16 Jul Your Blind Spot

Mathew Kroese recently completed the edit (and Sue Lakso, the color) on the short crime film, YOUR BLIND SPOT, the first collaboration for Milwaukee acclaimed crime novelist Frank Wheeler Jr., (The Wowzer, The Good Life) and Twin Cities director Paul von Stoetzel (SNUFF, Scrap). The…

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16 Jul Advertising v. Farming

Many of you already know our own Heidi Habben, owner and president of CRASH+SUES, is one hard-workin’ woman. In addition to running C+S, she raises pigs. No, not the cute, micro pigs that are the latest rage in itty-bitty pets (although Heidi’s pigs are cute.)…

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15 Jul Filming in the Bakken

Our production team recently returned to Watford City, North Dakota where we filmed an additional 10 stories for the voicesofwatford.com, a website C+S designed to more accurately portray what life is like for the people in this small town at the epicenter of the Bakken…

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15 Jul Wunderman “History Made”

Wunderman has a good thing going. With offices in 60 countries around the world, this advertising and marketing powerhouse headquartered out of New York asked CRASH + SUES to help them showcase all of their talents in one, 90 second video.  We complied, using our…

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07 Jul The Quest for the First Job

When you’re a fresh graduate just entering the workforce, acquiring that first job can be daunting, and often appears insurmountable. Most places want you to have experience before you even start, hence the bottleneck most entry-level artists face when trying to break into the industry….

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30 Jun To The Archives!

Your project is complete! Scripts, storyboards, edits, audio mix, color, and finish – it’s all done. The very last step in the project is one of the most crucial – – ensuring that it will survive through the ages. And that single external hard drive…

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23 Jun The Doctor is “IN!”

Are you having a stressful day at work?  Who doesn’t from time to time? But it’s not always convenient to step out for a sanity break.  How about just stepping into another room?  And would a furry little creature lift your spirits?   More and…

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