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  • Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017
Director Kiku Ohe Lands 1st U.S. Spot Representation, Joins Superprime
CULVER CITY, Calif. --

Director Kiku Ohe has come aboard the roster of Superprime, marking his first representation in the U.S. for commercials and branded content. The Japanese-Australian filmmaker has established himself internationally across a range of film, spot and storytelling projects. He continues to be repped in France by Control Films and in Australia and New Zealand by Exit Films.

At press time, Ohe was in the midst of his first project at Superprime--an assignment out of Campbell Ewald for Valero.

Ohe’s background in design and music informs his creative approach. His versatility as a director has seen him turn out commercials for such brands as House of Travel, Anchor, Nokia, Virgin and Google as well as art-based projects for collaborators including Ksubi, Kirin Beer, Tame Impala and Daft Punk.

On the long-form front, Ohe directed the upcoming narrative feature film The Lines.

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