Our latest digital project. Creative, Production, Brand Partnerships and YouTube channel management. This is Andy Allen. He won Masterchef in 2012. He’s still cooking and hanging out heaps with his mate Ben Milbourne. This is the story of their first food adventure together. In MEXICO. Head to Andy’s channel and subscribe HERE.
So we just dropped this TVC for our friends at oneshift.com.au – a very new age careers platform. Projucer created, wrote and produced the spot. Directed by El Davros.
Tap beer. At home.
Recently the Projucer x El Davros combo produced and directed an online video series to help bring Lion Nathan’s TAP KINGDOM to life, in partnership with Charles Firth and the White Agency Sydney. The actual product is out next week, and it’s only 33 bucks. The videos will steadily flow online like the amber into your glass over the next few months. Get thirsty and have a peek in the Tap Kingdom
This is ours. We had the great pleasure at pitching direct to Asics Oceania for a TVC concept that would drive viewers online. Thanks to Google research, we know that 75% of the time, people watching TV are using their smartphone or tablets for unrelated tasks so we decided to leverage viewer behaviour in our favour. It was an equal pleasure working with ex Miss Universe Australia rep Jesinta Campbell who we made run all day long. Top marks.
The first chapter of RYOKOU, our latest sports doco project, has dropped. After airing on SBS2 nationally on Sunday May 26th, the online release sees the program drop via youtube.com/chasingtheglory in 5 parts, over 5 days, Monday – Friday, at 12noon. Yep – perfect lunchtime procrastination. Get on it.
Tropical North Queensland’s latest saw 20 filmmakers hand selected from around Oz, given GoPro’s, and flown up north – all to create their own version of ’1 Day in Paradise’…here’s ours. Yep, it’s a couch. In the rainforest.
Forest Floor Lounge lives as part of this national campaign.
5 days. 5 episodes. 12noon daily (AEST). Monday May 27th – Friday May 31st.
Chasing the Glory media house in association with Projucer presents the official trailer and announces the digital release of our latest sports story: RYOKOU (Journey) – a five part web documentary published on YouTube and across all good cycling sites.
Ryokou follows the journey of Aussie Cyclist Shane Perkins from his home in Adelaide post London Olympics to taking residence in Japan whilst competing in the 2012/13 Keirin competition.
The sports documentary explores Japanese Keirin cycling as a pivotal part of Shane’s personal and professional growth, in context of some of the major events in his professional and personal career.
Presented by Onitsuka Tiger.
Proudly supported by Jayco, Huon Aquaculture – the world’s most loved salmon,
and 88 stellar individuals via crowdfunding platform Pozible.
Directed by Davros.
Made by Projucer.
A Chasing the Glory Media House Production
So we’ve teamed up with Sydney agency Circul8 to co-develop and deliver this ridiculously fun video for the Cancer Council NSW. We are blokes, and we think it’s important that blokes say things about their health…but not shit like this. shitmatesdontsay.com will give you more info
Shane Perkins is not a household name in Australia. But he has a story. He’s a cyclist. He’s a World Champion, has been the fastest man to sprint a bike around a 250m velodrome, and he’s a London Olympic bronze medallist eyeing Gold in Rio. Interestingly, he heads to Japan for 3-6 months a year to compete in the Keirin, an unlikely national sport. It’s too hard to explain. But he’s good at it.
We’ve been in Japan piecing together a videographic portayal of this journey. It’s called Ryokou, which means ‘journey’ in Japanese. Below is a pictorial work in progress:
Ryokou will be officially released in early 2013.
this is a slice of our most recent project. Chasing le Tour is a fan’s perspective from the roadside of France’s most glorious sporting event, Le Tour de France. Two brothers share their unique experiences around adventuring through France. Brought to you by CHASING THE GLORY