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OVERVIEW: Creative Direction & Production // TASK: Create a new show open for ESPN’s 30 for 30, featuring iconic faces and the ESPN Films logo // CONCEPT: Feature prominent icons in black and white to demonstrate the history, with gold dust whimsically fading from the ESPN Films logo
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OVERVIEW: Art Direction, Production, Editing // TASK: Create an emotional and engaging review of Cinemax’s top wins for the year and thank the audience for continuing to watch // CONCEPT: Incorporate a multitude of varying movie highlights, laced together, to demonstrate how many memorable moments were achieved within the year.
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Our team developed open titles for one of the most prominent marketing awards in the world. This work was for the Ukrainian market. The key idea is a claw machine which chooses the winner, and everyone wants to catch the chance to become a lucky one.
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Brand Identity and full graphic package for the launch of the new program on 1+1 TV Channel ProSport
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While it is winter and cold outside the window, we have offered the audience of one of the biggest TV Channels in UA to stay in the world of 1+1, where it is always cozy and warm. In the design, we use a central composition, where there is always warmth, in contrast to the cold outside. As the main style, we choose paper clippings of New Year's attributes in combination with warm light. According to the animation in the logo ID, we turn on the New Year's mood by turning on the lights.
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Northern Lights Agency collaborated with Prime Video to launch "The English", a limited series starring Emily Blunt (The Devil Wears Prada, A Quiet Place) and Chaske Spencer (The Twilight Saga). Set in 1890, The English takes the core themes of identity and revenge to tell a uniquely compelling parable on race, power, and love. The trailer doubles down on the explosive violence that erupts seemingly out of nowhere within the beautiful landscape of the old west, building on our previously released teaser. Our campaign includes a trailer, teaser, critic spot and multiple social elements.
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Black Label Content’s brand has been about putting top-tier talent and filmmakers in front of and behind the camera since the Los Angeles-based agency launched in 2010.