Killer Films Expands Production In Los Angeles, California
According to company officials, in the past year, under new corporate parent Killer Content, the Company has expanded from film into television and digital media. It become a more aggressive bidder for content rights. In launching Media, Killer extends its storytelling reach to brand marketers who value the direct connection that powerful, original narrative can form between a brand and customer.
Killer Films Media partnered with Union Editorial, a leading post-production company, to provide post services for its clients. Together, the companies have already completed three campaigns: a fashion film for Öhlin/D, a web film for Brides.com, and television spot for UBS (forthcoming) – all developed, packaged and produced by Killer; all edited, animated and finished at Union Editorial NY.
Killer has appointed Rachel Fleit, former Co-Founder/Chief Creative Officer of Honor NYC, to run Killer Films Media. "Media is a natural next step for us. While Christine and Pam continue to focus on the big screen and our expanding episodic television business, Rachel, regarded as a leading creative director, joins the team in extending our storytelling reach to additional formats and platforms," said Adrienne Becker, CEO, Killer Content, Inc.
"After six years on the brand side, I am acutely aware of the need for engaging, disruptive content created beautifully but efficiently. I am thrilled to join forces with undoubtedly some of the most impactful storytellers of our time, in Killer Films," said Rachel Fleit, Creative Director, Killer Films Media.
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