Super proud to see our recent spot for Meta's Horizon Worlds being featured on Little Black Book!
It was such a wonderful experience filming in both the metaverse and our physical world. Getting to tell the stories of two incredible trans creators.
The short spot highlights how VR can be a safe way to gain insight and perspective around gender, thus creating gender-affirming experiences that allow people to be treated the way they see themselves. The fear of coming out is still rampant. A recent report shows that 40% of Trans People, mostly youth, have attempted suicide. VR provides a safe outlet to avoid potential retaliation from family members and can be a therapeutic step for trans people to feel like there is hope beyond where they may live.
Check out the article here: https://www.lbbonline.com/news/trans-creators-explore-gender-and-identity-in-the-ar-world-with-meta
It was so exciting to reunite with our Fraud team at Tribeca Film Festival. After two years of stop and start production due to covid, it felt like the perfect festival for us to premiere our film.
Plus we made it onto Getty Images! That feels like a right of passage.
Directed and animated by Five Fathom's amazing Claire Pinegar in collaboration with Jeremy Asher Lynch, Red Bull Race & Surfing is headed to Breck Film Fest this September.
An animated documentary for Red Bull Surfing’s mini series ‘In Plain Sight’.Surfing’s history – from Africa to Polynesia to the Americas – is one that’s rich, diverse, and incredibly nuanced.
So much so, that we are only beginning to scratch the surface and understand it. Voiced by Selema Masekela, the film explores the varied roots of surfing’s origin and its subsequent cultural evolution into what we recognize today.
In partnership with 1 Planet One People, a collective activation that supports climate action, racial and social equality.
Our multi-talented director & photographer Kell Mitchell's work was featured in adam&eveDDB's 'The Avenues Youth Project'.
Their annual charity print sale was back again this year, in digital form.
For the second year in a row, we’re excited to be supporting our friends at The Avenues Youth Project. After the year we’ve all had, we were left with the distinct feeling that there was still more we could achieve together, and we are thrilled we get to build on that relationship for another year.
We put a call out for work which focuses on championing diversity and the stories of people of colour. The response is this set of beautiful and kind donations which we can’t wait for you to get bidding on.
Super proud of our Kell!
Susanne Aichele's latest musical short (filmed right before lockdown) 'After Hours' premiered on Promo News this week. With an atmospheric track by Coco Morier, the film takes us on an intimate and dream-like journey of a woman's quest for 'love.' She ultimately finds the one person she's truly been searching for.
Pagans, directed by Lucy Luscombe and produced by Amanda Mesaikos has been nominated for Best UK Short at Raindance Film Festival 2019 and the Youth Jury Prize at the 25th Encounters Film Festival.
We’re super proud to share our labor of love with the world. Watch the film and read the write up on Dazed.
The multi-talented, Kell Mitchell's photography is being featured as part of the British Arrows #SheTakesOver campaign. #SheTakesOver is all about celebrating the role of women in the creative industry, with a focus on promoting rising talents in the areas of photography, filmmaking and musical composition.
FIVE FATHOMS' Amanda Mesaikos is rolling full steam ahead with pre-production on her latest short film, Fraud, written by the talented Dana Levinson and directed by Zen Pace. It's being co-produced by Katie Rosin from Kampfire Films. The team are also super excited to announce the casting of Babak Tafti from Succession in the role of Andre! Find out more about the film here.