Director Mischa Rozema and his VFX team at Post Panic in Amsterdam conjure an “electrically charged beast” to reflect the hybrid power and offroad talents of the new DS7 Crossback in this dramatic spot thru Publicis La Maison. [Read more]
Nexus director (and PostPanic founder/CD) Mischa Rozema makes it rain for Sony Interactive’s PlayStation Now cloud gaming subscription service in this action blockbuster spot thru adam&eveDDB in London. [Read more]
Directed by PostPanic CD/founder Mischa Rozema, A Report of Connected Events explores “iconic moments in film and television history, blurring the lines between our reality and some of our favorite stories.” [Read more]
Here’s your chance to hit up FITC’s 2-Day FORM design event at the Chicago History Museum on Nov 2-3 for Free. Stash is giving away a pair of tix to the person who spins us the best of tale of why they absolutely positively must be there.
Just email your story of wonton creative longing to firstname.lastname@example.org and get ready to explore the art and act of creation with Stefan Sagmeister, GMUNK, Rama Allen, Erin Sarofsky, Mischa Rozema and 20 more brilliant presenters.
Or, you can save $100 on your admission by entering code “stashmedia” at check out to when you buy your ticket.
Take a look at the immense and painstaking effort behind the TNT “The People Network” by director Mischa Rozema and his production/post crew at PostPanic in Amsterdam thru agency Etcetera.
Mischa Rozema: “There was just no way to turn a script like that down, even though it had ‘IMPOSSIBLE’ written all over it. The complexity, the size, the craziness. Maybe that’s what really pulled me in to this. I just loved stepping into the unknown and finding out how we could make this work.”
“We decided to really push what could be achieved in camera by actually creating a full size human truck on the set. It worked by having a huge, truck-sized, metal rig that could be pulled by an actual truck. We then filled it with an incredible Czech stunt team (famous for big Hollywood blockbusters) that had been rehearsing for weeks and gave the whole project a realistic approach.”