• Porsche 'Home'

    Director Duo Damiano Fieramosca + Pabz Alexander take their audience on a sentimental journey through the humble lives of our characters as they come together for an early Ramadan gathering. "Home” is not only about Porsche, it’s about traditions that Porsche believes in.

  • Aldar 'The Ocean'

    A stunning collaboration between Aldar Properties and ELº Films that follows a man on a journey to seek for something that completes him. But who or what he's longing for remains a mystery.

  • Facebook 'Creators'

    ELº Films collaborates with Facebook for its latest campaign to connect people who share the same passion for a product or service.

  • ELº 'Expansion into Dubai'

    ELº Films announces the opening of its first branch in Dubai.

  • ELº 'Welcomes New Creative Director'

    ELº Films welcomes new Creative Director 'Damiano Fieramosca' in its Dubai Office

  • Parker Pens 'Put The World into Words'

    Put the World into Words with Parker Pen 'Sonnet' as Parker Pen and ELº Film's latest film takes you across Singapore and Sri Lanka on a breathtaking journey.

  • Ponds 'Breaking Stereotypes'

    Working to break age-based stereotypes for women in the Middle-East, the ELº production crew features women in different age groups as they show their capabilities.

  • Razer 'Nari'

    Full of absurd pranks and witty jokes, Razer & ELº Films aim to revisit the portrayal of modern technology and its benefits with 2 new comedic spots.

  • Vice 'Ramadan'

    Celebrate the traditions that protect and connect us this Ramadan with Dettol and ELº Films.

  • Meadow Fresh 'The Farm'

    ELº Films travels to Melbourne for its next commercial spot for Meadow Fresh 'Farm to Table'

  • Youtube 'Stories '

    Focusing on individuals who have built their businesses using Youtube as a platform, the ELº Production Crew travelled to Morocco and Dubai to explore more.

  • HP 'Deskjet Printers'

    HP Singapore introduces their latest Deskjet and Inktank Printer through a series of short Facebook films.