Gucci, SS22, Love Parade made by January Productions and Rascal Post, directed by Mert & Marcus, 2022 / Images Courtesy the British Arrows
2023 British Arrows Awards
December 1–31, 2023
Walker Art Center
Minneapolis, USA

With brilliant creativity, wry wit, and emotional twists and turns, the British Arrows Awards is a perennially entertaining Walker holiday tradition. Celebrating the latest creative trends in moving image advertising, this year’s program finds Daniel Craig sashaying through a swanky Parisian hotel, Miley Cyrus crowd-surfing at a Gucci party, and Matthew Macfadyen (Succession) and John Boyega (Star Wars) doing awkward improv. Run time: 74 minutes.

Raise a glass to the British Arrows Awards! Opening night screening tickets include a festive pre-show drink. Board chair Simon Cooper (Academy Films) will introduce the screening.

The program includes mature content, including a national public health campaign on suicide prevention that closes the program.

Walker Art Center
Minneapolis, USA

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