Ager Meillier Films & Starbucks

Ager Meillier films were proud to be part of the team that produced the video content for Starbucks landmark anti racial bias training on May 29. See a preview here:

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https://news.starbucks.com/news/starbucks-curriculum-preview-for-may-29

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Announcing 3100: RUN & BECOME

3100: Run and Become is our latest feature film – launching theatrically around the country this summer. See the trailer below and stay tuned for more news!

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SCREEN STORIES – Letters to Andy Warhol

Very cool to be a part of this – Directed by Chiara Clemente.

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The Art of the Second Avenue Subway

Ager Meillier Films are proud to be a part of this project produced by Arcade Productions and edited by Alex. Read more about it in the Smithsonian Magazine.

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MTA: See Something Say Something

Alex was proud to edit this piece for the New York City MTA’s relaunch of the See Something Say Something public awareness campaign. We love NYC!

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Standard Sounds: Seinabo Sey

Check out this cool video for the Standard directed by Chiara Clemente and edited by Tanya and Alex, photographed by Antony Crook

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Ager Meillier Films & The Noguchi Museum

Ager Meillier Films are proud to produce two short films for the Isamu Noguchi Museum 3oth anniversary gala honoring designer Jasper Morrison and architect Yoshio Taniguchi.

Directed by Alex Meillier

Produced by Anne Dennin and Tanya Ager Meillier

Edited by Tanya Ager Meillier & Alex Meillier

Director of Photography Ian McAlpin

Featuring (in order of appearance):

JASPER MORRISON –

Glenn Adamson – Director of the Museum of Art & Design

Pilar Viladas – Design Editor, The New York Times Style Magazine

Cristina Grajales – Cristina Grajales Gallery

YOSHIO TANIGUCHI –

Paul Goldberger – Architectural Critic

Glenn Lowry – Director of the Museum of Modern Art

Barry Bergdoll – Professor of Art History, Columbia University

 

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