- Thursday, Sep. 20, 2012
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Commercial and corporate media production company, Blueyed Pictures (BLU), signs award-winning documentary director Nico Sabenorio. "We are such big fans of Nico's work!" stated Blueyed Pictures founder Jamee Natella and Executive Producer Lorraine Schreyer. "We're excited to share his passion for spreading awareness on social issues in such a brilliantly cinematic way."
Upon joining the Blueyed roster of directors, Nico said he was, "…psyched to be joining Blueyed! I look forward to merging storytelling styles with a team that has an exceptional reputation for working across multiple platforms and numerous brands."
Nico Sabenorio is passionate about propagating awareness of social issues through his emotional non-fiction projects. His next project is an anti-prescription drug campaign for DrugFree.org and Amnesty International, which debuts on National Medicine Abuse Day, September 23, 2012. On the same day, an interactive display at Grand Central Station will premiere as well, accompanying the awareness campaign. Nico was recently nominated for 2 MTV Video Music Awards, for his work on "The Ballad of Hollis Brown" by Rise Against and "The Fighter" by Gym Class Heroes (which featured Olympic gymnast John Orozco). In 2010, he won 'Best Short Documentary' at Slamdance for "Bout That Bout".
About Blueyed Pictures:
Blueyed Pictures is an international production company based in Los Angeles, London, and Tokyo that is aimed at serving advertising agencies, film companies, and corporate clientele. BLU's clients have included Virgin, Nestle, Nissan, Pioneer, Toyota, Lexus, Scion, Visa, and Pepsi. Blueyed Pictures has been honored with awards from Addy, CLIO, Telly, Webby, and FWA. www.blueyedpictures.com