New ScreenWork Releases (commercial, film, TV, online, etc)
Red earth stamped by horse hoofs, cheering crowds and clanging metal gates, honored tradition and new roads come together in the new YETI Presents film, “Navajo Son.” Derrick Begay is a quiet hero. Unassuming in person, bold in the ring, Begay knows the ropes of rodeo competition.
There is no slow down for this Mississippi-set Southern Gothic Horror tale, starring Gary Cairns as Father Vincent, Luke Albright as Michael, and fan-favorite Trista Robinson as Mary Francis, as it continues to gain momentum arriving on Blu-Ray and VOD this week. The story is about two brothers
Campari, the iconic Italian aperitif, unveils the latest in the Red Diaries series – the enigmatic and enticing short film, Entering Red.
Following a launch at the Sundance Film Festival, TIME and Felix & Paul Studios have made an exciting announcement.
Director Timothy Kendall is no stranger to the one-two punch of comedy and action. So when Vayner Media tapped him and production company Redacted Content to help bring a crazy concept to life for Planter’s first foray into Super Bowl advertising in over a decade, it was hardly a leap.
Cut Golf, creator of The Best Damn Golf Balls Under 20 Bucks, used social media to share their epic, big-game quality ad "The Mix Up" with the world on Sunday, February 3rd.
Creative studio Versus was recently tapped by Publicis to help create a social responsibility campaign consisting of eight live-action spots and eight animated videos for S&P Global.
As India celebrates its 70th Republic Day, it’s time to overcome prejudices and break down barriers of racial bias across the nation. PFT’s latest digital film for Brooke Bond Red Label throws light on one such cause - discrimination towards Indians from the Northeast.
STORY director Ron Lazzeretti uses real-life humor to show how GE Appliances is making life easier in a new series of spots out of FCB, Chicago, the agency’s first for the brand since being named its agency of record. The account had been with BBDO, New York, since 1920.
With the release of her new album "Remind Me Tomorrow," Sharon Van Etten is back on the new music charts for the first time since 2014.