We are one of the world’s top producers of comedic “Advertainment” videos for the web and TV. We’ve won over 30 awards for our work and been lauded on the front pages of Forbes Magazine, the LA Times, and in the Wall St. Journal, NY Times, CNN, USA Today, etc.
We’ve made videos and video series for numerous brands. Check out our campaigns / endorsements from Petco, Walmart, Best Buy, etc. We’ve most recently produced the web video series for Intel’s new Pocket Avatars app. Here’s a series we created for Kingston Technologies to promote their new wireless data drive, averaging 200,000 views per episode. Before that we created a video for eVite to promote their new Paper eVites; it appeared on their Facebook pagewith 100,00+ Likes. Also we produced Radio Shack’s commercials for the Christmas 2012 release of their new over-the-top TV box. In fact our own Roku channel review was “The shorts are eclectic and ironic. Its as though Vine and Netflix merged into one service.”
We also make animated videos. Here’s what we did to promote the video game CakeMania, where we created a back-story for the game’s main character. Plus, here’s what we did for the Planet Green TV channel to promote their channel – and green living – to kids and adults, or this pilot for the children’s indoor playground franchise Jump and Jacks!
The un-branded series we wrote and/or produced include the winner of Mobile Content World’s Grand Prize, where we were awarded a Chevrolet by Kevin Spacey for Turbo Dates, (starring NBC’s Whitney Cummings,) or the multi-award-winning series Mr. Wrong. And we have the most-watched series on the YouTube-funded, family-friendly channel AlrightTV. Here’s a 1-minute promo.
Fun Little Movies is led by Frank Chindamo, creator and Adjunct Professor of the web video production and monetization classes at USC, UCLA, Chapman U. and Emerson College. He co-wrote the book on Internet Stardom and serves on the Board of Directors of the International Academy of Web Television.
Critics like FLM’s new Roku channel -
This channel backs up its billing as a library of content. Its selections are anywhere between 1-2 minutes long. The shorts are eclectic and ironic. Its as though Vine and Netflix merged into one service.
- TheStreaming Advisor