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Street Talk for June 1, 2018
Bram Coppens

Venice, Calif.-based production company Slim has added Belgian director Bram Coppens to its roster for commercials and branded content in the U.S.  Coppens made his mark with campaigns for Adidas, including “Brazuca,” which introduced the new ball for the FIFA World Cup and won Silver and Bronze Clios, as well as “Golf Anthem.” He also directed a Super Bowl campaign for Jeep (featuring the spot “Love Story”) and commercials for Range Rover and Dockers. Coppens is a graduate of the Brussels Film Academy and continued his studies at the New York Film Academy and the Academy of Fine Arts in Utrecht in the Netherlands. He has lived in Los Angeles since 2011....

Lawrence (a.k.a. Law) Chen, formerly in-house director at BBDO NY, has joined the Shanghai roster of production house Stink. His tenure at BBDO ran from 2010 until the end of 2017 when he left for China to direct a feature. Chen earned a slot in SHOOT’s 2012 New Directors Showcase. His most awarded work includes “H-O-R-S-E” and “Play My Tweet,” both BBDO NY campaigns for Foot Locker featuring NBA star James Harden, in which he plays the internet — not just engaging fans, but letting them tell him what to do. Outside of advertising, Chen’s music videos and short films have amassed over 10 million views and earned screenings at major film festivals including Cannes, Tribeca and Sundance. His most substantial short, “I Don’t Make The Rules,” is a poignant piece inspired by the personal story of lead actor, Myles Humphus, who after a short stint in the NFL, worked a variety of blue collar odd jobs before becoming a successful actor and stunt double for Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. In the world of mainstream entertainment, Chen has directed for Netflix and is currently working on a big budget sci-fi action film in China...


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