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Visual Storyteller Joins Company’s Growing List of U.S. Directors LOS ANGELES, CA – November 16, 2010 –

B-Reel Films

continues to build momentum as it announced today the signing of another U.S.-based director, Emil Moller, to the company’s global film production roster. Emil is best known as the creative force behind an ad campaign for Streetball brand AND1. The AND1 campaign garnered him first prize at the Young Directors Awards in Cannes as ‘Best European Test Commercial’ and he was included in the Shots Magazine New Directors showcase. Pelle Nillson, a partner at



B-Reel Films

commented, “We have been following Emil’s career for the past few years and it was only natural that we would seek him out after establishing our U.S. film presence in New York and Los Angeles. His talent and passion for the work, make him the perfect fit for our hybrid production model.� For years Emil worked as a protégé of renowned director Fredrik Bond. He is currently a director with Sonny London, and most recently stateside he was with Prettybird, a production company in Los Angeles. Emil’s professional portfolio includes lensing campaigns for major industry names such as Levi’s, Boss, Transport for London and Ballantines. Today Emil has been recognized by numerous international design awards and honors including Boards Magazine ‘One to Watch,’ Creativity Magazine’s ‘Directors To Watch,’ Best New Director at Creative Circle and the 2nd Place prize at the First Boards Awards. ABOUT


With offices in New York City, Los Angeles and Stockholm, B-Reel Films is an international film production company specializing in the production of commercials, feature films and music videos. In collaboration with its sister company, digital production company B-Reel, B-Reel Films offers agencies an innovative ‘hybrid’ production model that provides higher quality production values in both live action and digital advertising campaigns across a variety of platforms. B-Reel Films’ directorial roster includes Tomas Alfredson, Patrik Bergh (Sweden), The Colony, Anders Hallberg, Brian L. Hughes (Sweden), Johan Kling, Tom Malmros, Mikael Marcimain, Johan Perjus, Kristian Petri, Jens Sjögren, StyleWar (Sweden) Filip Tellander, Igor Zimmerman and Emil Moller. More information may be found at




Founded in 1999 with full service offices in New York, Los Angeles, London and Stockholm, B-Reel was recognized as the most awarded interactive production company of 2009 by Creativity Magazine. B-Reel specializes in the field of advanced digital productions on multiple platforms including web, mobile, out-of-home and other media. More information may be found at





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