Firestone productions latest sizzle/trailer reel for eOne is an explosion of content and star power. Utilizing clips from Entertainment One’s upcoming and current releases, we synthesized clips from all major studios including Paramount, Warner Brothers, Amblin, Summit Entertainment, The Mark Gordon Company, Open Road Films, STX Entertainment, Lionsgate, Focus Features, Studio Canal, and Disney. Original TV titles are produced by CBS, ABC, AMC Discovery Channel and other OTT and pure play providers like YouTube Red, Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime and Showtime.
If ever there was a story that would make you want to learn CPR, it’s this story of Dimitri Meram, an eight year old boy who saved his own mother’s life. It was the result of the American Heart Association’s initiative to teach CPR in schools. Firestone Productions was tasked by the AHA to document this incredible story as part of our ongoing relationship with this organization, right on the heels of our recent behind the scenes work on this playful, but important PSA starring Wendi McLendon-Covey. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SS-j3WOK8YA
Prop 8 Victory!
Firestone Productions was on the front line in this exciting battle in the fight for American civil rights. With crews on the steps of the Supreme Court and LA and SF's city hall, we covered the entire breaking news story for AFER, the American Federation for Equal Rights.
Teaser for the AT&T branded entertainment webseries 'The Pact.' These comedy webisodes were produced by Firestone Productions and feature hidden camera gags done by comedians filming on the HTC One smartphone.
IMAX Music Trailer
Firestone shot the making of/behind the scenes of 'All Access,' a 70mm concert film experience starring Dave Matthews, Al Green, Carlos Santana, Macy Gray, Sting, Kid Rock, Sheryl Crow and B.B. King.
Firestone Productions is usually tasked with telling uplifting, survivor stories that were made possible by the hard work of The American Heart Association. But sometimes it’s important to tell sad stories too—especially if it will encourage people to donate money to find new cures to help heart disease and stroke victims. This story is about Kaimen, who might have been celebrated this year at the heart ball at which this video was played. But instead of a celebration video, his video turned out to be a commemorative video as the vibrant second grader, who had been through multiple open-heart surgeries, succumbed last late year to heart disease.