Director, Chris Rupert Challenges His Creativity in Multi-Series Project

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Testing the art of hand built machines, Junior Burrell goes to work on a café racer.Burrell attempts to make as many parts as possible from hand during this build while at the same time staying true to original café racer philosophies.Screen Shot 2015-04-16 at 4.22.20 PM

This film is the first in a multi-series project designed to challenge the creativity of the builder, and the director, Chris Rupert. Rupert self imposed creative rules for each piece. In this first film, the creative rule was that there would be no camera movement. Energy had to come entirely from movement in the scene, and the art of the edit.

Launched just last week, it has already earned recognition and respect from the motorcycle community, drawing in 4,895 views.

2015 Addy Awards

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The American Advertising Awards, formerly the ADDYs, is the advertising industry’s largest competition, bringing in over 40,000 entries every year.

We are proud to announce that “Wyffels Hybrid”, directed by Travis Aitken won Gold at the Addy’s!

Also, a big congratulations for “Be A Man”, directed by Chris Rupert and produced by Adrian Hasenbauer, on winning silver at the AAF Dallas.

Travis Aitken’s Short Accepted into Laughing Devil Comedy Festival

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Liability, a short film written and directed by our very own, Travis Aitken, has been accepted into the Laughing Devil Comedy Festival in Long Island. Liability has also shown at the Iron Mule Comedy Festival of New York, New York; The Short. Sweet. Film Fest of Ohio City, Ohio; Tallgrass Film Festival of Whichita, Kansas; and the Dallas VideoFest 27 of Dallas, Texas.

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In just under six minutes, LIABILITY is an existential joy ride that gleefully tests the audience’s ability to effectively suspend disbelief. The result is part satire of the independent filmmaker’s ego and absurdest tribute to movie making banality of decades past.

Visit Liability the Film for more information.

New Year, New Facility

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Today we say goodbye to our first set of offices and begin the big move to our new facility.

unnamedWe are moving into a temporary space for approximately two months while our new facility undergoes construction. Our first office served us well and we will miss it; especially our way cool, old, walk-in vault. But, we have outgrown that space and it’s time to think bigger. As 2014 comes to a close, and we go into the new year, we look forward to this next chapter and fresh start in our new space.

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