Contact Information

9th Floor 74 Shortmarket Street
Cape Town Western Cape 8001
Sud Africa
Telefono: (+27) 213000423
Email:
Sito Web:

Kirsten Clarence

Kirsten Clarence

Executive producer

Telefono: (+27) 213000423


Basic Info

Fondata nel: 2015

impiegati: 8

Premi: 8

Creazioni: 20

Clienti: 13

Fondata nel: 2015

impiegati: 8

Premi: 8

Creazioni: 20

Clienti: 13

Carbon Films

9th Floor 74 Shortmarket Street
Cape Town Western Cape 8001
Sud Africa
Telefono: (+27) 213000423
Email:
Sito Web:
Kirsten Clarence

Kirsten Clarence

Executive producer

Telefono: (+27) 213000423

Latest news from Carbon Films

July 23, 2020

After working together for two years, Mzonke Maloney, Kirsten Clarence and Bruno Bossi have entered into a partnership that naturally transforms Carbon Films as the company enters its 6th year of operation. Mzonke has been a part of the Carbon family since 2018 and in that time he has helmed… Più informazioni


November 14, 2017

Carbon Films is thrilled to welcome this incredibly talented and wonderful human to the family. His prolific career spanning the last 20 years, has seen him hone his long love affair with creating striking imagery on a multitude of projects across many genres. Jason is a storyteller at heart… Più informazioni


May 24, 2017

Carbon Films’ Bruno Bossi teamed up with Ogilvy Cape Town to direct the launch campaign for the 2017 Volkswagen Amarok V6 3.0 truck. The Amarok’s impressive new 3.0 liter engine, new interior and exterior styling as well as under-the-hood technology meant there was a lot to show off in this … Più informazioni

May 22, 2017

Producing this series of product films and TV spots for the launch of the new Volkswagen Amarok V6 with Ogilvy Cape Town (http://www.ogilvy.co.za/ ) was an epic endeavour.High speed chases, off-road antics on cliff edges, trucks, motorbikes, stunt men, explosions, drones and fighting weather… Più informazioni


February 13, 2017

The approach to the making of this commercial was to create a story set over an indeterminate period of time, showing everyday moments in the life of an ordinary South African. As we follow him through these moments we notice how debt begins to creep in slowly in the form of printed numbers … Più informazioni