New ScreenWork Releases (commercial, film, TV, online, etc)
Summertime means vacations and fun-filled getaways.
Dignity. A second chance. Laughter. Community. All of this and more is found at “The Tables,” shorthand for the running ping pong game in Manhattan’s Bryant Park. The game is the subject of director Jon Bunning’s new documentary short, filmed over 4 years in NYC.
Tower 3, a new short from Irish filmmaker and artist Marcus Robinson, commemorates the massive construction project behind the latest addition to New York’s World Trade Center site, an 80-story structure that is now the city’s fifth largest building. Commissioned by Silverstein Properti
Indie rock sensations Young the Giant appear as tiny dancers moving in gracefully undulating patterns in their new music video Simplify.
Every summer needs an anthem, a hands-in-the air, bear-hugging, never-ending party song you just can’t get out of your head. It may not have the support of a summer blockbuster to push it out to the masses, but “Winnebago” by Gryffin f.
Pace Pictures provided post-production services for a remarkable series of live videos by breakout artist Benedict Cork.
Director Sheldon Candis of A Common Thread tells the stories of three women living their dreams in a sequel to Ford’s celebrated “Born to Roll” campaign from agencies Global Team Blue and UniWorld Group.
Filmmakers Ryan and Alec Balas have launched a first-of-its-kind showcase dedicated to food as cinema. Going by the cheeky name of TheFoodPornHub, the new site celebrates the sensual pleasures and visual splendors of the culinary arts.