For The 96 Effect, ONE80 collaborated with Lookalike Productions to produce a 3 part docu-series on the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. The series focuses on the women's gold medal teams - truly an amazing year for women’s sports. All interviews needed to be conducted remotely, so ONE80 designed large-format collages for each interviewee that were printed and sent to each participant to sit in front of as they were interviewed. ONE80 also designed the open title sequence, logo, and photo formats.
We, once again, truly enjoyed working with Powderhouse Productions on this architectural documentary about the design and construction of The King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture, a cultural first for Saudi Arabia.
ONE80 teamed up with the NGO, Eyes On Refugees to create a series of short stories highlighting the plight of refugees and EOR's strategy for helping them. One refugee at a time.
On October 20, 2016 Eyes On Refugees Founder, Jennifer Silverstone and photographer, John Mottern went to the refugee camp in Calais to document its last days and to offer what help they could to the refugees - including hundreds of unaccompanied minors.
This simple title was part of a project that ONE80 did with Lookalike Productions.
The project was produced to raise funding for a documentary about an autistic man, and his positive impact on a community.
ONE80 provided production design, animation, and special effects for this Disney feature film remake.
With the stories of the 1961 World Team at its center, RISE (a feature film) illustrates how the unfulfilled dreams of the US Figure Skating Team who lost their lives in the plane crash of Flight 548 would be shared – and forever realized – by the generations of skaters that have followed.
The film was produced and directed by Lookalike Productions, who brought in ONE80 to craft this opening title sequence. No moonlit frozen lake in the mountains for your shoot? No problem!
Each day, people with intellectual disabilities are abandoned and abused. But there are ways to take action to prevent such crimes. Narrated by Academy Award-winning actress Julianne Moore. Another amazing Lookalike Productions project.