We recently produced & edited a short video for The Wallace Foundation in NYC
We are currently producing & directing a fully-animated Public Service Announcement for Alcoholics Anonymous in 3 different languages to air on stations across the US and Canada.
We are proud to announce that our documentary short film Opus 40 was accepted to screen at the prestigious 17th annual Woodstock Film Festival. The film will play in front of a live audience followed by a Q&A on Oct. 14th & 15th in Woodstock, NY. If you're in the Hudson Valley area please stop by and join us. The film tells the story of an incredibly dedicated artist who spent 37 years of his life creating one singular work of art.
Earlier in the year we handled the post-production on an audio book series for Al-Anon Family Groups which involved editing and mixing of 23 hours of audio recordings. The finished product was made available for download on Audible.com. We also shot, produced and edited a series of online videos for The Wallace Foundation.
The national Public Service Campaign that we produced for Alcoholics Anonymous has greatly exceeded their expectations with over 6,000 airings in the first few months of distribution. To date the campaign has received over $54M in donated media value. Our current TV PSA campaign for Al-Anon Family Groups has received over 90,000 airplays on over 400 stations. Other recent projects include a series of 14 individual TV PSA's and 36 radio spots for Al-Anon which have been airing internationally in 3 languages, a series of online videos for the Wallace Foundation shot in Baltimore as well as a shoot at the Traveller's Championship for GolfDigest. com and online content creation for the German-owned department store chain Breuningers.