Get ready! We’re working on a new HBO documentary with Lena Dunham, about the artist who created Eloise at the Plaza.
Look out for the Peter Morton and Hard Rock Café’s LASA food truck on the streets of LA!
Check out our featured video on Vanityfair.com: The 70′s by Brett Ratner & photos by Jean Pigozzi.
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RatPac Entertainment: Theatrical Branding
Watch the 3D animated theatrical branding for RatPac Entertainment, the new production company formed by director/producer Brett Ratner and media mogul James Packer. This piece will be featured in front of all of RatPac’s original film content and Warner Brother’s upcoming film slate.
Made Music American Express Campaign
Check out our newest spot, directed by Howard Nourmand and starring Steve Olson, for the premier of MADE Music. Partners and co-founders of MADE, Mazdack Rassi, Jenné Lombardo, and Keith Baptista, partnered with American Express to bring their incubator method of developing talent from the world of fashion to music.
Vanity Fair 100 Years: The Decades Series
Guided by the candid photography of Jean Pigozzi, Grand Jeté collaborates with producer and director Brett Ratner, to take us through the disco inferno of the 1970s, providing an insider¹s look at the stars who hustled through the bell-bottomed decade, including Steve Martin, Andy Warhol, and Mick Jagger.
The Be You Project: Tasya Van Ree
Directed by Howard Nourmand, the first spot for Genetic Denim’s “Be You Project” features artist and photographer Tasya Van Ree. Originally drawn to Tasya’s talent, vulnerability, and raw beauty, the spot gives viewers an honest look into her life and personal experiences thus far.
2011 Emmy Nomination
Congratulations to creative director Howard Nourmand for his 2011 Emmy Nomination on HBO’s “I Knew It Was You Documentary”. The film’s director, Richard Shepard, gave us what we needed to capture John Cazale’s remarkable life in a way that would be captivating, informative, and true to the feeling of the cinema in which he thrived.
The Dog Problem
The titles for “The Dog Problem” explore the male psyche & the complex subject of love. Utilizing a number of graphic styles, including optical illusions, animated still photos & inkblots, this motion graphic piece stimulates the viewer with references to psychology & the human thought process.
Inspired by vintage pulp fiction novels, Grand Jeté designed and animated the titles and chapter transitions for Burning Palms. Working with illustrator Jay Steiner, we coupled live action footage with hand-painted stills in a three-dimensional environment to achieve a flow of seamless storytelling.