Sometimes in order not to cry you have to laugh, and in this Shots.net profile of our very own Ghost + Cow, the directing duo John Carlucci and Brandon LaGanke discuss their approach to comedy, how humor can be used to cope with tragedy, and using their talents to make advertising a bit more funny.
“Shots” introduces the newest member of our team: award-winning filmmaker Patrick Fileti
Always striving to find hope in every corner, Patrick Fileti’s work sets out to reframe the struggles of the human experience and reveal the shared universal themes that bring us together.
ShootOnline announces Greenpoint Pictures’ newest addition: director Clayton Vila
Greenpoint Pictures signs director Clayton Vila. This marks his first career representation in the American ad market.
The Hudson Dusters’ “Project Play” asks the question: “Are we putting too much pressure on kids in sports?”
Debuting on ESPN SportsCenter beside an exclusive interview with Kobe Bryant, the Hudson Dusters portray the devastating statistic that 62% of kids give up on sports.
AdAge features The Roos Brothers’ latest BMW spot
Watch as Logan Roos of The Roos Brother turns a BMW into the ultimate lockdown date-night machine.
Renee Mao’s Make-A-Wish spot recognized on Little Black Book
Renee Mao, Make-A-Wish, and Team One delivers hope to kids and families despite troubling times with Make-A-Wish campaign.
Ghost+Cow chat “Drunk Bus” alongside star Charlie Tahan on Build by Yahoo!
Greenpoint Pictures directing duo Ghost + Cow appear on Build by Yahoo! with Charlie Tahan (of Ozark and Super Dark Times) to discuss their new film Drunk Bus, featuring Charlie as a young campus bus driver and Kara Hayward (of Moonrise Kingdom and Manchester by the Sea).
Little Black Book celebrates The Roos Brothers joining Greenpoint Pictures
Every time I watch a new piece [from The Roos Brothers] I’m moved and inspired to shout from the rooftops, “The Roos Brothers are the best-kept secret!”…It’s now time to unleash them into the world full force.” – founding partner Michael Kuhn