This 6-part series, produced by David Clark, Inc.
explores earth’s mysterious underwater frontier
using cutting-edge science technology in a series
of underwater research expeditions. Viewers travel
deep into the ocean’s trenches to explore and
examine little known mysteries of the sea.
Series highlights include hydrothermal vents,
predatory jellyfish, primitive
bacteria ( earth’s earliest? ) and the quest to
bioprospect the ocean’s vast
life forms in search of compounds to help treat and
cure disease. Computer animation shows methane gas
in earth’s strata, how bacteria metabolize methane,
how coral polyps grow into reefs, and the vast
vertical sea life migration that happens every
evening after the sun sets .
Enduring Traditions: THE GRAMMY MUSEUM
Jannis Productions, working with GTOO Media, a
division of Gallagher and
Associates, directed and produced four exhibit
films for the Grammy Museum.
These particular films showcase America’s unique
musical traditions: folk and roots, popular music,
jazz, gospel. Four exhibit areas, dedicated to each
genre, are lined with unique artifacts and oversize
imagery. In each film, archival performance
footage, vintage musical clips, and interviews with
musical artists and historians invite visitors to
discover and learn more about each musical genre.
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
Jannis Productions, working with Cortina
Productions, designed and produced several exhibit
films for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of
Fame. This image, taken from the design comp, shows
the concept of mixing live-action, stills, and
archival Imagery to create a visually dynamic
portrait of the sport’s beginnings in 1898.