Gateway H.S. || Aurora Shooting
Wright Brothers Films, in conjunction with Stillmotion, completed an emotional sport short for CBS Sports that aired during the Super Bowl pre-game show. This feature tells the compelling story of the resilient Gateway H.S. football team and their overcoming adversity in the aftermath of the Aurora movie theater shooting. A large number of players were at the theater the night of the shooting. The sport and brotherhood of football has helped them to strengthen their bond as a team and to heal.
This feature is shown here with permission from CBS Sports. View >
Wright Brothers Films just finished up their latest project for Coke Zero. Working with CP&B, the Coke Zero advertising agency, Wright Brothers Films was able to add their creative direction to a comedic element that falls within the :60 commercial. The live action segment was produced and directed by Wright Brothers Films. Both client and agency were thrilled that casting, production and location filming could all occur within two days to accommodate their last minute request and tight post-production schedule in order to meet their on-air date. Let us know how we can help you with your next production project. You’ll be singing our praises too. View >
A Game of Honor – Showtime
The feature-length documentary 'A Game of Honor' chronicles the season-long journey of the West Point cadets and Annapolis midshipmen as they prepare for one of the most storied events in sports. View >
Proactiv - Justin Bieber Commercial Shoot
A behind-the-scenes look at Justin Bieber's top secret Proactiv commercial shoot.
Thought Equity Motion Realizes Commercial Potential
July 05, 2011 -- Photo District News -- While video opportunities for still photographers abound, countless motion clips never realize their commercial potential. Instead they idle their days on one’s hard drive; filmed, saved and forgotten while an opportunity to monetize video remains largely untapped. Read more >
Stock Footage On Demand
When productions need extra footage to enhance their films, they usually turn to stock footage companies to streamline the process. Read More >