The acclaimed German film director Werner Herzog has shot a thought-provoking and rather brutal documentary that highlights the dangers of texting and driving. The 35-minute film “From One Second To The Next”, sponsored by AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon, combines real stories of the people who had been affected in the car accidents caused by texting while being behind the wheel.

Intel and Toshiba team up again for a social film, The Power Inside, which will combine Hollywood talent and fans’ acting power. The six-episode project is about an invasion of aliens called Uricks that get thrown back by brave and young guys with the help of the Ultrabook technology. The project follows Intel/Toshiba’s Emmy-winning film, “The Beauty Inside” (2012) and the first social thriller “Inside” (2011) that also put fans in the heart of the production.

A highly controversial Louis Vuitton spot, produced by the U.K.’s Love Magazine and directed by James Lima, sheds some light at the life of ladies of the evening as they are waiting for their clients in the dark streets of Paris at night. Of course, the video serves not as a documentary but as an artistic approach to publicize the fashion giant’s latest collection. The film stars top models and includes footage from the brand’s Paris Fashion Week show.

Continuing on the trend of tapping celebrated filmmakers for its commercials, Prada has collaborated with directors Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola to develop a series of vignettes to support the launch of its latest perfume, Prada Candy L’eau. The new campaign will be unveiled in three stages. The first three short 12-second clips have been just released and can be viewed below, three longer teaser spots are to follow later, each once a week, and then the final full-length commercial will arrive.

The lager brand Stella Artois, which has a strong emotional connection with the cinema world, launched its new ad during the live broadcast of the Oscars on Sunday. The advert titled “The Artist,” which has nothing in common with the silent movie under the same name, celebrates the craftsmanship behind each glass of the beer.