The other week a couple of our older MCTV talent were on a photo shoot for the Commonwealth Bank. These shoots are normally used for billboards or in store brochures.
While I was looking for some examples of previous campaigns I came across some beautiful photographic retouching that was done for a previous Commonwealth campaign. Click the link below to see some other stunning examples.
To promote Commonwealth Bank’s new online hub for building diverse investment portfolios we created a striking campaign that represents the changing face of finance. True to M&C Saatchi’s founding philosophy – “Brutal Simplicity” – these portraits help humanise a highly innovative and intuitive product.
Last week we had a bunch of extras working on a new commercial for IGA Australia. Shane Jacobson does a nice job of explaining why we should be supporting our local IGA in this recent commercial. Loads of MCTV extras were featured in this one too.
We want to empower Australian shoppers to proudly shop independent at no additional cost. Watch here as Shane Jacobson explains why it pays to shop independent in our new TV ad.
One of our MCTV Actors has been lucky enough to land a featured role on a new Fitness First commercial. Hopefully it will be enough to get me off my computer and into the Gym.
Fitness First is changing. For the best. Campaign from 2014
While MCTV talent have been all over Sydney last week shooting Hacksaw Ridge, Janet King, Rake and the new Peter Brock Telemovie some of our talent were doing photo shoots for stock photography. Stock photography libraries take photographs of people and things that will be used for websites, brochures and other marketing materials around the world. Some of the more well known libraries are iStockPhoto and ShutterStock .
Several times each year we receive requests for live studio audience members for brand new television series. It doesn’t take any particular skill, just availability. It can be great fun but usually you are prevented from telling people about the show before it goes to air. It really is that simple to get paid while watching TV. Just last week we sent a ton of people to be paid audience members for a new ABC production.
Dick Clark talks to Myrna Horowitz, one of the original dancers when the program began in 1950, on Bandstands 17th anniversary in 1970.
Back in August, loads of of MCTV extras and actors worked on a the new telemovie about Princess Mary. I’m sure they will all be keeping an eye on the screen to see themselves.
Don’t miss the untold story of the romance that captured the world’s imagination. Premieres 8.30 Sunday November 15 on TEN
Expect more and more feature films to be shot here in Australia. Australian connections to the heavyweights of Hollywood are bringing more and more movies downunder. That’s good news for people wanting work in Australian Film and TV.
It is a match made in Hollywood heaven. He is a US film mogul, and she is Australia’s most powerful woman.But this is no script for a Hollywood movie romance. Rather, it is a budding business relationship between LA uber-producer, RatPac Entertainment boss Brett Ratner, and our own Foreign Minister Julie Bishop.
Source: Hollywood magnate’s Aussie push
In case you missed it, Sydney is in the middle of a Television production boom. MCTV Talent have been involved in everything and anything that has been produced here. Combine that with all the blockbuster movies that are being filmed here and it’s a very exciting time to be involved in the industry.
SYDNEY is challenging Melbourne for Australia’s television capital tag, with a boom in local small screen productions adding extra sizzle to the city.
Earlier in the year loads of MCTV talent were lucky enough to score a spot on the third series of A Place to Call Home. We were inundated with request from fans who wanted a place on this beloved show. It seems there’s not long to wait before they finally get to see themselves on their television screens.
Foxtel Insider caught up with Brett Climo (George Bligh) on the set of A Place To Call Home, who offered his insights into this great series. Check out the exclusive Insider interview below.