Back in November, Studio B worked on a web and broadcast spot for Grammarly. Some of our team was already familiar with the plugin, so we were excited to be working with a company that we loved. For those who don’t know about Grammarly, it’s a free plugin that corrects grammar, spelling, and vocabulary, wherever you want to write! It’s pretty awesome. We showed how Grammarly can help in everyday life, through our protagonist, Lily. It’s her first day of work and Grammarly helps her “write at the speed of life” as she navigates customer emails, tweets, and Facebook messages….
Studio B Films got the amazing opportunity to work with Glad, Current Marketing, and Ayesha Curry, to create a few fun and mouth-watering videos! While we can’t reveal all of Ayesha’s recipes just yet, we can give a behind the scenes look! …READ MORE
When your work is as simple as swiping on your phone, what’s not to love? That’s what the mobile app, Entelo Stack, allows you to do. Entelo Stack Mobile was created for recruiters to have “the perfect app to find the perfect applicant.” Entelo asked Studio B Films to produce a video for them and we jumped at the opportunity. Our director, Jason Armitage, wanted to make Entelo’s video stand out among any other mobile app video. His vision was to have a quirky HR girl with an equally zany morning routine. With the help of some toy dinosaurs, colorful decor, and a…READ MORE
TechCrunch Disrupt 2016 made a big splash in the San Francisco Bay Area tech scene this September, with Studio B Film’s video being featured center stage. Not your typical trade show, the event boasts being “the world’s leading authority in debuting revolutionary startups, introducing game-changing technologies and discussing what’s top of mind for the tech industry’s key innovators.” Speakers at the event included Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, venture capitalist Marc Andreessen, and Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry. Making a lasting impression among such prominent figures and exciting new technology can be a daunting challenge, which is why iTutorGroup turned to…READ MORE
17 Oct How to Get 70,000 Video Views in a Week: Informatica & Studio B Films Produce Video Social Media Buzz at DreamForceProduction, Comedy | Lauren
Informatica, a leader in data management and optimization, wanted to get on Marc Benioff’s radar with a message about Salesforce’s new AI platform Einstein and the power of great data. The challenge, how to cut through the din being pushed through social channels at the start of DreamForce. With 5 days to deliver and a loose concept, Studio B Films produced this video spoof on the hit web comedy series, “Bad Lip Reading.” Sure, we took some liberties but, hey, the results were worth it…over 70,000 views during the week of the event! Watch the video here!READ MORE