THE LATEST & GREATEST FROM REP INTERACTIVE
American Heart Association – Life is Why / Blood Pressure
The first of four spots for the American Heart Association’s on-going Life is Why campaign encouraging viewers to live a healthier life. With new sponsors on board for 2019, expanding the campaign in communities across the Western United States, we’re excited for the next round and proud to be a Life is Why movement partner. REP Interactive: Creative, Production & Post Production
Why Coldwell Banker? – Lauren Muehlethaler
Women and men from across the country tell personal stories of why they call Coldwell Banker Real Estate home. The digital campaign is in its second year, and we just wrapped production on the series third installment. To see past stories, or to check out new ones coming soon, visit REP’s Commercial page. REP Interactive: Creative, Production & Post Production
National Institutes of Health – Nehal Mehta
For the fourth year in a row the National Institutes of Health and their agency, ICF, have come to us to create short-subject documentaries highlighting the ground-breaking work of NHLBI physicians and researchers. Check out this award-winning video for Nehal Mehta, one of four docs honoring the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institutes 2018 Orloff Award winners. REP Interactive: Creative, Production & Post Production
Century 21 – Relentless Agent Award
Another great collaboration with our friends at MullenLowe, this time for Century 21’s Relentless Agent Award featuring world-renowned origami artist Beth Johnson. MullenLowe, Boston: Creative. REP Interactive: Production & Post Production.
Coldwell Banker – The Takedown
The “ask” was to fill a screen 140 ft. wide x 20 ft. tall with something “awesome” that would make an arena full of people “laugh out loud.” Easy. So we made this animated short film to kick off Coldwell Banker’s 2019 GEN BLUE Global Conference. It goes without saying but we’ll say it anyway, “We had a blast on this one!” Special Note: No actors were cast in the production of this film. Only the “real deal,” folks. The executives & C suiters crushed it!