See how becoming a father has changed the way photojournalist Ben Lowy documents the world: LINK TO ARTICLE & VIDEO
Exciting new addition to the Saville Productions roster!
“You can stand up for inclusion without being political.” – Brian Tolleson (BARK BARK) in today’s AdWeek
Major metro areas and brands—Orbitz, Hyatt, Airbnb, New York, San Francisco and more—are debuting a wave of travel-related campaigns that make a point of being diverse, hospitable and inclusive.
“Wedding Crasher” sees Legrand’s character take that term rather literally.
LINK TO ARTICLE by Saville Productions EP, Rupert Maconick
Instead of making short form films and buying likes, more brands should consider investing in sponsored entertainment that people will pay to watch, writes the producer of Werner Herzog’s “Lo and Behold.”
As part of the alliances Bark Bark has forged with the world’s leading series creators, our collaboration with Orbitz – an original, Broadway musical-style score – had huge ambitions and even bigger goals! Orbitz approached us to develop a tribute to the power of inclusion and diversity in travel, so we took a fresh approach using key talent to expand their universe, creatively, to deliver even more humor, more story, more talent and more reach to specific, targeted audiences….
The New Hollywood panel at SXSW explores how branded entertainment is transforming the advertising and film world. Leading industry professionals offer advice for brands, agencies and film makers. And illustrate how sponsored entertainment is the future of branded content and the next step in the media landscape. Featuring: Martin Campbell, Director (Casino Royale, GoldenEye), Rupert Maconick – Founder/Executive Producer, Saville Productions, Tom Garzilli – Chief Marketing Officer, Brand USA, and Jody Raida – Director of Development, Mcgarrybowen.
Saville Productions tabletop director Clay Jeter (Chef’s Table) worked with Droga5 to tell the story of how Mark Israel, creator of foodie favorite The Ripple, used his Chase Rewards points to fund his small business.
The story behind New York’s The Ripple.
Had your fill of Oscar-baiting plots and overwrought performances? Have a look at the best non-fiction films of the year.
Becoming a parent changed the way Ben Lowy sees the world and the way he photographs it:
“There’s nothing better than seeing an artist in their true element. They can give the greatest performance of their career or maybe open up about their creative process. With the new mini series entitled Unsupervised, produced by boutique music supervision company Groove Guild, they show us just that, with a collection of live sessions and personal interviews with different emerging artists – the first one being one of our favorites – Norwegian singer-songwriter AURORA. Unsupervised is dedicated to keeping the importance of live performance in tact and joining promising artists on their journey. In the trailer, when Ali Risi, Founder of Groove Guild, told AURORA that the legendary NYC studio she was performing in was also used by David Bowie and Madonna, her answer was precious – a stunned, nervous gulp followed by, “I didn’t know… That’s nice.”