Our punk rock VR story will be screening for all your viewing pleasure at Tribeca Film Festival! A NY story for a NY festival!!
Stay tune for more info!! #Tribeca2018
Worked with Estée Lauder to bring them a song you can’t deny and want to fall in love with = Estée Love!
Dreaming about the warmer seasons. Michael Kors and 2018!
Kicking off 2018 with Michael Kors – bring on the warmer weather. PLEASE!!
“BattleScar” premieres at the Sundance film festival, along with other amazing VR company. All part of Sundance’s New Frontier exhibition at the new Ray Theatre.
“BattleScar” brings you back to 1978 New York City. We had the pleasure to bring the music to play for this punk rock story told by Rosario Dawnson, Directed by Martin Allais and Nico Casavecchia and Written by Nico Casavecchia and Mercedes Arturo!
Bringing you the holidays with this special disco holiday edition from Coach!
We had some fun, working with Feekee, customizing a song to fit Sephora’s campaign. Awesome to work with amazing talent!!!
News and Press:
Catherine Gund and Daresha Kyi
Bros “I’m With Her” episode coming to your county!
Director: Maggie Greenwald
Writer: Maggie Greenwald (screenplay) and Augusta Trobaugh (novel)
Producer: Brenda Goodman
Post Producer: Susan Lazarus
Director & Writer: Matthew Miele
Director: Brandon Dickerson
Producer: Ginger Sledge
Editor: Sandra Adair
Composer: Graham Reynolds
Director and Writer: Dave Bussan
Director and Writers:
Russell Friedenberg and Randy Redwood
Producer: Heather Rea
Director: Yashira Jordan
Writer: Jose Ángel Esteban and Yashira Jordan
Editor: Natacha Valerga
Line Producer: Lilah Wilson
Holiday Bros teaser…full story coming to you soon! Is it time for Santa Con?
Director and Writer: Alex Richanbach
Editor: Josh Salzberg
Don’t ask…just watch. New Episode coming soon….
Director and Writer: Matthew Miele
Executive Producer, Director and Writer:
Jason Ano, Mike Berlucchi, Joseph Lombardi, Lilah Wilson and Ted Maniatakos
Director and Writer: Mike Birbiglia
Producers: Ira Glass and Jacob Jaffke.
“Lensing, music and other below-the-line contributions are polished enough that this modestly budgeted endeavor, which was scaled back from a more ambitious production so Birbiglia could direct himself, looks and sounds better than some studio comedies.” — Variety