Video production Tag

18 Nov Way to Grow

CRASH+SUES recently collaborated with LITTLE to create a fundraising video for the local non-profit Way to Grow. Dedicated to closing the achievement gap through early childhood education, the 27 year old organization works with families and communities to ensure children are born healthy, stay healthy,…

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Post-Production Minneapolis

14 Sep CarryTV – Rockin’ Workplace Strategies

While her company may be new to the scene – Carry Metkowski is not. Carry has been actively working on corporate learning strategies with film-based programming for brands you know and trust, such as the FISH! Philosophy and Marshall Goldsmith.  Recently, CRASH+SUES helped Carry launch…

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Video Services Minneapolis

16 Aug Please, RELEASE Me!

A signed video release is like car insurance… you don’t need it until you need it! Therefore, it’s good practice to make a habit out of collecting releases from anyone identifiable on camera to prevent potential (albeit unlikely) lawsuits, later. Also, if there’s any chance…

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16 Jun Provincetown International Film Festival 2016 Trailer

CRASH+SUES is excited to share the 2016 Provincetown International Film Festival trailer. A collaborative effort by the entire C+S animation team, the trailer is a love letter to the plethora of visual artists who, attracted to the beautiful light and colorful surroundings, contributed to Provincetown’s reputation as “America’s Oldest Art…

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29 Apr Nebraska Methodist Health System ~ “Anthem”

CRASH+SUES teamed up once again with Nebraska-based production company Torchwerks to do color correction on a series of broadcast spots for Nebraska Methodist Health System. With a long-history of providing color for Methodist, C+S colorist emerita, Sue Lakso, flew into town to complete the project. Faced…

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29 Apr NCCM ~ We’re On A Roll!

NCCM approached CRASH+SUES for 3D assistance in showing off their premier industrial rolls at a recent trade show. The primary objective was to reinforce unique product attributes that make their premier yellow roll stand above the competition. The secondary objective was to establish stronger name-brand…

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