The New Hampshire Film Festival takes place each fall the weekend after Columbus Day in Portsmouth, NH. NHFF unites professional filmmakers and screenwriters with industry experts, students, educators, and film lovers for an inspiring, four-day celebration of independent film through panels, workshops, screenings, and networking events. This 15 second television spot was produced and edited at FUEL using Apple Motion and Final Cut Pro X to help promote the event. We also streamed the filmmaking panels live over the four day event.
There are no bad days when you film in Hawaii. This spot would air during the live broadcast of the NFL Combine and was filmed over the week leading up to the 2008 Pro Bowl.
Town & Country’s Better Neighbor Fund is a charitable giving campaign created & designed by Sean Tracey Associates in response to T&C senior management’s desire to support good works in the communities of Cumberland and York Counties. T&C decided to award a generous total of $25,000 through eight grants to the local organizations, causes or ideas that received the most votes over the course of one month. The spot was Produced and Directed by Sean Tracey and Edited at FUEL.
2.4 Mile Swim. 112 Mile Bike. 26.2 Mile Run. This intense competition takes place in the barren lava fields of Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. Along the Kona Coast, black lava rock dominates the panorama, and athletes battle the “ho’omumuku” crosswinds of 45 mph, 95 degree temperatures and a scorching sun. Some of the most amazing athletes on the planet compete for the Ironman crown. This spot aired on NBC during the event broadcast and featured 1994 Ironman Champion, Greg Welch. It was captured on 16mm film and edited on Avid Media Composer.
This is a commercial produced and edited for Reebok under an extremely tight deadline. Production began once the Red Sox clinched a trip back to the World Series in 2007. Filming spanned two days and finished shots were delivered immediately for a simultaneous edit using Avid Media Composer. Within 12 hours of shooting the last frame, we were uploading the finished spot to the various stations. Donnie Wahlberg, Bobbie Orr, Mayor Menino and Doug Flutie all signed on and The Dropkick Murphys were kind enough to license their hit song from THE DEPARTED for it’s use.