for UK based production companies and their young directors; Nexus, Park Village/Able&Baker, Pretty Bird, RSA, Blinkink, Offkey Creatives, Rattling Stick and Academy Films - they all received awards and recognitions in various categories. We are hoping to be accompanied by the awarded directors too to join to celebrate the success and watch their work amongst other films awarded this year and to show the whole of the sixteen minute film JONAH that won the special jury prize, among other things, from Kibwe Tavares at Nexus and the nine minute film on Chicago gangsters CHI RAQ from Will Robson-Scott (now represented by HLA).

It is a good opportunity to enjoy interesting new work and, if you were not able to attend the screening in Cannes, get a sense of an event that has provided a great platform for new talent at APA members for the past 14 years- and continuous to do so.

If you would like to attend, please RSVP here by the 21st July 2014.

8TH JULY

The APA Show - Submissions Closed

The APA Show & Collection submissions have now closed! With a record number of entries and the inclusion of some absolutely fantastic work from APA members, this year's Show promises to be one of the best yet.

 

The Judging process will now start to decide on the Final 50 to be shown in the glamorous surroundings of the Natural History Museum on the 4th September.

1ST JULY

The APA Show 2014 - FINAL EXTENDED DEADLINE

The Final Extended Deadline has been released for the APA Show!

Entries will now be accepted until the 7th July and can be submitted by visiting www.apashow.co.uk

Eligibility will be an commercial or viral airing between the 1st June 2013 and the 31st May 2014 - entries will cost £95 + VAT.