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The World Cup's Creative Collaboration with Famous Frames

Posted June 27, 2014 at 11:19am

Famous Frames artist Wes Louie worked with Wieden Kennedy Portland on some of the preliminary art for Nike's "Risk Everything" campaign. Wes’ work contributed to "The Last Game"  which features an animated cast of soccer's biggest stars, including Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney, Neymar da Silva Santos and Tim Howard as they contend with "perfect" soccer clones who "play it safe." 

Nike Football: The Last Game

Artist Lidat Truong also worked on the Nike campaign with Wieden Kennedy, Portland providing key frames that appear in a number of the spots. These spots have racked up more than 75 million views, thanks to appearances from these World Cup standouts.

Nike Football - Free Kick

Nike Football: Tunnel

Artist Denice Au worked with DNA and gave a little thrill to Soccer fans worldwide with Samsung’s first complete Galaxy 11 promo video, showing an entire team of renowned players joining forces to play a football game against aliens who just happen to be football aficionados “visiting” Earth.

#GALAXY11: The Anthem

Micah Brenner worked with Skunk on this Visa spot, where Usain Bolt learns Portuguese, plays football with the kids on Copacabana beach, and even dances a little samba at a Rio street party. 

Visa Samba do Brasil (Samba of Brazil)

LA Film Fest

Posted June 17, 2014 at 4:17pm

Famous Frames Storyboard artist Micah Brenner has worked on not 1 but 2 films that are currently premiering in the 20th annual Los Angeles Film Festival. THE WELL and COMET.

Of the experience Micah says, "I'm beyond proud to have contributed to these two great directors' visions. Tom Hammock is a long time friend of mine, and seeing his tale come to life is a real victory. Both of these films were visually dynamic and my collaboration with these new directors and their phenomenally talented DP's was incredibly rewarding. Get out and see some cinema at LAFF: THE WELL and COMET."

Take a look at the film info as well as some art below!

The Well
The Beyond

Michal Brenner's art:

Directed By: Tom Hammock
Screenwriter: Jacob Forman
Producers: Seth Caplan, Chris Harding
Cinematographer: Seamus Tierney
Editors: Adam Wingard, Sarah Broshar
Music: Craig Deleon
Cast: Haley Lu Richardson, Booboo Stewart, Max Charles, Nicole Fox, Michael Welch, Jon Gries, Michael Massee, Rena Owen, Leo Lee, Barbara Crampton, Michael McCartney, Jacqueline Emerson

At the edge of a barren valley, all that remains of the Wallace Farm for Wayward Youth is a few hollowed-out husks of buildings and the memories of Kendal, a seventeen-year-old girl who can barely recall when the valley was lush. It's been a decade since the last rainfall, and society at large has dried up and blown away. Only Kendal and a few others remain, barely scraping by while dreaming of escape. When a gang leader named Carson lays claim to what little precious water remains underground, Kendal must decide whether to run and hide or bravely fight for what little she has left in this post-apocalyptic thriller.

Narrative Competition

Micah Brenner's art:

Directed By: Sam Esmail
Screenwriter: Sam Esmail
Producers: Chad Hamilton, Lee Clay
Executive Producer: Steve Golin, Peter M. DeGeorge, Colin Bates
Cinematographer: Eric Koretz
Editor: Franklin Peterson
Music: Daniel Hart
Cast: Emmy Rossum, Justin Long

Hurtling back and forth in time over six years of a passionate, complicated relationship, this high-style love story crackles with brilliant repartee and simmers with true feeling. Emmy Rossum is the bright, skeptical Kimberly, and Justin Long is the tightly wound Dell. They first meet in a random encounter at Hollywood Forever, where they've both come to watch a meteor shower. It's the start of a romantic roller coaster ride that leaps from a Paris tryst to a squabble in New York to the Hollywood Hills, taking risky and unexpected emotional turns with daredevil aplomb.

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