Bicoastal Union Editorial has formed a relationship with Mexican editor Luis “Guicho” Flores, whose work on projects such as El Pollo Loco’s “Border Futbol” (Vitro Austin) and Whataburger’s “Momentos para Saborear” campaign (FPO Marketing) have garnered not only honors but accolades for his commitment to an accurate representation of Hispanic life. While Flores divides his … Continue reading “Luis “Guicho” Flores connects with Union Editorial”
Friday night saw the premiere of the highly-anticipates Spike Jonze Beastie Boys documentary on Apple tv+. The film premieres on the heels of the 26th anniversary of the release of Beastie Boys’ number one charting 1994 album, Ill Communication, and reunites surviving members, Mike Diamond and Adam Horovitz, with director Jonze over 25 years after … Continue reading “Beastie Boys get ill in new documentary on Apple tv+”
Cabin Editing Company today announced a major expansion of its New York office, with six new hires including head of production Sari Resnick, and five new editors: Alvaro del Val, Carla Luffe, Nina Sacharow, Dylan Edwards, and Matt Schaff. Cabin editor Robert Lopuski has also joined the company’s New York roster from Los Angeles. Cabin’s … Continue reading “Cabin makes room for five new editors and New Head of Production”
Victoria Venantini has joined award-winning global entertainment company Alkemy X as VP of Business Development. Bringing extensive business development experience across post production and live action, she fuses an eye for talent with a forward-facing perspective on the changing creative needs of the content space. In her new role, she will oversee business development for … Continue reading “Alkemy X hires Venantini as VP of Business Development”
Design and animation studio Two Fresh Creative is pleased to welcome Business Development Executive Victoria Venantini. Her appointment comes fresh off the heels of the studio’s expanded creative space in Santa Monica, CA. Venantini will focus on gaming and direct-to-brand opportunities for Two Fresh in close partnership with the company’s East Coast commercial sales team, … Continue reading “Two Fresh Creative orders ‘Venantini’ for development”
Dell Blue, the internal creative agency for Dell, has added Jason Uson as Senior Lead Creative Editor. An award-winning editor, Uson has worked on commercials, online content, films, and documentaries for such clients as Zales, Southwest Airlines, Nike, Budweiser, Walgreens, and Harpo Films. More recently, at Dell Blue, he cut a campaign for Alienware, directed … Continue reading “Dell Blue welcomes Lead Creative Editor Jason Uson”
Yeah, yeah, I know it’s not fall. Yet. But when football kicks off how can you not start thinking about either heading out to your favorite bar or sitting on your couch, cracking open a cold one and watching The Bears? Then again, if the Bears play like last season you might want to consider … Continue reading “DDB, State Farm kick off spot with Aaron Rodgers”
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has brought a ferocious, talking dinosaur to the United Nations’ headquarters to urge more climate action from global leaders, in a short film launched as the centerpiece of the organization’s new ‘Don’t Choose Extinction’ campaign. Bursting into the iconic United Nations General Assembly Hall, famous for history-making speeches by … Continue reading “Dinosaur urges world leaders not to ‘Choose Extinction’ at United Nations”
On the heels of noteworthy additions such as Executive Creative Director Chadwick Halbritter and Partners Brandon Porter and Conor O’Neill, Nomad is continuing to expand its rich creative team with the addition of Senior Lead Flame Artist Steve Morris to its NYC studio. Morris joins Nomad after seven years as a Senior Flame Artist at Method, where he worked on campaigns for … Continue reading “Nomad Editing Company welcomes Senior Lead Flame Artist Steve Morris”
Camp Kuleshov, AICP’s annual trailer competition for all assistants in postproduction, has returned for 2021 with a new slate of films for assistants to reimagine as they show off their creative and craft skills across the categories of Editorial, Graphics and Sound Design. Named after Lev Kuleshov, the Russian film theorist whose writings on the … Continue reading “AICP’s Camp Kuleshov contest returns, sets lineup of source films”
WarnerMedia’s highly anticipated streaming platform, HBO Max, has officially launched today, featuring a leading collection of content curated from across WarnerMedia’s legendary catalog and a roster of new Max Originals, plus fan-favorite acquired franchises and films. The launch of HBO Max is the culmination of efforts over the past year to bring the best of WarnerMedia … Continue reading “HBO Max launches today”
I don’t remember much about Super Bowl LIII, The Eagles weren’t playing and some team from New England won again, but I do remember the fab Kia spot from El Segundo’s David&Goliath. As a refresher, the story was about the largely unknown West Georgia town—West Point. The spot highlighted the builders and families of Kia’s … Continue reading “Kia Stinger GTS runs with wild horses in west Texas”
According to the Ad Council, meanness is on the rise and it is time to push back. In an effort to combat both online and offline bullying, the Ad Council has released Because of You, a new Bullying Prevention message aimed at heightening self-awareness and reflection among teens. The new work encourages teens to consider … Continue reading “Ad Council campaign asks teens to consider others”
Hot on the heels of Kraft Heinz’s removal of all questionable ingredients from their Oscar Mayer hot dog line — including nitrates, nitrites, by-products and other artificial preservatives — the food giant has launched a new ad campaign via mcgarrybowen, Chicago.
The goal: to get every American, from coast-to-coast, to try their new signature product. Dubbed For the Love of Hot Dogs, the campaign, which began May 1, was developed to reignite interest in the official food of summer.
Venerable sound designer Bryen Hensley joined post audio facility NoiseFloor on Monday, Jan. 16, after a dozen years as lead sound designer at Resolution Production Group.
He becomes 12-year old Noise Floor’s fourth sound designer, alongside co-owners Coken and Jamie Vanadia and Stosh Tuszynski.