Today, Neill Blomkamp is a well-regarded director of feature films including District 9 and the just-released Elysium. But in 2006, he was hanging around with our own Mark Fitzloff and W+K Entertainment, producing short films like “Tempbot”, the story of a temporary office worker just trying to make it in this crazy, mixed-up corporate world.
“It is about making sure that the next generation of leadership gets started as early as they can. These are the most energizing pieces of news, I think, from the last couple days, that this agency has had in a long time. I mean, I know it’s important when we win the agency of the year, best global dee-dee-dah-dah-dah-dah-dah, but what we do inside, and how we keep this culture alive, and who are the people that we’re counting on to do that—this has been probably one of the biggest steps this agency has taken forward in a long, long time, and I can’t tell you how excited I am.”