The Public Works Featured at Brand Film Festival

by | May 3, 2018

The Public Works, a Denver, Colorado-based production house, multimedia, design, fabrication and branding agency, announced that it will be honored for its work by the Brand Film Festival (BFF) in New York City on May 3, 2018 for its film, Anthem – Creed produced for Public Works client, Airstream.

The BFF showcases the year’s most artistic, creative and innovative branded content films, from You Tube videos to long-form documentaries. The event, recognized as where Hollywood meets Madison Avenue, honors a new generation of marketing/brand storytellers while rewarding the brands, agencies and craftspeople leading the way in their fields.

The selected work is a compilation of new footage, archival footage, and new material crafted to bring Airstream’s founder, Wally Byam, back to life. The story is narrated through the first-person perspective of Old Grandad, the personification of a vintage Airstream Clipper travel trailer from 1937.

Creed will be screened alongside other selected films from other major brands such as: National Geographic, Lyft, Nike, Amazon, Intel, Fox, Adobe, Nike, Facebook, AT&T, Harley, Timberland, Lexus, Charles Schwab, Prada, Delta, Apple, and more.

“We are honored to have our work showcased in this esteemed venue alongside so many talented production houses and brands we admire and respect,” commented Public Works Partner, Film Writer, and Director, Ian Fohrman. “It’s a privilege to tell the story of this iconic American brand that has captured the American spirit of innovation. They are a fundamental piece of the American travel story, and their rich history spans the better part of a century.”

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