Armed with an HD camera crew and comedian Iag Bagg, Peck Media shot man-on-the-street interviews for wireless communications giant Sprint to promote their 4G service--the first and only 4G service from a national carrier in the United States. Our involvement extended from developing the initial concept, to casting the talent, and producing the shoot through post-production. With the colorful characters of Hollywood Boulevard providing a rich backdrop, our mission was to interview passersby to get out Sprint's message--and deliver the message with humor from real people.
We edited SprintWalking in three parts and each has been posted on YouTube and Sprint.com.
Don't walk, SprintWalk to check them out.
Peck Media Produces Viral Video
Written by Gayle Peck
Peck Media Produces Viral Video for Non-Profit Save Film at LACMA
With a shoestring budget and the passion fueled by a good cause, Peck Media created an advocacy video for the non-profit group Save Film at LACMA. Formed in the aftermath of the proposed suspension of the film program at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Save Film at LACMA garnered much support throughout the film community in Los Angeles and beyond.
The video helped get the grassroots group's message out and even received good reviews in its own right. Using the "Subterranean Homesick Blues" sequence from the Bob Dylan documentary "Don't Look Back" as inspiration, we shot in a raw style and peppered the short video with movie references that cinephiles would appreciate. One well-known cinephile, Martin Scorsese sent in an open letter to LACMA to reconsider its "unfortunate decision." On January 20, 2010 Scorsese had a scheduled sit down with LACMA Director Michael Govan to discuss the fate of the film program.