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Brickyard Filmworks Launches in L.A. and Boston

New integrated studio curates end-to-end content creation teams to meet client needs.

Andrew Bell heads up Brickyard Filmworks' Boston team and Steve Michaels is in charge of the company's Los Angeles operation.

SANTA MONICA, CALIF., AND BOSTON -- New integrated content creation studio Brickyard Filmworks has launched in Los Angeles and Boston.

Brickyard Filmworks is comprised of directors, creative directors, designers, animators and technologists, offering clients a streamlined approach to content creation that strips away nonessential layers and curates the right team for projects of any scope, on any platform.

“Over the years we’ve seen the industry evolve so we created a resource for clients and projects that demand a more flexible and efficient approach,” said Steve Michaels, managing director and partner, Brickyard Filmworks. “Brickyard Filmworks is a natural progression as our client landscape continued to shift. We’ve taken the time to build an incredible roster of diverse talents than can handle everything from creative concepting to directing to shooting to VFX/animation to VR/AR.”

“Coming from an agency background, I know firsthand how many different companies need to be hired to finish one commercial or online video. It's a much more efficient process when you can go from start to finish with one trusted team. This cultivates a collaborative experience and more importantly a better end product for our clients,” said David Register of directorial duo TruthBullet.

Brickyard Filmworks is led by Michaels in Los Angeles and managing director Andrew Bell in Boston.

Its roster includes: Alice Gu, Anton Thallner, Benji Davidson, Billy Rainey, DarkMatter, David Blumenfeld, Laura Lanktree, Nick Sawyer, Sean McLean, TruthBullet and White Rabbit.

Source: Brickyard Filmworks

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Tom McLean has been writing for years about animation from a secret base in Los Angeles.