• Company 3′s Dave Hussey helped The New York Times take its first step into virtual reality by coloring its new VR documentary short “The Displaced,” directed by Vrse.works’ Imraan Ismail and NYT’s Ben Solomon. Learn more at Creative Planet.

    November 13, 2015


  • Putting a woman on the $10 bill would be even more exciting if that $10 was tangible for U.S. women. WONGDOODY created social campaign #TheReal10 to raise awareness on the gender wage gap, where women still only earn $7.90 on average for every $10 that a man earns. Read more about the campaign at Adweek.

    November 3, 2015


  • Visit fxguide for an in-depth interview with the Blur Studio team behind the stunning new ‘Mafia III’ game trailer.

    November 2, 2015


  • Grab some tissues and check out the first episode of SoulPancake’s new YouTube series, “Class Act,” which profiles inspiring teachers. You can read more about the first episode, which focuses on special ed teacher Sadie Guthrie, at Huffington Post.

    October 27, 2015


  • We’re so excited to see Biscuit’s directorial duo The Mundo Sisters featured as up-and-coming directors in Shoot’s Fall Directors Issue. Click here to see what Shoot has to say about the talented pair.

    October 27, 2015


  • ‘Supergirl’ premieres tonight and is full of visual effects. fxguide spoke to the show’s VFX supervisor, Armen Kevorkian of Encore, to get a sneak preview.

    October 26, 2015


  • We had a great time at last week’s Digital Hollywood conference, hearing about the latest and greatest in VR from our friends at Humble, SuperSphere, Mirada, and more. And congrats to Mirada, who earned two awards during the event for their recent VR projects.

    October 26, 2015


  • WONGDOODY recently launched a new campaign to promote DoubleDown Casino’s ‘Orange is the New Black’ slot game. The spots give tongue-in-cheek references to the show and its familiar “prison hacks.” Read more about the campaign at Agency Spy.

    October 23, 2015


  • Biscuit directorial duo the Mundo Sisters have a new short out for their ESPN series “What Makes Us.” The short, “Knighter,” profiles women’s ice hockey champion Hilary Knight and her quest to show that women have a place on the ice too. Check it out here.

    October 16, 2015


  • “Heart Like a Hand Grenade” opens in theaters today, chronicling the making of Green Day’s album “American Idiot.” The documentary was cut by Beast Chicago editor Dean Gonzalez in 2004, from 350 hours of footage, and was deliberately held by director John Roecker until now in order to serve as a time capsule for fans. Check out more on this unique project at Reel Chicago.

    October 15, 2015