Films Advanced During the Pandemic
ScreenDaily featured our film, You and Me This Summer, on their list of projects significantly advanced during the pandemic.
Introducing Wavelength! We’re proud to announce that we officially rebranded to Wavelength with the launch of our commercial division, Wavelength Studios. We now house two divisions: Wavelength Films, the documentary and narrative film production arm of the company and Wavelength Studios, the successful commercial division.
Wavelength Studios aims to bring the storytelling bonafides of the films division to create elevated content for brands – both in concept and in production value. Studios offers a bespoke production experience while fostering a collaborative environment with agencies and clients alike. During the pandemic, the team pivoted to helping top brands shoot content remotely as well as helping them repurpose content to create new and innovative spots. Launching just last year, Studios has produced over 500 assets and worked with top brands in multiple industries including sports and fitness. Check out Studios’ most recent work with lululemon on their global Q1 run campaign showcasing the popular brand’s new innovative running apparel here.
In addition to the rebrand, we’re announcing the promotion of Taylor Wildenhaus to Production Manager of our Films division. Formerly an Associate Producer at the company, Taylor’s new role includes the oversight of production efforts of the Films division and shepherding projects from development through distribution. Through her role at Wavelength, Taylor acted as an Associate Producer on all in-house documentaries including Unschooled, Maybe Next Year, Let Me Be Me, and the upcoming narrative film You and Me This Summer.
We can’t wait to see where this new chapter takes us. For more information, read the Deadline exclusive.