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CHATHAM, NJ - December 5, 2013 – Tribe Pictures is pleased to announce that its production of "Twice As" for Actavis, a global specialty pharmaceutical company, has won a total of five awards.
This year, the film earned a Golden Eagle from the Spring 2013 CINE Awards, and an Award of Distinction from the 2013 Communicator Awards.
THE MOVIE IS BETTER THAN THE BOOK
Stanley Black & Decker’s story could write itself. The company’s remarkable performance in the marketplace demonstrates continued success, matching their commitment to achievement (such as holding the record for the longest consecutive annual & quarterly dividend payments among industrial companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange—an impressive feat).
But even when a book is a great read, it’s never quite the same as the movie.
CHATHAM, NJ - September 24, 2013 – Tribe Pictures is pleased to announce that its Executives Leadership profiles for Coty have won multiple awards this past year. Coty Inc., a global beauty products manufacturer known for its cooperation with designers and celebrities for the creation of fragrances, engaged Tribe to produce a company leadership series for its new website.
CHATHAM, NJ - June 26, 2013 - Tribe Pictures’ production “Hamilton: The First 200 Years” has won a total of four awards including: Platinum Best of Show at the 2012 Aurora Awards Competition for Fund Raising; a Gold Camera from the U.S. International Film & Video Festival for Public Relations; Silver at the Questar Awards in its Non-Profit Organization/Education category; and the Award of Excellence from the Accolade Competition in its College/ University/ Government category.
Since the beginning of art itself, which is to say since the beginning of humanity, artists have been copying, stealing, and imitating one another. And while director Vern Oakley’s film A Modern Affair is a little more complex than primitive drawings on cave walls, it has certainly had its fair share of writers and filmmakers that may have drawn inspiration from its core thematic elements.
Tribe participated in a video commemorating Amnesty International’s 50th Anniversary. The film, called “One More Voice,” speaks to the power of a collective voice against injustice of all types. For the campaign, Amnesty called for production companies from across the globe to donate their efforts to this cause.
Not surprisingly, the cast of your admissions or campaign fundraising video is the single most important element in the communication. Why? The connection a donor or prospective student feels towards your school is an emotional one.
Hammers, hinges, and hacksaws may not be the most poetic objects in the world. Neither are the facts and figures of a multi-national company’s annual report the most exciting. So what do you get when you combine the two? Tribe Pictures finds a symphony.
Meditations from the Mediterranean
Late last summer, I took a phone call from Europe while at a Tribe goodbye lunch for our college intern before she returned to school. “Your film entry will receive an award this fall; we hope you’ll come to Cannes to accept in person.