(Los Angeles, California--September 24, 2013) Los Angeles-based Boxer Films has signed director Eduardo Vieitez for his first-ever U.S. commercial representation. For the past six years, Vieitez has been at a leading Spanish production company, Lee Films International, where he has helmed campaigns for such top global brands as BMW, Nike, Coke, Orange, Heineken, MTV, McDonalds and Greenpeace. He has also art directed and developed projects under his own postproduction and motion graphics company, Frame Storm, for clients including MTV, BMW, Nike, Coke and El Corte Inglés.
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Notes Boxer Executive Producer Beth George, “We are so pleased to have Eduardo join Boxer. He adds a strong aesthetic and enormous experience in visual effects to his storytelling and we are confident his work will translate very well in this market.” Adds Vietez, “I’m really looking forward to working with Boxer Films. I really love their working philosophy and I like that I can be involved in all stages of production in-house, including post.”
After studying at the Universidad Europea Madrid, Vieitez began his career at Euro/RSCG agency Solero & Solero, working as an assistant to the Creative team. Following a desire for a creative role behind the camera, he began shooting music videos and signed on with production company, Continental. After shooting several commercial projects, he moved on to Lee Films International, where he has shot campaigns with top Spanish agencies including Bassat Ogilvy, McCann Erickson, Leo Burnett, TBWA, Grey, Young & Rubicam, DraftFCB and Publicis. When not directing, he spends his free time painting and work has been featured in numerous exhibitions in Madrid.
L.A.-based Boxer Films
'>Boxer Films is an innovative, risk-taking collective of award-winning visual storytellers. Concepts come into Boxer on paper, over the phone, on cocktail napkins. They go out razor-sharp, game-changing entertainment for a multitude of platforms.
Since 1999, founder/EP John Clark, EP Beth George and EP John Barrerio have fostered a results-driven, family-like creative culture that makes Boxer the ideal creative partner in any quest for exceptional media.
On the awards front, Boxer director Rodrigo Garcia has won Cannes Lions every year for six years running, including three 2013 Bronze Lions for his Todos Los Dias Es El Dia, AMIS and WRAAC.
Up-and-comer Jonathan Hyde was named one of SHOOT’s Best New Directors and a finalist for the 2012 YDA Award for his short, "Chronos
." Boxer director Jim Zoolalian’s 14-minute short "Miracle
" took home a Coup de Coeur at the 64th Cannes International Film Festival.