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After landing in Mexico City, there were some last minute adjustments to be made to my presentation coming off of a busy week in New York for the News and Documentary Emmys. I was up a bit late the night before putting the finishing touches on everything!
When we got to the hall the day of my talk, it was absolutely gorgeous. It was designed and painted by David Alfaro Siqueiros. A fresco muralist and... Continue Reading →
Welcome Richelle, IF’s new Chief Development Officer! We love having her on the team. Now you can get to know her too in the Q&A below.
How did you get your start? Tell us about yourself.
I landed my first job was when I was 14 years old at Yippie I-O Candy Company in Jackson, Wyoming. I LOVED it! It was a candy store!! I loved working and I loved having a little spending cash, so all... Continue Reading →
Peter Frankfurt, Chip Houghton, Franceksa Bucci, Lisa Whiteman, Michelle Dougherty, Joel Reynolds, Daniel Hinerfeld, Michael Jasny, Mark Monroe
We are so excited to announce that Sonic Sea took home the emmy for Outstanding Nature Documentary! We are proud that the conversation around sonic noise and the damage it is doing under water is continuing. Sonic Sea is now available to stream on Vimeo on Demand... Continue Reading →
Sonic Sea is a documentary that teaches audiences about the effects of noise pollution on marine life.
The film has 3 nominations in this year’s News and Documentary Emmys: Outstanding Nature Documentary, Outstanding Graphic Design & Art Direction, and Outstanding Music & Sound.
We could not be more excited!
More importantly, Sonic Sea is already making an impact.
Since the film’s release,... Continue Reading →
We are proud to announce that the Stranger Things Main Title brought home the Emmy for Outstanding Title Design! Congratulations and a big thank you to everyone who was a part of making this happen. This past week has been an exciting one here at IF and we’re taking you behind the scenes.
Pulled from real posts. Inspired by real stories.
Imaginary Forces has created a short-form episodic series: Threads. Alongside partners New Form Digital the series will be premiering exclusively on the Verizon Go90 platform. Utilizing an innovative storytelling model, the show spans a breadth of genres, from thriller to comedy, reimagining anecdotal accounts from user generated content.
Each of the... Continue Reading →
It’s an Emoji Take-over!
In celebration of our latest partnership with Sony Marketing on their new Emoji Movie, we created a set of Imaginary Forces Emojis! Things we use in our day to day lives as creatives, items we see in our LA and NY studios, and some related to the various projects we have worked on in the past.
We will be posting them intermittently until the premiere of the Emoji Movie on July 28th! In the... Continue Reading →
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