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In True Olympic Spirit, Marc Langley and Chris Parkins Team Up With Holiday Films Directors Gleie & Senko

Marc Langley and Chris Parkins provided editorial athleticism teaming up with Holiday Films directors Jan Gleie and Jesse Senko on a pool of Winter Olympics spots for RBC.

Marc Langley

Brand: RBC
Title: Everywhere To Me, But You’re A Girl, Bravo

Production Company: Holiday Films
Executive Producers: Derek Sewell
Broadcast Producer: Christine Pacheco
Director: Jan Gleie
Director of Photography: Fredrick Jacobi
Line Producer: Kelly King

Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production
Editor: Marc Langley
Assistant Editor: Nick Greaves

Colour Facility: Alter Ego
Colourist: Eric Whipp

Finishing: Fort York VFX
Online Artist: Paul Binney
Online Assistant: Luke White

Music & Sound Design: Berkeley Inc.

CHRIS PARKINS

Brand: RBC
Title: Nerdy

Production Company: Holiday Films
Executive Producers: Derek Sewell & Josefina Nadurata
Broadcast  Producer: Christine Pacheco
Director: Jesse Senko
Director of Photography: Marc Laliberté Else
Line Producer: Amelie Bruun

Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production
Editor: Chris Parkins
Assistant Editor: Joey Whitelaw

Colour Facility: Alter Ego
Colourist: Eric Whipp

Finishing: Fort York VFX
Online Artist: Paul Binney
Online Assistant: Luke White

Music & Sound Design: Berkeley Inc.

Christina Humphries Shows Anomaly and Sport Chek Her Best Moves

Whenever we think life x style we immediately think of editor Christina Humphries. And good thing, because Anomaly and client Sport Chek were thinking the same way when they teamed Christina up with Circle Productions director Amos Leblanc. Not only did she deliver a great cut, she created some pretty jumped-up graphics too.

 

Client: Sport Chek
Title: Life x Style

Agency: Anomaly
Partner & Executive Creative Director: Dave Douglass
Partner & Executive Creative Director: Pete Breton
Art Director: Jose Rivas
Copywriter: Max May
Producer: Martina Esguerra

Production Company: Circle Productions
Executive Producer: Andria Minott
Director: Amos Leblanc
Cinematographer: Adam Marsden
Line Producer: Robbie McNamara

Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production
Editor: Christina Humphries
Assistant Editors: Brett Rostrup

Finishing: Rooster Post Production
Finishing Artist: Christina Humphries

Colour: Alter Ego
Colourist: Conor Fisher

Audio House: Pirate Toronto

Paul Proulx, DDB Canada and Dairy Farmers Celebrate in Style

This DDB Canada/Dairy Farmers of Canada campaign follow-up features another fun spoof of an 80’s-style beer commercial. Directed by Soft Citizen duo Aircastle, the tongue-in-cheek spot was cut by Paul Proulx whose edit provides some beautifully-timed moments of beer-inspired celebration.


Client & Product: Dairy Farmers of Canada – Milk
Name of campaign: “Pour a Tall Cold One ”
Spot Title: “Softball”

Agency: DDB Canada
Chief Creative Officer: Cosmo Campbell
Executive Creative Director: Paul Wallace
Creative Director: Craig Ferguson
Associate Creative Director: Allan Topol
Agency Producer: Lorrie Zwer

Production Company: Soft Citizen
Director: Aircastle (William Beauchamp & Jamie Cussen)
Director of Photography: John Houtman
Executive Producer: Rob Burns

Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production
Editor: Paul Proulx
Assistant Editor: Colin Murdock

Colour Facility: Alter Ego
Colourist: Eric Whipp

Finishing: Fort York VFX
Lead Flame Artist: Paul Binney

Audio House: The Eggplant

Dave De Carlo’s VFX and Editorial Is The Right Mix for Anomaly and Bud Light Radler

Dave De Carlo’s visual effects expertise is just as impressive as his editorial skills. When the creative for Bud Light Radler dictated the need for an on-set visual effects supervisor, Dave De Carlo provided the perfect combination of technical VFX and creative storytelling for Anomaly and client Bud Light.

Client: Bud Light Radler
Name of Commercial: Juice

Agency: Anomaly
Partner & ECD: Dave Douglass
Partner & ECD: Pete Breton
Creative Director: Neil Blewett
Creative Director: Gary Westgate
Senior Copywriter: Jeff Collins
Senior Art Director: Anton Ratinsky
Senior Producer: Sharon Kosokowsky

Production Company: Holiday Films
Partner/Executive Producer: Derek Sewell
Director/Cameraman: Ryan Gibb
Producer: Jeff Darragh

Post Production Facility: Rooster Post Production
Visual Effects Supervisor: Dave De Carlo
Editor: Dave De Carlo
Assistant Editor: Mikaela Bodin

Colour Facility: Alter Ego
Colourist: Wade Odlum

Finishing: Fort York VFX
Lead Flame Artist: Paul Binney
Flame Artist: Justin Lee, Ernest Mordak, James Marin
Flame Assistant: Luke White, Melissa Vasiliev

Audio: Imprint Music

For Pitch Perfect Collaboration, Working With Grip & KFC Is Music To Marc Langley’s Ears

KFC

       Parents understand how much time and sacrifice is poured into their kid’s after school activities. When their child finally reaches the spotlight, it makes it all worthwhile. Grip and KFC have tapped into this emotional moment in their latest spot edited by Marc Langley and directed by Sparks Productions’ Ben Liam Jones. Marc deftly creates a highly watchable, visual cut that shares the story of a Dad and his daughter as she learns how to play the piano. In “Theatre“, we see them both change throughout the years … ending with her first big concert, and the pride of a doting father. KFC’s Stephen Scarrow, Senior Marketing Manager, Advertising & Media, says “The KFC Canada team is exceptionally proud of the “Theatre” ad. Rooster did a great job editing the ad to maximize the emotional power of the story, weaving a story of a Father’s pride in his workmanship, and ultimately the pride of his daughter. This brand ad was produced to support KFC’s current “Colonel’s Way” campaign, an appreciation of Colonel Sanders’ values of hard work, pride and love for the work our cooks do in-store. Thank you Rooster for helping to create such a “Finger Lickin’ Good” ad!”

Client: KFC – Yum! Restaurants International (Canada) Co.
Title: Theatre

Agency: Grip Ltd
Partner, Creative: Randy Stein
Partner, Creative: Scott Dube
Associate Creative Director: Heather Hnatiuk
Senior Art Director: Craig Brandon
Copywriter: Heather Hnatiuk
Copywriter: Alex Bonder
Senior Producer: Katherina Villa
Managing Director: John Miller
Director, Business: Jessica Tran
Manager, Business: Terry Kuan

Production Company: Sparks Productions
Director: Ben Liam Jones
DP: James Blann
Executive Producer: Andy Crosbie
Producer: Jeff Pangman

Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production
Editor: Marc Langley
Assistant Editor: Hilary Smith

Colour Facility: Alter Ego
Colourist: Wade Odlum

Online Facility: Alter Ego
Online Artist: Darren Achim
Online Assistant: Alexa Salsberg

Audio House: Imprint Music

Michelle Czukar Joins the Team at Rooster Post Production

Michelle CzukarMichelle Czukar is one of the top television commercial editors in Canada. She began her career editing music videos and was quickly regarded as Canada’s premier music video editor. Her talent has seen her collaborate with renowned director Floria Sigismondi on a wide range of projects, from Marilyn Manson, Tricky, and The Cure, to the legendary David Bowie.

Michelle’s exceptional editorial talent in the music video world was soon recognized by Canadian advertising agencies. Today, she is regarded as one of the top ‘go-to’ editors in the Toronto market. Michelle has collaborated on many iconic Canadian brands ranging from HBC and Bell, to Sick Kids and Air Canada. She has enjoyed working relationships and many repeat commercial projects with directors such as Adhoc Content’s Chris Sargent, Skin and Bones director Mark Zibert, and Soft Citizen’s The Perlorian Brothers. Michelle has won many International awards including a Gold Lion for agency Zig and Unilever brand Vim for ‘Prison Visitor’. She also has the distinction of having more work featured on the Shots International reel than any other Canadian editor.

Michelle continues to produce award-winning work. Most recently, she was recognized at NYC’s One Show 2016 in the craft editing category for her editorial contribution on Sick Kids “Better Tomorrows” for JWT, directed by Mark Zibert.

Watch Michelle’s reel

 

Izzy Ehrlich Edits “No-Grey Rule” for Leo Burnett

No-Grey RuleEditor Izzy Ehrlich helps to deliver a powerful message in this campaign for Leo Burnett and the Ontario Women’s Directorate. The spot called “No-Grey Rule”, puts words to things that demean and degrade people, things such as sexual violence and harassment, with the idea that if it’s not okay to say, it’s not okay to do. The spot was directed by Revolver Film’s Bruce McDonald.

 

 

Name of Commercial: ‘The No-Grey Rule’
Client: Ontario Women’s Directorate
Agency: Leo Burnett
CEO & Chief Creative Officer: Judy John
Creative Group Head: Kelly Zettel
Art Director: Chris Brown
Copywriter: Jordan Gabriel
Agency Producer: Julie Caniglia

 

Production Company: Revolver Films
Director: Bruce McDonald
DOP: Johnny Cliff
Executive Producer: Luc Frappier

 

Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production
Editor: Izzy Ehrlich
Assistant Editor: Craig Jay

 

Colour/Transfer: The Vanity
Colourist: Andrew Exworth
Finishing: Fort York
Online Artist: Ernie Mordak
Online Assistant: Jason Pererira

 

Audio House: TA2

 

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