Ryan Simon’s Everyday interprets Los Angeles poet laureate Robin Coste Lewis’ words to life in this moving film.
Ryan Simon directs Dear Mr. President Short Film
Akil Gibbons Forces of Change for AT&T
Akil Gibbons debuts new episodes for AT&T series Forces of Change about the Black Scientific Renaissance. This series examines how society can create systems that uplift historically marginalized groups and posits that doing so can lead to breakthroughs that have the power to change the world.
Pete Marquis rolls out SpaceJam2
Akil Gibbons joins Strike Anywhere
Shots showcases Akil Gibbons and we’re thrilled to continue working with him. “With a background in work for studios and networks, Gibbons’ powerfully affecting films educate and inspire while earning tens of millions of online views.”
Strike Anywhere, Tan France and Facebook give Small Business a Boost
Strike Anywhere worked with Tan France and Facebook to help businesses across the UK. Garnering millions of impressions across Facebook Watch, IGTV, and YouTube — Boost My Business highlights smart ways to grow and reach new customers.
Erica Eng rolls with Nina Dobrev for Activia
Nina Dobrev, Daybreaker, and Activia kicked off a virtual dance party. Erica directed spots to announce the event and global initiative.
Erica Eng on Shots
Shots highlight Erica Eng’s career highlights to date and her signing with Strike Anywhere. “Eng is known for crafting visually dramatic films that feel powerful, rhythmic and emotionally charged.”
Erica Eng directs The Measure of Greatness for P&G
#LeadwithLove campaign for Procter and Gamble directed by Erica Eng. The Measure of Greatness tells the stories of exceptional athletes who are leading their communities – not through their athletic performances, but through their compassion, humanity and love.
Truly Campaign with Goodby Silverstein & Partners
Truly summer broadcast campaign rolls out with Goodby Silverstein & Partners. Look out for all the spots directed by Malia James.
Vanity Fair, CNN, Forbes, and more all in for Blackballed
“Miss The Last Dance? Blackballed is one of a number of sports-focused documentaries available for fans in the wake of the Michael Jordan event series. It’s also the best.” – Vanity Fair
“As The Last Dance ends, Blackballed signals the NBA’s evolution as a cultural force.” – CNN
“New Blackballed Documentary Shows The Importance Of Athletes Speaking Up.” – Forbes
Brilliant Blackballed Review – Chicago Sun-Times
Michael Jacobs directs Blackballed for Quibi
Banana Republic Wins at LAFF ’19
The Los Angeles Film Festival 2019 recently awarded Best Cinematography to the No Boundaries work for Banana Republic. Much deserved for Director Keenan Newman and DP Devin Whetstone. See the full listings here.
New Wrangler Work
We had a rock n’ roll good time shooting this with Mother NY at the Standard Hotel on the Highline.
Ryan Simon Shares for Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
This feel-good campaign focuses on friends and loved ones sharing a sip of CBTL while enjoying summer.
Matt Sklar Highlights Local Alerts for Facebook
Facebook’s Local Alerts feature helped residents get information during the floods in Northern California. This piece shot on location in Sonoma County tells their story.
USPS Work from Justin Barber
Mail can play a pivotal role in sales and this new work for MRM McCann shows the various ways mail can inform a purchase via a lighthearted and whimsical story with a twist.
Ryan Simon Brings It Home for Unison
Director Ryan Simon was tapped by agency Cutwater for their first work with Unison. A new type of FinTech company helping people buy homes.
EP Cori Cooperider Premieres Motionpoems’ 9th Season
The nonprofit org Motionpoems explores the space between poetry and other artists. For this season 10 original short films were created by a global collection of filmmakers, and their efforts will be on view in Minneapolis, Los Angeles and New York City in 2019.
Matt Sklar Celebrates First Responders for Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
A community celebrates those who keep it safe in this new work from Matt Sklar. Click through to watch.