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Mumu

Who is Michael JangPBS

Michael Jacobs

ArmyBe All You Can Be

Andrew Batista

FrontlineFearlessly

Erica Eng

GoogleAI Search and Conversation

LyftLucky Lyft

UdemyChanging Course

Akil Gibbons

NetflixStamped from the Beginning

Awesome + Modest

AndersenLove

Ryan Simon

MetaConversations

As We SpeakParamount+

Andrew Batista

Erica Eng

Akil Gibbons

Michael Jacobs

Mike Malagon

Mumu

Awesome + Modest

Ryan Simon

Matt Sklar

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Who is Michael Jang? Directed by Michael Jacobs

“Who Is Michael Jang” premieres at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco on May 30th as part of SF Doc Fest’s opening night. 🎞️ SF Chronicle has the first look at the film. Directed by Michael Jacobs of Strike Anywhere, “Who Is Michael Jang” is a captivating journey into the life and work of the...
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Strike Anywhere’s Company Profile in Little Black Book

At Strike Anywhere, collaboration is key and as the industry landscape shifts, we’re embracing experimentation and leveraging emerging technologies to elevate our craft. Co-founder Ryan Simon highlights our mission: breaking the mold, experimenting with storytelling, and creating high-impact visuals. From early projects like Meta’s branded content to award-winning features, our DNA is built on innovation...
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2024 Clios!

The touch-down Tubi campaign “Interface Interruption,” has scooped up two Gold and two Bronze Clio’s! Check out the list below. Congratulations to everyone’s creative achievements at The Clios. 2 X Gold 🏅 Tubi – “Interface Interruption” Directed by Pete Marquis – Direct, Film and Media, Film 2 X Bronze 🥉 Tubi – “Interface Interruption” Directed...
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Webby Nominations!

The 28th Annual Webby Awards have been announced and we’re beaming to see SIX works created by the Strike Anywhere team included in the nominations alongside an immense amount of talent. Check out the list below and visit The Webby Awards link to cast your votes by April 18! Duolingo – “Love Language” directed by...
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Akil Gibbons talks filmmaking with Shots

“Filmmaking is a team sport. It takes cohesive action and folks playing different positions to achieve a shared goal. I love that direction requires you to build an understanding and respect for each person at each step of the filmmaking process.” Akil Gibbons shares his insights on exceptional filmmaking and the industry’s dynamic landscape for...
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Opendoor Super Bowl campaign with Mischief

Opendoor Super Bowl campaign is underway. Pete Marquis is back with Mischief for another Super Bowl Muse has all the details. Sell a home during halftime? No problem.
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As We Speak – Sundance Reviews, Trailer, and Pararmount+ Release Date

Paramount+ drops As We Speak trailer on the heels of glowing reviews at Sundance. Early takes from Variety, Hollywood Reporter, and Rolling Stone, plus a live Q&A with LA Times’ Matt Brennan prime audiences for the As We Speak premiere on Paramount+ February 27th. “There probably isn’t a timelier Sundance premiere right now than As...
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Anytime Fitness and Mischief – Train for Your Life

Anytime Fitness returns post Super Bowl to encourage you to “Train for Your Life.” Developed with Mischief @ No Fixed Address and directed by Pete Marquis, the campaign emphasizes realistic fitness achievements over extreme goals. The spots reunite Mischief, Marquis, and spokesperson Arnell Powell. Read more about the campaign on Adweek.
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Ad of the Year – Tubi “Interface Interruption”

Tubi “Interface Interruption” directed by Pete Marquis lands on Ad Age, Campaign Magazine, Adweek, and other notable creative and marketing lists for ad of the year.
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Banner year for AWESOME + modest

Strike Anywhere repped animation studio AWESOME + modest created animated content for a number of high-profile documentary projects, including the feature film “Stamped from the Beginning for Netflix. Other notable projects include “The Stroll” for HBO, and Hulu, NY Times, and Showtime.