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“LiBai’s Premonition”: lockdown short is poetry in emotion - [ June 25, 2020 ]

Check out “LiBai’s Premonition” by Rodrigo Saavedra, featured in the Shots article below. This new short film from director Rodrigo Saavedra is inspired by 8th century Chinese poet, Li Bai. Saavedra thought that the poem, Drinking Alone in the Moonlight, though more than 1,000 years old, had perfectly portrayed the emotions of people in lockdown… [MORE]

12 of the hottest photographers to follow right now - [ June 23, 2020 ]

Check out Creative Boom’s article featuring Melodie McDaniel. Melodie McDaniel is a still photographer and a film director who works with equal fluency between the worlds of fashion, music, fine art, and commercials. Across her career, she has taken photos for the likes of Patti Smith, Cheryl Crow, Pharrell Williams and Fugees; directed music videos… [MORE]

The Pandemic Has Turned Los Angeles Into a Walking City: Geoff McFetridge - [ April 24, 2020 ]

Check out Geoff McFetridge’s story in The New York Times this month! The story is titled The Pandemic Has Turned Los Angeles Into a Walking City, and delivers a poignant and relevant message for the times at hand. The Pandemic Has Turned Los Angeles Into a Walking City By Geoff McFetridge April 23, 2020 In… [MORE]

Help keep City Lights Books alive! - [ April 10, 2020 ]

Help keep City Lights Books alive! It’s not just a bookstore, it’s an institution. Imagine what a sad world where we come back from this with no City Lights. Please help if you can, and please share as well! Thank you!: https://www.gofundme.com/f/aeany-keep-city-lights-books-alive?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=m_pd+share-sheet

Romans HEINZ Ad to Air During the Big Game - [ January 23, 2020 ]

First-of-its-kind ad directed by Roman Coppola brings goodness to so many situations, you’ll need to watch it again. and again. and again. PITTSBURGH & CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Today HEINZ confirmed they will bring to life four ads at once for the big game. With so much happening in just thirty seconds, HEINZ guarantees fans will want to watch… [MORE]

‘Palo Alto’ Director Gia Coppola Adds Flair to Elle Fanning Music Video - [ April 23, 2019 ]

Since making her promising directorial debut “Palo Alto” in 2014, Gia Coppola has been slow to release a follow-up. While her next feature is still in development, Coppola stepped back behind the camera for a simple yet stylish music video, debuting exclusively on IndieWire. A member of one of the royal families of cinema, Coppola… [MORE]

THE DIRECTORS BUREAU SIGNS DIRECTOR EMMANUEL ADJEI FOR US COMMERCIAL AND MUSIC VIDEO REPRESENTATION - [ January 22, 2019 ]

  Los Angeles, CA, January 17, 2019: Hollywood-based production company The Directors Bureau is proud to announce the signing of director Emmanuel Adjei for US representation. Emmanuel is a Dutch-Ghanaian film director and visual artist whose work in narrative shorts, music videos and commercials transcends the everyday.  With a painterly, cinematic style, and drawing from… [MORE]

The Directors Bureau’s Ryan Hope Delivers Sumptuous Intrigue in Cinematic Vignettes for Prada Cahier - [ January 22, 2019 ]

Hollywood-based production company The Directors Bureau and award-winning filmmaker/director Ryan Hope (Skin, Love U Better, Lay Me Down) follow a suave delivery man, played by Academy Award-winning actor JK Simmons, and his precious packages in a three-episode series of cinematic vignettes for the new Prada Cahier bag. Read more on LBB.

Why Roman Coppola’s philosophy of “intuition-ism” will set you free - [ January 22, 2019 ]

Listen to the latest episode of Fast Company‘s podcast Creative Conversation featuring director Roman Coppola here.

GARY COLE BRINGS GOOD NEWS FROM THE FUTURE IN FIRST NATIONAL TV CAMPAIGN FOR KABBAGE - [ January 22, 2019 ]

Gary Cole, the charismatic everyman best known for playing the prototypical awful boss in “Office Space” and inept data fetishist Kent Davison on “Veep,” (not to mention voicing Harvey Birdman), finally gets a role he hasn’t played before: time-traveling spokesman from the future. In new spots for Kabbage, a provider of capital to small businesses,… [MORE]