Editor Paul Proulx collaborates with director Keegan Wilcox from The Corner Store, on this 3-minute film for Innocean and KIA. In the spot, KIA has fun demonstrating the natural abilities of its range of vehicles. Each of the segments in the 3-minute film will also screen as standalone pieces.
Brand: KIA Title: Natural Habitat
Agency: Innocean Executive Creative Director: Ian MacKellar Associate Creative Director and Art Director: Arron Isaac Copywriter: Kurtis Martin
Dave De Carlo recently collaborated with Revolver Films’ talented young director Mark Bone on an incredibly moving short film for BBDO Toronto and Mercedes-Benz Canada. The agency commissioned Toronto-based queer artist Thomarya “Tee” Fergus to create a mural that was inspired by conversations with people from the LGBTQ2 community who have experienced hate speech, bullying and discrimination. Based on their stories, Fergus created a mural she hopes will encourage healing.
The film, which launched during Pride Week 2017, documents some of the people behind the recently-unveiled mural that sends a message of love and inclusivity to passers-by in Toronto, while the corresponding digital campaign takes a stand against abuse and hate speech on a national scale.
It’s what many editors aspire to. We’re thrilled to offer editor Dave De Carlo a big round of applause for his nomination at the 2017 Canadian Screen Awards. Dave is in great company, being nominated with some amazing editorial talent in the category of ‘Best Editing in a Feature Documentary’ for the film, “Giants of Africa”. Congratulations Dave. We’ll have our fingers crossed for you! Read more about Giants of Africa.
Congratulations also to DOP Chris Romeike for his nomination for “Giants of Africa” in the ‘Best Cinematography in a Feature Length Documentary’ category.
We are thrilled to announce that Dave De Carlo and Hubert Davis’ film Giants of Africa has been named to the 2016 TIFF lineup. The film documents Toronto Raptors President and General Manager Masai Ujiri’s work to inspire and create opportunities for youth in Africa through the sport of basketball.