|Commemorative and historical documentaries for non-profit organizations and corporations. Innovative and imaginative, our programs take a fresh look at the past with an eye to the future.|
Christine Jones has written, directed, and produced, for over
eighteen years, for clients such as: 3M, The Mayo Clinic, Dayton
Hudson Corporation, Best Buy, Honeywell, IDS Financial Services,
American Express Financial Planners, Norwest Bank, and The Toro
Company. Ms. Jones specializes in programs with unusual concepts
and a light touch but has worked on a wide range of programs.
Just within the past year those projects include: physician
education on screening for domestic violence; speech writing for
senior management in the fashion industry; a new product
introduction for a Filipino consumer audience; a program
unveiling of a series of fine art lithographs for a worldwide
financial investment firm; patient education for people with
diabetes; and an awareness program to prevent homelessness, to
name a few. Also recently Jones was the producer/director for
Best Buy's Multimedia Information Kiosks - for which she directed
93 humorous "mini-infomercials" with 51 actors.
Jones' work has won her numerous awards including three CINE Golden Eagles; Gold and Silver Awards from the International Film and Television Festival of New York; two Golden and three Silver Reels in ITVA's International Video Festival; a Gold HUGO from Chicago Film Festival; numerous Tellys and regional awards of distinction. She has conducted workshops for five consecutive years at ITVA's International Conference and guest lectured at Metro State University in Minneapolis and Bethel College in St. Paul, Minnesota. Chris Jones was honored with the 1994 ITVA Twin Cities Chapter President's Award, was the chapter's President from 1991-92 and ITVA's National President from 1997-1998. She is currently on the ITVA's National Board of Directors
For the past eighteen years, Robert Goodman has written and
directed film and video programs for broadcast, business, and
education for clients such as: AT&T, Ford New Holland,
Harcourt- Brace-Janovich, Johnson & Johnson, Princeton
University, Schering-Plough, and the U.S. Postal Service. His
speciality is writing and directing award-winning documentaries,
results-oriented marketing programs and infomercials that sell.
Goodman's 25 years in communications includes prior experience as
a photojournalist, advertising copywriter, and as manager of a
"America's Dream Highway", "The Philadelphia Flower Show" and "The Road Taken" are representative of the documentary programs he's written and produced for local, regional and national distribution.
Goodman helped write the hottest infomercial in the world -- AB Roller Plus, a 1996 NIMA Award winning show. Ab Roller set new records in the industry for direct response sales. He has also written: De Chine by Veronique; Hulk Hogan's Health Club in a Bag; E-Force, Fitness for Forever; Jet-Hot; MotorUp; Pro-Jet; Body Beam; and Triple Edge Wipers.
The marketing film he created for a French manufacturer has
increased the company's market share in more than 30 countries
around the world and successfully shifted sales to the company's
higher margin products. It's so effective, over 8,000 copies of
the videotape have been distributed in the past three years.
Mr. Goodman's awards and honors include an Emmy nomination for directing, a 1998 Silver Reel for Writing and a 1994 Silver Reel in the International Video Festival, Telly Awards, Platinum Drummer Award, and the Award for Excellence in Marketing from the Hospital Association of Pennsylvania. He has been a finalist in the Eugene O'Neill National Playwriting Competition and recipient of grants from the Pennsylvania and Illinois Humanities Councils. Goodman conducted workshops and seminars at ITVA's International Conference, for Temple University, Sony Corporation, and the Guild of Professional Photographers. He taught writing and video production at the Antonelli Institute of Art and graphic communications at the Graphic Arts Association. Robert Goodman was honored as the Philadelphia Chapter ITVA's Member of the Year in 1987 and served as that chapter's President from 1988 to 1990.