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Andrew Schneider

16
Jun
2021
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Mode Project Wins Silver Telly for Chicago Symphony Orchestra Collaboration

It’s great to start the summer off with a win. Mode Project is excited to announce that “Music in a Time of Crisis: After All This”,  a social media video created in the midst of the pandemic for Chicago Symphony Orchestra, has been named Best in Social Video: Arts & Entertainment, recognized by a Silver honor in the 42nd Annual Telly Awards.  In the video,...
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16
Jun
2021
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Director Tim Roper and 11 Dollar Bill Team with Ogilvy and the CDC to Educate Gen Xers

A man sits down with his 45-year-old son for a frank discussion on a ticklish topic in a new public service announcement for the Centers for Disease Control and Ogilvy, DC. Tim Roper of F. Yeah & Associates directed and 11 Dollar Bill provided editorial and post-production services for the spot which encourages Gen Xers to be screened for colorectal cancer. We promise this is...
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8
Jun
2021
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Original documentary series from Sarofsky and partners wins Brand Film Award

The partners behind “A Mystery to Me,” an original documentary series created to raise awareness of the rare neuromuscular disease myasthenia gravis (MG), are extremely proud to have earned this year’s Brand Film Award for their project, in the sixth annual program’s Unbranded Healthcare category. Presented to global immunology company argenx along with Sarofsky Pictures, Kartemquin Films, Museum + Crane, full-service digital agency Closerlook, and Syneos Health, the achievement honors “A Mystery to Me”...
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3
Jun
2021
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Senior Editor Adam Henderson Joins charlieuniformtango

Lola Lott, charlieuniformtango principal/CEO, announced senior editor Adam Henderson is joining charlieuniformtango this week. “Whether it’s making you laugh, making you cry, or making you think, Adam’s editing makes a difference,” Lola says. James Rayburn, tango senior editor/partner, says, “I’m so excited to bring Adam on board.  Besides being an incredible talent, he truly is a great human being and a perfect fit for our...
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20
May
2021
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AICP Releases Best Practices for Engagement to Spur BIPOC Opportunities

AICP’s Equity & Inclusion committee has released a set of Best Practices for Engagement aimed at helping ad agencies and brands address barriers in how they bid and award production and post production assignments. Assembled by an E&I subcommittee headed by Sophie Gold, Founder and Executive Producer of ELEANOR, the Best Practices were derived  in consultation with leaders from several advertising agencies. The document can be...
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11
May
2021
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Skillicorn Partners with Bradley Johnson at SEED

Roy Skillicorn, who founded Seed Media Arts in 2011, has recently partnered with Los Angeles Executive Producer Brad Johnson (pictured here). Earlier this year, Skillicorn left his position as Backyard’s CMO and Managing Director to collaborate with Johnson and to focus on Seed. Together, they have fine-tuned the directorial roster, formalized an impressive strategy that expands Seed’s capabilities to form a contemporary, full-service, 360, production...
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30
Apr
2021
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New Music Video from charlieuniformtango Director Justin Wilson for The Cush Launches Its Festival Run

Lola Lott, charlieuniformtango principal/CEO announced director/editor Justin Wilson’s new music video for the band The Cush has been accepted into the Austin Lift-Off Film Festival. The tango team for the video included Tony Wann as co-director/motion graphics, and Artie Pena on color. Let’s take a look at this new video from Wilson and his team: Describing the video, director Justin Wilson said, “My vision for...
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6
Jan
2021
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Leviathan Opens 2021 with New Hires

Let’s open 2021 with some new hire news! Creative agency Leviathan announces the addition of (pictured left to right) Account Manager Meg Miller, Art Director Mackenzie Suben, and Designer Morgan Itterly. Prior to landing at Leviathan, Miller was a Digital Experience Project Manager at Gensler who specialized in integrating digital content into the architectural design process. Having earned her degree from the University of Georgia...
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24
Dec
2020
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Get Ready To Tear Up With Daily Planet’s Short ‘Grandma’s Treats’

The holidays are playing out very differently this year and that inspired the folks at Daily Planet to tell a unique story and share it with the world. Titled “Grandma’s Treats,” this new piece by their Director Michael Gabriele tells a story deeply relevant to our current pandemic life. The two-minute film revolves around a little girl’s yearning to bake traditional holiday treats with her...
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