In upcoming Al Jazeera documentary The Trump Show, Fault Lines examines the increasingly blurred line between Donald Trump, the reality TV star, and Donald Trump, the President – and what that means for the U.S.
New Public Awareness Campaign Inspires People to Take Action Against a Failing System. More than 30,000 people die from gun-related deaths in the U.S each year.
Narrated by Roger Waters from Pink Floyd and featuring the likes of Noam Chomsky, The Occupation Of The American Mind is an unflinching look at the information wars Israel and its supporters have been waging in the US for decades.
Burrell Communications tapped the talents of The Colonie editor, Bob Ackerman, and Story director, Blair Hayes, for its new McDonald’s spot, ‘My Place.’ The commercial integrates four vignettes that showcase McDonald’s as a place in the community where people feel connected, supported and at home.
In Standing Rock & The Battle Beyond, the multi-award-winning Fault Lines team reports on the battle for Native American land rights as protests continue across the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
‘In Bed With,’ a live performance video series created by Leo Burnett creative director Debbie Mudd, video director Jake Brusha and edited by Keith Kristinat out of The Colonie, celebrates live music in a whole new way, by bringing bands and banter together in the bed of an old pickup truck.
The African Diaspora International Film Festival is back for its 24th edition from Nov. 25 to Dec 11 with a total of 66 films from 30 countries including 34 US and NY Premieres.
The Colonie recently teamed with Burrell Communications to provide editorial, VFX and design services for ‘I Do,’ a broadcast spot introducing the 2017 Toyota Corolla. Creative editor, Bob Ackerman took the automaker’s tagline, ‘Let’s Go Places,’ and ran with it.
The largest film festival for emerging directors, NFFTY (National Film Festival for Talented Youth), is now accepting entries for its upcoming 2017 festival, looking for the best films from filmmakers under 25 years of age.
The 50th Annual WorldFest-Houston officially opens for entries in less than 30 days, on September 15th and offers Screening Shorts, Docs, Features, Music Videos, Experimental & Student Films on Big 60' AMC Theater screens, with over 700 internationall filmmakers attending the 10-day International Film
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