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Vaughan & Anthea “Bring Merry Back” for House of Fraser

We’re thrilled to announce that, just in time for Christmas, the trailblazing directing duo of Vaughan Arnell and Anthea Benton are back. In the early 90s, the pair delivered seminal work for Levi’s, Wrangler, and Stella Artois, as well as creating iconic music videos for artists such as George Michael and Jamiroquai. In the mid-90s […]

Nancy Hacohen named EP at Moxie Pictures

Nancy Hacohen, an award-winning commercial producer, has joined Moxie Pictures as its new executive producer based in Los Angeles. 

Martin Granger brings a new spin to Progressive with more of “Parentamorphosis”

The campaign from Arnold Worldwide initially launched last November with two spots centered around people turning into their parents once they purchase their first home.

MJ Delaney joins the fight for freedom for girls with The Global Goals

The Global Goals and Project Everyone launched a short film celebrating girls around the world and their fight for freedom

James Griffiths’ ‘The Mayor’ premieres on ABC

The Mayor, executive produced by Jeremy Bronson, Daveed Digs, Jamie Tarses, Scott Stuber, Dylan Clark, and Moxie’s James Griffiths, premieres tomorrow.

‘Dina’ and ‘The B-Side’ named to DOC NYC’s Oscar Short List

Dan & Antonio and Errol Morris are recognized as Oscar contenders for their documentaries.

Michael Cera and Sharon Van Etten release new song “Best I Can” from ‘Dina’

The score for Dan Sickles and Antonio Santini’s documentary Dina came from an unlikely source: Michael Cera.

BFI London Film Festival welcomes Bugsy’s Fighter

We’re delighted to announce that Bugsy’s latest short-film has been selected as part of the official lineup at this year’s BFI London Film Festival.

Wormwood receives rave reviews

The early word from the critics is that Wormwood is “a massive feast for historical realists and political paranoids.”

Tomas Leach’s The Lure celebrates its London premiere

The Moxie-produced feature documentary follows a treasure hunt unlike anything you’ve ever seen.