Anke Thommen is an award-winning executive producer with a vast knowledge of live action, event, and experiential content creation.
She is currently applying her skill set to innovative storytelling strategies in the digital, experiential and broadcast genre where she contributed to global rebrand campaigns for Sperry Topsider “Odyssey Awaits”, Just For Men, Mean Stinks “Anti-Bullying” and various social campaigns for Nissan Leaf, Ball Park, Allstate, Toyota, Chick-Fil-A, Miller Lite to name a few.
Outside the digital media space Anke produces brand campaigns and broadcast spots for brands such as Subaru, Coca Cola, Ford, Google, DKNY.
Her passion for music lead Anke to working on iconic music videos and concert events with Outkast, Jay-Z & Beyoncé, Missy Elliot, 50 Cent, Madonna, Ricky Martin, and System Of A Down.
Sandrine Orabona is a documentary director and producer with over two decades of experience in documentary film and branded content. She has directed long form projects for networks such as CNN Films (Lady Valor: The Kristin Beck Story), HBO Sports (State of Play: First Ladies), and YouTube Red (Tyler Shields: Provocateur). Sandrine has also worked on short form projects for clients such as Fox Sports, McDonald’s, Allstate Insurance and Miller Lite.
Sandrine’s work focuses on personal, character-based storytelling, with her subjects ranging from veterans of the special forces to music icons such as Michael Jackson and Rihanna. Her films have been shown at SXSW, the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, Hot Docs and Outfest.
The Roosterfish once was a cash-only dive bar catering to solely gay men in Venice, CA for 37 years. In 2012 GQ called Abbot Kinney Blvd., the street it was centered on, the “Coolest Block in America” and sped up the already percolating process of gentrification. With Google, YouTube and SnapChat moving in rents sky-rocketed and the bar had to close its doors. Now new owners are committed to reopening the bar, creating a space where all are welcome. Can a generation that survived Stonewall and the AIDS epidemic feel at home in the new space, embrace the change, and honor the effort made by new management?
Food Justice: A documentary exploring the causes of Food Inequality, who has taken on the mission to create food justice and how.
We are a development and production company led by women dedicated to creating high-quality branded and documentary content. We believe that media has the responsibility to inform, inspire and encourage change. Today’s audiences respond to content that is emotional at its core. That is our focus – intimate storytelling with an authentic message.