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Sammy Davis, Jr.: I’ve Gotta Be Me is the first major film documentary to examine Davis’ vast talent and his journey for identity through the shifting tides of civil rights and racial progress during 20th-century America.
To launch the fourth season of hit series “The Great British Baking Show,” PBS called on 2C Creative (“2C”) to cook up a full episodic campaign capable of capturing the show’s offbeat charm, humor and suspense – from the odd-couple judging duo of Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, to Mel and Sue, the
2C Creative (“2C”) was recently tapped by ABC Network to develop a comprehensive graphic toolkit for the launch of its new music-based reality series, “Boy Band.” The goal was to capture the youthful essence of the show by developing modern, fresh and modular visual elements that could be impleme
Underdog Entertainment, a New York-based production company, today announced that “A Day in the Life of Lolita the Performing Orca” featuring world renowned orca biologist Dr. Ingrid N. Visser is being broadcast on rotation on People’s Weather, DStv Channel 180, in South Africa.
The rebranding of a channel group that reaches over one billion people requires more than just a name change -- China Central Television International (CCTV) is now China Global Television Network (CGTN), emphasizing an even more expansive worldview and mobile-first strategy.
Hulu is taking viewers into the chilling world of acclaimed, best-selling author Stephen King in the new Hulu Original drama series Castle Rock, from J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions, Warner Bros. Television and executive producers/writers Sam Shaw & Dustin Thomason.
Syndrome Studio, an award winning creative studio specializing in design and animation for major entertainment, advertising and brand clients, has just created a comprehensive, on-air and on-stage graphics package for the 2017 “People’s Choice Awards.” The awards show, which aired on CBS on Janua
HISTORY recently called on 2C Creative to produce an image spot reflecting the pulse of our time, while showcasing the television network’s new look.
Downward Dog, a webisode-turned-network show created by Pittsburgh-based production and visual effects house Animal, Inc., will make its debut at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, January 19-29.